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The LuWOW, created by Skipper Josh and Barbara Blaze (Devilles Pad, Hula Bula Bar, South London Pacific, Pervirella, The Wild Weekend, The Frat Shack, The Las Vegas Grind) is a 360-degree, 4 dimensional eye-poppin bar in Cinerama. Drawing influences from the best B-movie party scenes of the sixties and seventies, mixing it up with an Indiana Jones Jungle feel and then layering a good dose of old fashioned Tiki bar on top of that you get a real unique drinking and party space.
The Lounge bar known as "The Island Village" is a great place to meet friends for cocktails, and Tiki tapas or relax for a late night drink. An extensive cocktail menu of South Sea elixirs await; from the strong and punchy Zombie to the fruity deliciousness of our Mai Tai. A variety of large punches are available to share such as the Cannibal Canoe or Easter Island Ice Tea. The space is designed to be like a beach side fishing village in the South Pacific. Booth bookings are encouraged in The Island Village to maximize your adventure.
The LuWOW's 'Forbidden Temple Room' is a vine bedecked lost jungle temple where ornate jeweled and gold covered statues watch over the action. GoGo Goddesses cavort on Skull adorned podiums. Retro party bands play Latin, rock and roll, soul, calypso and more. It is an intimate space with fantastic sound and acoustics. Disc jockeys play vintage vinyl grooves to a hopping bopping dance floor till 2am at weekends.
Come down to The LuWOW for $10 Mai Tai's Wednesday - Saturday. You are also cordially invited to join Ye Olde Rum Club on Wednesday nights to enjoy half price rum. Thursday Nights is Tiki-ka night with cheap tequila cocktails and basics all night long.
The LuWow has interesting facts - Why are Pubs called Hotels in Australia? A pub, short for Public House, is an establishment whose main function is to serve alcohol, mostly beer. Also known as an Ale house or Tavern. The reason for this is that until recently, in Australia (late 1980s), pubs were forced, by the liquor laws, to provide accommodation and so were accurately called hotels.
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