Stunning Rooftop Workspace in the heart of the CBD!

Up on the fourth floor you’ll find Taylor’s Rooftop Bar, lifting the lid on the Republic Hotel. A vertical garden and the city skyline frame a lush oasis, where our open-air workspaces are conveniently sheltered by a retractable roof.

On the roof it’s all about light, amazing food and refreshing drinks. We cater to the needs of flexible, hybrid, and remote workers. It's a perfect setting for a productive lunch or an inspiring workspace throughout your workday. And when it's time to unwind, our selection of refreshing drinks and delectable food options await, offering a delightful way to recharge and foster your well-being.

Hosting a meeting? Our newly renovated boardroom is equipped with full AV facilities, complimentary wifi and a white board wall.


Feeling hungry? Check out the menu

‘Worker’ menu specials: Daily 'WFHospo' food specials, tap and order from our me&u app
Description of the space: Lush rooftop oasis surrounded by the city skyline and a vertical garden - an ideal spot for some open-air remote or hybrid work sessions and, of course, Taylor's is known for going topless!
Free WiFi
Power access
Bike racks
Complimentary filtered water
Complimentary sparkling water
Complimentary tea
Complimentary coffee
Disability access
Ergonomic seat
Free parking
Menu drinks
Menu food
Ocean view
Pet friendly
Phone chargers
Printing facilities
Private meeting rooms available
Quiet place
Scan/copy facilities
Video conferencing
No. Persons:
1 person space
2 person space
3 - 4 person space
5 - 6 person space
7 - 8 person space
9 - 10 person space
Small Groups (10 - 15)
Medium Groups (15 - 20)
Large Groups (20 - 25)
Extra Large Groups (25+)
Space type:
Bar stool
High top
Seat with a view
Window seat
Trading hours: Monday-Saturday 12pm-late
City: Sydney
Address: 69-73 Pitt Street, Sydney
Tags / keywords: Boardroom, meeting, conference, restaurant, rooftop, dining, intimate, quiet, casual dining, WFHospoweek, SevenRooms, me&u
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