Cremorne’s popular late night haunt, Minskys Hotel has relaunched under a new look with new food and beverage offerings.
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The new look Minskys attempts to tread a line between a pub and a bar. A contemporary makeover with dark timbers, clean lines, chequered black and white tiles and a vertical faux garden give the venue a slick look while the the gaming corner look and television screens positioned around the room seem at odds with the decor.
The bar boasts a selection of bottled beer and ales on tap, a comprehensive wine list and accessible cocktails put together by industry expert, Jason Crawley. The selection of spirits includes a solid whisky list spanning single malts and blends from Scotland, Ireland, North America and Japan.
New chef, Robert Oey (ex Est.) heads the kitchen with a menu that offers pub grub such as school prawns, mini pork rolls on a brioche bun, steak and burgers until 1 am.
The venue has retained its iconic Piano Man who performs on weekends to complement the late night food and beverage experience.
287 Military Road
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