As is the case with most cities, the Central Business District in Sydney is a lively and varied center of both industry and entertainment. Located just south and east of the trendy waterfront areas, this is your best place to go if you don't know what you want. There are hole-in-the-wall basement bars that are raved about all over town (Grandma's on Clarence), uber-cosmopolitan lounges (Ivy on George), loud clubs (Space and Chinese Laundry), trendy speakeasy bars (Palmer & Co on Abercrombie), and more places to grab a cocktail than anywhere else in the city. As far as food, there is an excellent selection of Asian foods around Gilbourne Street, while cafe culture is alive and well along longitudinal Clarence and York streets. Boulevards worth a stroll for both nightlife and cuisine include Clarence, York, and George Streets. Gay bars are prevalent on Oxford Street.