A new “totally immersive tinsel wonderland” is coming to South Brisbane and we are zooper dooper excited! Why hello The Tinsel Bar! Boasting to be Brisbane's most Instagrammable new bar. the event space is tricked out with neon lights and an absolutely STUNNING rainbow of shimmery ‘tinsellations’ to tantalise your eyes and provide maximum visual voltage.
There are some curious cocktails inspired by 90’s nostalgia on the menu like the Frosty Fruit Frappe and the Cottees Cordial Cooler. While you sip on those sensational selections, you also can treat yo’self to pop rocks, fairy bread, push pops and bolognese toasties.
The Tinsel Bar is a dream team collaboration between Maris Cook of @helloplease.co & @maeve.wine and Tinsel Kween herself Rachel Burke of @imakestagram. The famous Instagrammer/designer/crafter/pom maker/tinsel and tulle fashion fanatic, the extraordinary Rachel Burke will be hosting an array crafty events at the venue where you can create with a cocktail in hand! Have an event coming up? You can book in your next birthday party, hens do’s or any event where you wanna celebrate in shimmering style at The Tinsel Bar.
The Tinsel Bar by night, but by day The Tinsel Deli will feature freshly-made specialty sandwiches, toasties, salads and juices. Opening Friday October 18 at 58 Hope Street, South Brisbane, The Tinsel Bar lies on the cusp of Fish Lane and will be a vibrant new addition to Brisbane’s cultural Precinct. Come opening night for your chance to win a Rachel Burke original tinsel jacket (valued at $500) drawn at 8pm.
The Tinsel Deli will be open Monday to Friday from 9am - 2pm, with The Tinsel Bar open Fridays and Saturday from 5.30pm - late.
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In 1999 I attended Livid Festival as a tiny teen, my love of music, festivals, arts and culture grew from that momentous moment. As much as I enjoy a gig, I dig getting out of town and escaping into nature exploring secret beaches and waterfalls. I decided at some point that I better get onto that Uni degree, hey? I lived in Freo for several years then came back to my hometown to attend QUT to get that BA in Media & Communications. Can catch me procrasta-cleaning, finding the perfectly ripe avo at the markets or laughing enthusiastically at the slightest of amusement.