Henrietta Supper Club makes a comeback for one night only at Burrow this Bar Week

Those of you who have been attending Sydney Bar Week regularly for a few years may remember a headache or two they picked up after a long, long night at former Darlinghurst bar, Henrietta Supper Club. It was the kind of place bartenders would head to once the clock had ticked past midnight, and party the night away.

That all ended a year a couple of years ago when Henrietta closed their doors, but this Bar Week will see the old crew (and, we assume, the old shenanigans) get the band back together for one night at Burrow Bar on Tuesday 18 September from 11pm.

“Burrow Bar is keen to host the nearest and dearest of the old Henrietta crew behind the stick for a night,” says Burrow Bar co-owner Chau Tran.


The event promises to be huge! It’s a great way to kick on into the wee hours after the Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards.

This is just one of the 29 great events lined up over five days of Sydney Bar Week, taking place between Saturday the 15th and Wednesday the 19th of September. It’s set to be the biggest Bar Week yet — get over to the Bar Week site here and get your RSVPs and tickets sorted before they run out.

What: Henrietta Rises
Tuesday, 18th September
Date: 11pm – late
Where: Burrow Bar, De Mestre Place
The Darlinghurst gem, a late night parlour that brings a swell of emotions and memories for many. Henrietta Supper Club, closed it’s doors last year, and for twenty-four cold and very long months, we’ve been pining but for one more nostalgic night. Burrow Bar are getting the band back together with our friends from Bacardi, Jagermeister and Campari. Expect some familiar faces to bring those good vibes and drinks this Bar Week. RSVP: First in best dressed – if you remember the line for Burrow Bar’s Tiki Takeover last year…. First in. Best dressed.