In a hidden laneway around the corner from the newly-opened Red Lantern Restaurant in East Sydney there’s a tiny wine bar that is part of the new ‘small-bar revolution’ in Sydney. Tilly Devine was part of the underground gang history of Kings Cross in the 1920s. She was an English prostitute who graduated to run one of the most successful brothels in the time of prohibition in Sydney. The bar serves wine in old-school glass milk bottles. The sommelier is not shy to recommend you one of the 300 different wines – served in old-school glass milk bottles. Although to be quite honest, I always come here for the best ‘Negroni’ in Sydney and to check out the new bar menu, which changes every day.