A heritage-listed venue in the heart of Sydney’s CBD has reopened its doors as a cocktail bar with a twist. Bridge Lane Bar promises an immersive cocktail experience, with ambitious plans to become Sydney’s first recognised house of caviar.
The relaunch of Bridge Lane Bar, in the space that was formerly Speakeasy’s Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, offers a fusion of New York speakeasy allure, expertly crafted cocktails, and luxurious ambience. Beverage Manager Dave Green gave an insight of the venue’s recent transformation: “We decided to knock down a wall and extend the venue further, so we’ve gone from a 77-seater venue to 144-seater. We’ve also made some modifications to the venue to make it more luxurious, but what’s really luxurious is the cocktail and caviar offering.”
“One of our owners is from Russia and imports caviar himself. He wants to make Bridge Lane the first recognised house of caviar in Sydney. Our aim is to deliver the same high-end luxury bar that you would experience overseas, this is what Sydney has been missing out on for the last 10-15 years.”
Taking inspiration from the wave of bespoke bars becoming increasingly popular in many Asian cities, Dave is passionate about creating a unique end-to-end experience. “Our cocktail menu will be driven by the concept of luxury. We asked our guests what luxury means to them, the most common answers we got were quality, travel and fashion. We are bringing together luxury experiences…