5 reviews about Sister Bella

02 Aug 2017

This cozy little bar is absolutely perfect for a night out with close friends. The atmosphere of fun and games mixed with a touch of alcohol gives it almost a childish feeling, but really the games just add to the experience

31 Jul 2012

So incredibly loud. The place is small, it gets packed and everyone is chatting loudly because they can't hear each other over everyone else's conversations. As a venue I did not like it. It feels like they meant it to be one of those hidden gems in the city, but not very hidden when everyone knows about it.

Drinks are drinks, so not much to comment on there, except that they were pricey enough. You want to aim for when they have specials. Apparently they're doing $2.50 pints of Carlton Draught and Bulmers Mon-Thurs between 3-5pm.

They have $5 pizzas Tuesday nights, but we didn't bother - my friends have had them before and apparently the wait is pretty long (which is fair considering how busy they are).

05 Dec 2011

This is a great place to go with a group of friends for friday night drinks. Expensive drinks but great atmosphere.

23 Dec 2009

Good for a late lunch turned happy-hour style drinks, this place is sure to please the hipsters (though, the true hipsters have been onto this little gem for years ;D). Staff are friendly enough, though one bad experience with a snobby barman who declared to a friend that they "do not sell pots... You'll have to make do with a can, I guess" put me off for a bit. But it is still one of my favourite haunts, and the last couple of years I have been known to spend more than night in a row curled up in a corner, a good glass of wine, pasta of the week and a book in the homey surroundings that are Sister Bella's quirky furnishings. I hope it stays for a while yet, facing a different fate to it's sister St Jeromes.

Approximate cost: $7.00

10 Sep 2007

Sista Bella is a relatively new bar that I had been meaning to check out for a while. It is owned by the same guy who has St Jeromes (long alley near Myer). We went there on a night where they were hosting a bingo game (but no blue rinses' in sight), so I am told that the atmosphere is nomally a little different. I had a lovely glass of Pinot for $7 and met a few of the regular patrons. The place is unpretentious, cosy, open late and hard to find, just like St Jeromes. I'll will be back to try their mulled wine.

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