A trip to the salon just got a whole lot better with the launch of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, a luxe new cocktail bar from The Speakeasy Group.
For some, treating yourself involves booking in for a day of pampering at the salon or spa. For others, spending a night sipping your way through top-notch cocktails and bubbles is the perfect way to unwind. But, why not do both? That’s exactly what you’ll be able to do at this luxe new opening, coming soon to the backstreets of Sydney’s CBD.
The bar in question is Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, the latest venture from The Speakeasy Group. Slated to open on February 19th behind the luxe Christopher Hanna hair salon on Bridge Street, this new bar is set to deliver an elevated watering hole made for enjoying a post-salon tipple. The focus of this latest bar will be classic cocktails and champagne, complete with a dedicated champagne fridge and revamped interiors to give the bar a more intimate feel. For those who have previously visited Christopher Hanna’s lounge, you’ll still be greeted by its famous marble and copper horseshoe-shaped bar.
This exciting new opening comes to Sydney direct from the boutique hospitality group, The Speakeasy Group, responsible for launching some of Sydney and Melbourne’s top bars and restaurants since 2010. From Darlinghurst’s award-winning 1920s speakeasy bar Eau de Vie to Sydney’s Viking-inspired feasting hall Mjølner, the group is headed up by owner and director Sven Almenning along with owner and operations manager Greg Sanderson. As with the group’s existing venues, expect this latest bar to offer a top-notch drinking and dining experience complete with a stunning fit-out.
As for the menu at Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, the focus here is bite-friendly bar snacks. With a small kitchen on-site, the bar will be serving up canape-style eats made to be devoured without a knife and fork. This lavish late-night spot will be open until 2 am every day, making this the perfect spot to enjoy a bustling night out in the CBD.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang will open at 13-15 Bridge Street, Sydney CBD (entry via Bridge Lane). Stay up to date with the latest about the venue’s launch by clicking here.