The grand doors of Treasury 1860 on King William Street have officially reopened to the public with a new Artist in Residence, new winter menus and a pop-up florist all to discover.
Treasury 1860 operates in the former Treasury Building in the heart of the CBD. It has become a social venue that blends modern hospitality with opulent style.
Emma Hack has been enlisted as the venues Artist in Residence with her work hanging proudly on the walls of the bar and restaurant. She is known for her enthralling pieces that incorporate painted human forms and striking colours.
Currently on show are a few of Emma’s collections, including her Geometric collection and Flight of Fancy and Bloom collections. These pieces feature painted models with live birds and butterflies set against awe-inspiring floral backgrounds.
Emma’s work is definitely not to be missed, providing a pop of colour and beauty to the already incredible Treasure 1860 space.
While you’re viewing Emma’s mesmerising work, you can indulge in the restaurants new winter menu.
Designed to warm the soul, their hearty meals will feel like they’re giving you giant post-COVID-19 hug.
It’s packed full of crowd pleasers like pan roasted spatchcock with spiced pearl couscous, dukkha and apricot jus; a beef korma served with scented rice, cucumber & yoghurt salad, a lime pickle and pappadums; and a ‘Choo Chee’ Robarra barramundi served with green pepper, lime leaf & red curry coconut sauce.
If that didn’t whet your appetite, have a try of their signature dish – a decadent and delicious 1860 Beef Wellington.
The winter cocktail menu is serving up a unique twist on some old favourites.
Try the new Christmas in July, a wintery spiced take on a classic daiquiri. Or sip on the Irish Crumble, a complex yet delightful interpretation of your grandmother’s apple and rhubarb crumble, with a little Irish kick that’ll put hairs on your chest.
If you’re after something a bit more floral, try the Rosé Garden Sling, which showcases the new rosé infused gin from Adelaide Hills distillery, Press+Bloom.
Treasury 1860 also have a warming mulled wine and a devilishly delicious salted caramel espresso martini to keep you cosy this winter
The floral theme of cocktails and art continues with the pop-up florist in the courtyard. Little Ivy Flowers & Botanicals has set up shop with an incredible array of fresh and everlasting florals. Owner Sophie is there with her beautiful arrangements Wednesday to Friday.
From decadent food and cocktails to mesmerising art, Treasury 1860 is an inner-city retreat that’ll leave your belly full and mind enthralled.
Treasury 1860’s opening hours
Monday to Friday – 10am until late
Saturday – 8am ’til 11am / 3pm until late
Sunday – 8am ’til 11am
Find Treasury 1860 at 144 King William Street, Adelaide.
For more info, head to their website at https://www.treasury1860.com.au/.