This new bar was featured in Bartender Magazine’s November issue.
383 Bourke Street, Sydney

The former site of The Middle Bar has undergone a drastic makeover to become LO-FI. The design team at Luchetti Krelle (responsible for the recently successful King’s Vault pop up wine bar) has completely revamping the old venue stripping back the interior to expose original foundations. The newly shed space will serve as a pop up art space, serving a snazzy selection of classic and contemporary cocktails for the remainder of 2010 – although hopefully with out a replay of Tom Cruise’s famous art gallery meltdown in the 1980s hit movie Cocktail.

The team is offering a serious list of drinks, with over 40 of histories best concoctions available. The Martinez, Hemmingway Daiquiri, French 75 or Mimosa could set you up for an elegant evening of classical artistic perusing or you could get your hands on something a bit more contemporary like a Mojito or Forbidden Fruit Foam, with passion fruit, cloudy apple juice mixed with lime, vodka and topped with an apple elderflower foam.

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