Martin Lange talks about the nightmare that it was to transform Cobbler, Death & Taxes and Savile Row from walk-ins-only bar, to bookings-only bars during the relaxations on the lockdown at the beginning of June
“The first week, or the first two weeks [that bars are open], everyone’s going to get pretty slammed,” says Brisbane bar owner Martin Lange. “But then after the second week people are going to say, ‘I have no money.'”
Martin Lange has four Brisbane venues under his watchful eye right now, Death & Taxes, Savile Row, Cobbler, and Finney Isles, with plans for another in the works.
Martin Lange opened new Brisbane bar, Death & Taxes, late last week, and we’ve got some images — and a look at the killer new cocktail menu — here.
Award-winning operator Martin Lange will open new Brisbane Bar Death & Taxes in 2019 — here’s what you can expect from the fourth bar in his stable.
Former Cobbler bartender, Brittany Rowe, talks to Sam Bygrave about making the move from Brisbane to Sydney and taking up residence at Sydney rooftop bar du jour, Old Mate’s Place.
The Brisbane bartending community gathered together a few weeks back at Martin Lange’s Cobbler to getteir Rematch!!! Beeyatch!!! on. We’ve just had this little video of the night’s festivities come across our desks and thought it was well worth a share.
Well, what Brisbane’s rockabilly scene has lost, their whisky drinkers have certainly gained. Owners Asa Boardman, Trent Goodwin, and Martin Lange (Sling) have turned what was once a rockabilly hairdresser into a bastion of whisky in the heart of the West End.