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2 players

N64 Mario Kart

Connect 4

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2+ players



5 second rule

5 second rule ‘uncensored’

Snakes & ladders




Our Cocktails

Egg whites are not used in our cocktails

Ol’ Mate


Gin base, Amaro, apple, chestnut, lemon.

Love an aperitif? Then this cocktail is for you! A new cocktail invented by the owner that is the perfect starter cocktail with a refreshing new-world taste!

How could you go past an Ol’ Mate without at least saying hello!

Alpha & Omega


Vodka base, dry vermouth, lemon, cranberry, syrup, secret ingredient.

A new cocktail invented by our team and inspired by the classic cosmopolitan, this is the perfect balance of sweet and sour, with a hint of bitterness and dryness to satisfy your pallet from the beginning to end. (See what we did there?)

Làv In D’er


Vegan friendly

Gin base, lavender, lemon, wonder foam, secret ingredient.

A new cocktail invented by the team and named by our legendary bar manager. A great balance of sour and sweetness combined with lavender infused gin finished with our secret ingredient. It’s a secret. Don’t even try!

Rosie Posie


Vegan friendly. Mocktail option also available // $18

Sloe gin base, lemon, rose water, sugar, cranberry, wonder foam.

A new cocktail invented by our legendary bar manager! Taking inspiration from our love for sloe gin to make this beautifully sweet cocktail, with hints of rose and a creamy finish. Served with dried rose petals and made with love.

Toffee Negroni


Dark rum base, Aperol, sherry.

Down for a twist & wanting something sweet but can’t go past a Negroni? Give this a go. We’ve taken a classic and given it a new – and for some, improved – taste! Garnished with a flamed orange zest to give it a great toasted balance to the toffee sweetness!

Hazelnut Sour


Vegan friendly

Frangelico base, vanilla vodka, lemon, wonder foam.

We have a bit of a sweet tooth and who doesn’t love cheesecake? This sour is a great example of how simplicity, oftentimes, can go a long way. Garnished with grated Hazelnuts and Pana Chocolate; because yes, we are that extra.

Classic Cocktails

Tuxedo No. 2


Gin base, dry vermouth, maraschino liquor, orange bitters.

Related to the martini, the Tuxedo has had many variations since its inception in the 1880s. The cocktail is named after the Tuxedo Club in Orange County, New York where it was first mixed.

Spicy Margarita


Chilli infused tequila, triple sec, agave, lime.

We infuse our tequila here! A delicious blend of chilis, spices & other flavours with the perfect balance of sweet & sour makes our spicy margarita!


Old Fashioned


Whiskey base, sugar, bitters.

The Pendennis Club, a gentlemen’s club founded in 1881 in Louisville, Kentucky, claims the old fashioned cocktail was invented there. The recipe was said to have been invented by a bartender at that club in honor of Colonel James E.



Cachaça base, sugar, lime.

According to historians, the caipirinha was invented by landowning farmers in the region of Piracicaba, interior of the State of São Paulo during the 19th century as a local drink for ‘high standard’ events and parties.

Porn Star Martini


Vanilla vodka base, Passoa, lime, sugar, passionfruit, bubbles.

The cocktail was created in 2002 by bartender Douglas Ankrah at The Townhouse bar in London. Douglas first christened the cocktail the Maverick Martini, in a hat tip to a dodgy club in Cape Town, but later changed the name to the Porn Star Martini.



Gin base, maraschino liqueur, crème de violette, lemon.

Created in the early 1900s, the Aviation is difficult to gauge how popular it was at the time, and because the key liqueur was likely just as rare as it is today, it’s assumed that this was a specialty drink served at only the most elite bars.



Gin base, lemon, sugar and all infused with mint.

Its origins are subject to speculation. It has been proposed that it gets its name from either the South Side district of the city of Chicago, Illinois, or from the Southside Sportsmen’s Club on Long Island. The drink may have been the preferred beverage of Al Capone, whose gang dominated Chicago’s South Side.

Espresso Martini


Vodka base, cold espresso, Kahlúa.

The story goes that Dick Bradsell created the drink in 1983. Originally called The Vodka Espresso created at Fred’s Club when a young model, who Bradsell claims is now world famous, sidled up to the bar and asked for something to “wake me up and fuck me up”. His solution was a combination of vodka, fresh espresso, and coffee liqueur shaken into a frothy mix of bittersweet addiction now known as the Espresso Martini.

Wines & bubbles


2018 Squealing Pig Sauvignon Blanc

2018 Squealing Pig Pinot Gris

2020 Little Yering Chardonnay


2018 Immerse Shiraz – Bottle

2019 Immerse Cabernet SauvignonBottle

2018 Immerse Cab Shiraz MerlotBottle

2018 Oscars Pinot NoirBottle

2018 Squealing Pig Pinot Noir – G/B

2018 Little Giant Barossa Shiraz – G/B

2018 Gemtree Dragon’s Blood Shiraz – G/B

2019 Brown Brothers Moscato – G/B

2018 Mateus Rosé – G/B


2018 Chandon Brut – G/B

2019 Santa Margherita Prosecco – G/B

2018 Grant Burge Sparkling Rosé – G/B

Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial Champagne NV | Bottle

Taps & Cans


Coldstream IPA

Coldstream Golden Ale

Coldstream Pale Ale

Coldstream Czech Pilsner


Venom Brewing Cherry Sour

Bojak Brewing Guava Nice Day

Moon Dog Pink Flamingo Fizzer
(Pink grapefruit)

Moon Dog Tropical Crush Fizzer
(Passion fruit, mango, orange, pineapple)

Moon Dog Strawbs & Cream Fizzer
(Strawberry & cream)

Moon Dog Piney Limey Fizzer

Stomping Ground Watermelon Smash

Moon Dog Lagoona Matata Sour Ale
(unflavoured sour ale)

Bojak Brewing I Pine For You

Sierra Nevada Wild Little Thing
(Guava, hibiscus, strawberry ale)

Culture House Sour Cider
(Apple & mango)

Colonial South West Sour
(unflavoured sour ale)

Bridge Road Brewers Free Time
(Non-alcoholic pale ale)

Coldstream Porter

Napoleone Apple Cider

Napoleone Pear Cider