Adelaide’s Boom Boom Room, a plush cocktail bar on Rundle Street, is about to launch their weekly Friday 60’s, 70’s and 80’s themed night.
The weekly Friday ritual will be hosted in the small but incredibly dressed space of Boom Boom Room. And the best part? Entry is free!
Boom Boom Room boasts rich red velvet booths and ambient lighting and is situated above internationally recognised chef and restaurateur Jessi Singh’s first Adelaide restaurant, Daughter in Law.
Singh’s Melbourne location of the same name is decked out with plush curtains, plants, pendant lights and featured art and is exactly what guests can expect at its Adelaide location with an elegant feel.
Party goers can expect to dance (finally!) the night away at the recurring decades party in what feels like a long lost 70’s boudoir until 2am, proving to be the perfect Friday spot after dinner downstairs.
Friday nights at Boom Boom Room are looking to be the new Supermild, a much-loved Hindley Street club that sadly shut its doors to the public several years ago.
Bringing a new alternate space to Adelaide’s East End, Boom Boom Room’s newest night kicks off this Friday 9 April at 9:30pm.
Find Boom Boom Room at 290 Rundle Street.