If you’re a South Brissy local with a penchant for hidden laneway bars and quality drinks, you might want to get to know Alley Bar. This secret bar takes over the beloved Coffee Head Co every Friday and Saturday and you'll want to pay them a visit.
Boasting a welcoming and relaxed environment, come the weekend, the venue is transformed from cafe to laneway bar after dark, allowing you to level up your sip from espresso to espresso martini. Decked out with leafy plants, candles, moody lighting and minimalist decor, Alley Bar allows you to kick back with your crew (and pooch) so you can settle in and catch up over a few bevvies and boardgames.
Speaking of bevvies, the drinks menu is where Alley Bar really shines. Slinging a fresh mix of local craft beers, high-quality cocktails, mocktails and top-notch Aussie wines, the rotating menu caters to a broad range of taste no matter what you prefer. Featuring a variety of Australian makers throughout the year, the drinks menu serves up a diverse list of quality, organic, biodynamic, minimal intervention and experimental wines, plus drops from a carefully curated selection of small-batch distilleries, and their signature Peruvian Pisco.
Keeping it simple yet delicious on the food front, be sure to pair your tipple with a few tasty tacos or a cheese platter. Serving up a delicious array of Peruvian-Mexican fusion, Alley Bar currently offers three types of drool-worthy tacos: slow-cooked free-range pork, chicken and cauliflower—all marinated in an exceptional housemade rich and smoky ají panca mild chilli marinade and paired with housemade salsas.
So, if you’re looking for a new haunt where you and your crew can hole up for the night—pooch in tow—Alley Bar might just be the little laneway local you never knew you needed.