Club 77, located in Sydney’s Darlinghurst, is set to relaunch as the newest late night bar destination.
In an effort to reinvigorate the city’s nightlife, the venue will be open seven nights a week until 4am with free entry from Monday to Friday.
“The lockdown period really gave us the opportunity to analyse our business model and determine what we want Club 77 to be, and that is the late-night live music destination for Sydney/Eora,” says Director Dane Gorrel.
“We’ve spent the past 12 months getting feedback from the local community and influential night-time economy advocates on best practices to achieve our goals.”
Guests can look forward to a new revamped space along with an updated food and drink offering.
The space is equipped with booth seating among three new stages and a custom DJ booth.
Two happy hours, dubbed the Happiest of Hours, will run every Monday to Friday, one from 5pm until 7pm and another from 2:30am until 3:30am.
Jordan Blackman from Odd Culture is behind the beverage offering, which includes beers and cider from Moon Dog Craft Brewery, Young Henrys, Grifter and Batlow.
Bottled cocktails will also be provided by Big Mood with non-alcoholic options covering Heaps Normal, Big Drop, Yes You Can and Big Mood’s No-Groni.
Food will include the 77 Dog, created by Antoine Nebula from Suzie Qs in Surry Hills and will come in a gourmet pork sausage and a vegetarian mushroom option.
The venue will aim to also become a community hub and an active space for first nations artists and the LGTBQI community during the day.