Your Guide to Finding All the Hot Guys in Bondi



For all the single, beach-loving ladies (or gentlemen).

Here are the top seven hot spots where you’ll find all the hot guys in Bondi:

Hotel Ravesis

118 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Hotel Ravesis

This iconic Bondi icon recently got the makeover of a lifetime, following a 5-month renovation of its hotel, restaurant and bar. With its new art deco-inspired, pastel façade and archways, Ravesis is making a comeback with an affordable, refreshed Mediterranean menu and seasonal cocktails. This is the place to go if you want a good time scouting out hot guys on a Friday or Saturday night. And with an abundance of live music and DJ acts on the weekends, a stunning waterside view and delicious cocktails, there’s no doubt you will.

North Bondi Fish

120 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi NSW 2026

North Bondi Fish

Matt Moran, fresh seafood and classic cocktails, need we say more? North Bondi Fish is all about those beachside vibes, for when you’re looking for a casual, yet trendy place to dine. Its dining menu boasts fresh produce and high-quality seafood, but if you’re looking to save some money, you can look to their extended drinks menu, which includes the likes of Bondi Bubbles ($19) and Kombucha Margaritas ($19) – the perfect spot to find your next bae.

Icebergs Dining Room – Bar

1 Notts Ave, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Icebergs Bar

This high profile restaurant and bar is the prime spot for a Sunday afternoon date. The bar is a much more economical place to check out than the restaurant, with the same amazing views. Icebergs offers the quintessential Bondi bar experience with elegant, teal and glass interiors and a flawless, two-storey view of the stunning ocean. Expect gorgeously presented food (and hot guys) and timeless cocktails – with an Icebergs twist.

Bondi Hardware

39 Hall St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026


Since its 5th anniversary re-vamp, Bondi Hardware boasts Moroccan and industrial interiors, offering a delicious brunch menu and amazing cocktails like the Buttered Popcorn Espresso Martini ($18). Situated on the main street, Hardware is in a prime spot on Friday and Saturday nights, so you’d better get in quick if you want to get some numbers! Oh, and grab a jug of Red Wine Sangria ($35) to share with the gals too.

The Corner House

281 Bondi Rd, Bondi NSW 2026

The Corner House

Hit up the Corner House for dinner and then drinks when you’re feeling like a throwback to Bondi’s golden days, back when the Bondi tram was a thing and hot guys used to hang out on the beach in summer. With an impressive wine rack and selection of drinks, this is the perfect place to enjoy a chill night over a glass of red and a wood-fired pizza.

The Bucket List

Bondi Pavilion, Shop 1, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Sydney NSW 2026

The Bucket List

The Bucket List is the epitome of chill weekend drinks by the beach, where summer never ends and hot guys are aplenty. Living up to its name, this bar might just be the most colourful in Bondi, showcasing uplifting, vibrant interiors (including an awesome fireplace) that are home to relaxed, live tunes, a delicious winter menu curated by celebrity chef and co-owner Tom Walton, and beachy cocktails like Paid to Surf ($17).


143 Curlewis St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026


It’s a Sunday and you’re looking for something that’ll liven up your night. What do you do? You go to Neighbourhood for weekend drinks, of course. The bar might be small, but it’s where all the local hot guys go to hang out and to enjoy spicy cocktails – Eddie’s BBQ Margarita ($17) is a must-try. Neighbourhood has a cosy, second home feel, so it’s also the perfect spot to indulge in a toastie, Sunday Roast or mac and cheese.

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Sylvia Lee


Sylvia is a student journalist who loves travel, lifestyle and politics. Fun fact: she once wrote a story about an evil pencil with plans for world domination in primary school. Sylvia wishes people would stop asking her why she's pescatarian and that she were better at writing about herself in the third person.

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