The concept of bringing the magic of the 1950s-style ‘hotel’ bar experience from Maybe Sammy into a premium hotel is something Catino and the team have been wanting to do for a while.
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The hype is real. Sammy Junior, the espresso and cocktail bar sibling of Maybe Sammy, opens today (despite the weather) on the ground level of 66 King Street in the Sydney CBD.
There’s been a lot of news from the Maybe Sammy & Frank teams in the past couple of months and it’s not over. Today they announced the launch of Sammy Junior a brand new espresso bar bar day and cocktail bar by night.
“The main rule is to watch the door at all times and make sure every single person is greeted, and also every single person once they leave they say goodbye and thanks.”
This morning, the owners of award-winning Sydney cocktail bar Maybe Sammy have announced a partnership with TFE Hotels to manage the food and beverage offering of a new premium hotel experience due to open early 2021 on the corner of George and Hunter Streets in the Sydney CBD. The working title for the new bar/restaurant is Deans on 22.
On home turf, we’ve been busy chatting face to face (social distancing of course!) with industry legends such as Kurtis Bosley and Stefano Catino launching Blend TV.
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Maybe Sammy is billed as a grand hotel bar sans the actual hotel. And that’s where the bar team — which has to be one of Australia’s finest — comes in.
The team behind Sydney’s Maybe Frank, which this year took out the title of 2018 Restaurant Bar of the Year at the Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards, have got a new cocktail bar on the way: Maybe Sammy.