Tequila is at the forefront of the all new 2648, Trinity Street’s subterranean cocktail spot
Exciting things are happening down at 2648, Trinity Street’s hip subterranean nightspot. Over the course of the last few months, the venue has been quietly metamorphosing into a Shoreditch-style cocktail and DJ bar, and is now ready to unveil a fresh cocktail list and plenty of new nights for your delectation, whether you fancy a hands-in-the-air night of dancing, a couple of drinks with a chilled out tunes, or a street food pop-up.
There are house nights in the pipeline from Primitive Music, minimal house and techno with Found Sounds, plus appearances from local DJ Stuart Banks, founder of Wonky Disco. The team behind Wild Wood Disco are planning some ‘festival style’ party nights this autumn too, along with regular vinyl nights including Roustabout, geared towards lovers of Rockabilly and vintage tunes. Look out for the Wednesday night open mics too: a chance to see the next big thing in an intimate setting.
Concealed behind a bookshelf is the new tequila den, where you can sip your way around Mexico’s finest inside a secret library. Owner Tunji Oyewobi commented, “Tequila is fast becoming the new gin, and our love of tequila and educating customers about its versatility has led to the development of our new tequila bar, which we will be launching very soon with a range of the best tequilas and tequila-based cocktails”.
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