Reality meets fantasy at Wolf Lane. A menu of inventive cocktails and a range of wines by the glass make the bar a hit with pretty much anyone who enjoys a decent drink.
Absinthe In Mind features a good dash of the green fairy, elderflower and cloudy apple. Jacquie Brown mixes bourbon and maple syrup with bitters and Dom Benedictine. There’s also sharing tea pots for you and your group.
A story-time spin is also applied to food; bar snacks include Little Miss Piggy (chorizo), The Lumberjack (Turkish bread, olive oil, balsamic and dips) and Yellow Brick Road (a toastie with Nutella, marshmallow, honey cashews and cherries).
Mismatched, comfy couches present an ideal vibe in which to sit back and unwind and enjoy the exposed-brick-meets-magical-wall-art set up. Look for street artist Hurben’s awesome Little Red Riding Hood-inspired graffiti outside.
Get the inside track on cocktail-making with hands-on monthly masterclasses. For $40 over a couple of hours, you’ll create two cocktails and enjoy them alongside platters. Classes also run for private groups of 10 or more people.
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