A cocktail lounge designed to make you thirsty and an extensive canapé menu destined to make you hungry…welcome to Tatler…
Tatler is a venue located in Darlinghurst, that really does have it all. It includes a dancefloor (aptly named the discotheque) which features rich mahogany furnishings, romantic lighting, limestone walls and mysterious alcoves. The discotheque transforms into a 70’s styled dancefloor with its own shimmery disco ball to light up the room in an array of bright colours. This is how you know the party has started.
Tatler also has an outdoor terrace area with intricately carved benches, wooden floorboards, purple feature walls and plants in every nook and cranny. The walls are crowded with teeming vines and pot plants hanging above one’s head.
Inside the bar you get an almost Parisian-feel. The bar is mixed with influences of a Speakeasy kind of style, meshed with furnishings that you would most likely find in The Palace of Versailles in France. Gilded, Baroque-style tables and armchairs line the rooms. The bar space itself is designed to look vintage, and that coupled with the numerous types of alcohol, aged spirits and fancy wine, leaves Tatler’s décor uncategorised and unprecedented.
Suede and leather couches, fresh flowers and candles everywhere gives Tatler the look and feel that one is at home. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, but can easily be turned into a party destination for the night. Moreover, their canapé menu was designed by renowned chef, Chui Lee Luk – so you know it’s good.
There’s something for everyone at Tatler – young and old alike – a good time is guaranteed at this Darlinghurst bar.
By Nora Omar