The hospitality revolution is here, and bar design has never been hotter. Here are five great places to drink in some great design amongst the cocktails.
The Kittyhawk is a Sydney bar and restaurant designed by AZBcreative, and carrying a powerful personality through its vintage style and electric atmosphere.
A dining space by the sea with starlight above and city light below, Wynn A. Bay has found the perfect place to end the night.
Donny’s & Co Manly is a sustainable bar both in the “design approach and its potential for longevity as a thriving small bar in Manly.” We speak to Stuart Krelle – director of Luchetti Krelle. Words by Tess Ritchie.
It’s an oriental drinking den with a difference. Designed by Hecker Guthrie, Zhou Zhou offers a fresh, and distinct take on the traditional Melbourne bar.
An ode to all things porcine, the latest addition to Sydney CBD’s dining scene pairs contrasting atmospheres to create an attractive and versatile venue. By Yen Dao.
Sleek, yet masculine, the newly renovated Bull and Bear Sydney combines multi-coloured leather and cocktails as a contemporary take on the classic 1920’s gentleman’s club. By Yen Dao.
Inspired not so much by the view from the beach as by the view of it, the Clubhouse brings a slice of coastal living to Sydney’s south-eastern suburb of Rosebery.
Combining art, food and an elegant, secluded interior, Eat Me restaurant is a hidden gem amongst the fray of Bangkok. Wynn A. Bay teases it out of its quiet hide out.
Elana Castle discovers the slightly unorthodox pairing of a bakery and a bar in Brisbane.
Ola Bednarczuk takes a look around Perth’s latest design hunter location