It's no secret that today's generation love a Gin & Tonic (or 10) on a night out, quickly becoming the drink of choice for Adelaide night-life lovers. Leigh Street's Udaberri infuse their gin cocktails with juniper seeds and botanicals, while Distill make teapots full of the stuff for $30. Now there's a new gin-credible kid on the block, Laneway IV; revealing a new look for the Spring/Summer and launching a 'gin garden' as the focus of the bar.
“The refreshed new look of Laneway IV will feel like you’ve entered the ultimate outdoor garden party, with a big focus on gin… Laneway IV will be known as THE place to get a delicious gin infused beverage," says Laneway Owner, Antony Tropeano.
Along with their quirky, hand painted walls and fixtures, Laneway IV will be offering 12 boutique gins available with a mix or in signature cocktail form. Reflecting this unique gin garden, Laneway's new ambiance and philosophy are well represented across the venue. “During summer, Laneway IV will become the place to party on those balmy nights courtesy of its outdoor setting and unique gin garden,” says Antony Tropeano.
As always, Adelaide's first permanent container bar has really out-done itself with the renovations and rethink of the space. The design of the bar is everything you want to see in a gin garden, from relaxed booth areas, to fairy lights, multi-level design and plenty of room to dance.
Laneway IV is open from 4pm until late every Friday and Saturday night, and in December, will also be open Thursday nights and Sundays. Laneway IV is also taking bookings where patrons can reserve a table to ensure they have a secured spot in Adelaide’s funkiest outdoor container bar.
Check out the new-look Laneway IV on Facebook or Instagram @lanewaybar.
All images via Laneway IV
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