??. 4 years later, Name this Bar relaunches with a cool new look that blends street art, astroturf, funky art, worn timber walls and botanicals. Its a good looking spring rebirth, with great acoustics inside. Both bands that played sounded incredible on the purpose built stage and sound system. Live music, gigs and drinks. Let’s have a look.
Heh. Name this Bar. if you’re wondering about the apple… well, read on.
Great looking graffiti style art on the wall
Disco balls and hanging greens. Its an effusive venue. Lots of life. Color and warmth.
Tolix chairs, nice settees which are incredibly comfy and that rugged astro turf floor
This is a good looking venue
Kurt and Spring colours
Bubblies with Strawberries
Delicious cheese and meat plate.
Really delicious Salt/Pepper Squid. Better than a lot of generi ones I’ve eaten. A lot better. Nice mayo dip too.
Name this Bar’s new Applesinthe – Absinthe, fresh mint, apple juice, and lemonade. Delicious, potent and refreshing. How does that work? Well, its a great cocktail.
Sexy Sunday Jam takes to the stage
Sexy Sunday Jam covers top 40 tracks with a easy pop flavour and their destiny child’s cover of say my name was great. That stage accommodated the 7 musicians easily. And they rocked.
Brave sang original tunes which were indie rock with a tad of electro.
Everyone engaged with the music.
Name this Bar relaunches with a great new look and the venue looks fantastic with great friendly staff and an easy crowd. Centrally located near the heart of Darlo, its easily accessible from most locales. It has a reinvented casual cool and yet it retains the edginess that is in line with it live music venue attributes. With so many small bars scrambling to provide live music at the moment, this is a place geared for gigs and an evening out with the lads from Sexy Summer Jam would be one I recommend. They’re quite entertaining and that’s the essense of a great night no? Food, drinks and service were all great. Loved the salt pepper squid and the cocktails. Head in to check out Name this bar at 197 Oxford Street.
Jugs+Co visited courtesy of Pendulum Communications