If any Sydneysiders are looking for a new Friday night drinks spot to hit up this week, you’re in luck.

Merivale has confirmed it will open the doors to surprise venue JAM in the Ivy Precinct on the 19th.

The bar has been a secret passion project for Merivale CEO Justin Hemmes and his sister Bettina, who named the venue after their parents John and Merivale, who launched a clothing shop, jeans line, and record all titled JAM.

The pint-sized pink-hued space has taken its cues from Tokyo listening bars and is home to a 15,000-strong record collection which will be played on a custom vintage JBL sound system.

Each day, the team will select different records, with each visit set offer patrons a unique experience.

Sushi E’s Michael Fox has put together the food menu according to the Japanese-inspired brief.

Guests can expect sandos, skewers, and spring rolls as well as drinks from Creative Cocktail Lead James Irvine, who has focused on highballs, sake, and classic cocktails.

Bubbles, red, white, orange, and pink wines will also be available, with drops sourced locally and from afar.

JAM opens its doors on Friday afternoon and is the latest opening from Merivale, which will soon launch Good Luck Restaurant Lounge on 24 April.