Emporium Hotel South Bank has opened the doors to its latest offering, Piano Bar.
In line with the Brisbane hotel’s luxe look and feel, Piano Bar features a grand piano, which will be played daily from 4pm, a curved bar wrapped in a back-lit gun metal onyx and a custom-made chandelier.
The venue integrates with the hotel lobby and caters to events of up to 100 people, making it an ideal spot for pre-function drinks ahead of events in the Frangipani Ballroom.
General manager Charles Martin hopes the bar will be the “destination of choice” for local, national and international guests.
“Its design is one of a kind for Australia, and we have complimented this with a carefully curated drinks menu, including barrel-aged spirits, hand-crafted cocktails and a wine collection featuring a unique blend of local and international wineries,” he said.
Piano Bar joins Emporium’s existing food and beverage outlets Belle Époque and the Terrace.
“The menu, created by our executive chef Chris Norman and executive sous chef of pastry Alexandra Liddle, will offer a selection of dining options designed to perfectly compliment the design and atmosphere of the Piano Bar,” said Martin.
“Under the leadership of Rob Brady, director of food and beverage for the hotel, we have a hand-picked team ready to bring their years of experience to Piano Bar to continue the hotel’s legacy of award-winning service.”
Piano Bar at Emporium Hotel South Bank is open daily from 10am until late.