Cherish Brisbane at Zuri Bar will be officially launched on Sunday, November 17 with a live jazz band, classic cocktails and Asian inspired cuisine in a setting that has been described as opulent, stylish and elegant.
Scott Anthony, the man behind Cherish Brisbane, told the Star Observer that the fast-growing city was crying out for a venue like Zuri Bar and a regular weekend session removed from the club scene.
“Brisbane has been missing a meeting place for the gay community without strobe lights, disco balls and outdated decor,” he said.
“Cherish Brisbane at Zuri Bar provides a place to meet, mingle and socialise over a decadent cocktail.
“With classy entertainment, red leather couches, ornate chandeliers and the masculine Napoleon statue overlooking the main bar, Zuri Bar is the new place to meet like-minded men every Sunday.”
Along with a live jazz band, guests will be able to dance the night away each weekend with live DJs until late.
INFO: Cherish Brisbane at Zuri Bar, 367 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. Entry is free and doors open 5pm every Sunday. Visit the official Facebook page for further information.