Savile Row

Fortitude Valley

Savile Row is a Fortitude Valley hidden treasure that is hands down one of Brisbane’s best bars – an opulent speakeasy-style vintage lounge bar hidden behind a closed orange door.

Open the door, step into a darkened entry foyer and part the black curtains to enter a mysterious dark wood panelled parlour lit by candles, leading to the stunning main bar area, which looks as if it may have been here since Prohibition, a world away from the gritty streets outside.

Savile Row Fortitude Valley

A gorgeous crystal chandelier overhangs the bar, which is overlooked by an upstairs wraparound gallery of dimly-lit ,cosy booths, couches and cabaret-style tables and chairs, and all under a corrugated iron roof with exposed rafters.

Savile Row Fortitude Valley

A staircase behind a heavy wood-panelled wall leads upstairs, otherwise pull up a seat at the bar, which is lined ceiling to floor with a staggering line-up of spirits including some 400 whiskeys, 60 rums, 50 tequilas and 40 gins.

Savile Row Fortitude Valley

Savile Row has its own signature list of 20 bespoke cocktails such as the Hedwig – Ketel One Citroen vodka, lemon thyme kirsch, fresh pineapple, fennel seeds, cardamom & coconut sugar.

Savile Row Fortitude Valley

Otherwise, the canny bar folk can make up any one of 200 classic cocktails on request and boutique beer and wine is also available.

Savile Row Fortitude Valley

Need to know – As is the case with Saville Row’s sibling Kobbler, no food is served but customers are welcome to BYO snacks. Look for the (closed) orange door on Ann St, just a couple of doors along towards Brunswick St from The Beat nightclub.

Savile Row

667 Ann St

Fortitude Valley

Opening hours

Map

667 Ann St Fortitude Valley

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