Napoleon Room at Cherish BrisbaneBilled as a decadent venue for grown-ups, a new regular event on Sundays in Brisbane’s centre promises to become the next big thing amongst the city’s gay community.

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“Brisbane has been missing a meeting place for the gay community without strobe lights, disco balls and outdated decor,” he said.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.

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