Not Your Ordinary Cocktail Bar

Posted under Blog by LRP on Wednesday 2 September 2015 at 1:14 pm
Not Your Ordinary Cocktail Bar

The end of winter and the onset of spring makes people in general crave for lighter drinks or cocktails. People usually look for drinks that are infused with herbs or fresh fruits. In this time of the year, the working populace almost always look for places they could sit in to that would allow them to eat and drink tasty treats as a way to end a tiresome day. In Australia, the best place to go to after a hard day’s work is to Little Red Pocket Cocktail Bar.

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Strategically located in 422 Little Collins Street in Melbourne, Little Red Pocket Bar is some sort of a sake shop and obviously is Japanese inspired and is a great place for after-work drinking. Established in 2010, this bar offers a wide array of cocktails, sake, sumptuous food choices and great music. Spring makes people crave for exotic flavours and cool, refreshing drinks. Mr. Miyagi and Lychee Long Time are two of the few popular cocktails in their cocktail menu. These drinks are a mix of sake or whisky infused with fruit puree or fruit juice such as raspberry for Mr. Miyagi and lychee and apple sauce for Long Time Lychee. Little Red Pocket does not stop there as they aim not to disappoint clients and loyal patrons for they also boast of a menu consisting of tasty food choices. Clients will have a choice among beef, pork, chicken and seafood that not only appeal to the eyes but a melt-in-the mouth experience as well. Also catering for classy hens nights!

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The place itself will not disappoint as it brings warmth, cosy and welcoming feeling to the clients. The place could also a great choice for events and celebrations like birthday parties and corporate or business gatherings. They can cater private services to these kind of events. On Fridays, the DJ plays old RnB music while on Saturdays the DJ ups the tempo and transforms the place into a party destination.

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