The buzz: From the creators of Propaganda, here comes a brand new upscale lounge bar with a completely different style. Perched just above the noisy crowds on Wyndham Street and LKF, it sports a view of the Fringe Club and caters mostly to the classy, queer crowd.
The décor: A distinctly luxe touch, spread over more than 3,000 square feet of space. The warm color tones and soft leather furnishings are easy on the eyes, while colored LEDs subtly change the mood as day turns to night. A large island bar splits the room in two, while three separate VIP areas—each designed with an individual quirkiness—give some privacy to larger groups.
The drinks: An emphasis on martinis, but don’t expect to find them on the menu—ask the bartender for a custom-made concoction that suits your taste. We highly recommend the orange and ginger one. For the less adventurous, the carefully selected house wines will suit most drinkers.
The music: Before 10pm expect loungey piano tunes played by the resident pianist, or set the mood yourself by taking a turn at the ivories. After 10pm the DJ spins fun and upbeat classics to keep customers in a feel-good mood.
Why you’ll be back: For the glowing fish tank of jellyfish, the bar manager’s creative martinis and the chance to show off to your friends that you know how to bang out some kicking tunes on that electronic keyboard.