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Olivia’s Townhouse to open European-style cocktail bar in Nottingham city centre

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The brand new bar will be opening in September at the former Fat Cat premises in Chapel Bar.

Olivia represents today’s social butterfly and style influencer who expects and demands the very best. The exclusive venue creates the perfect place for cocktails, champagne and music!

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Olivia’s and it’s sister venue The Butterfly Room are European style Landmark Luxe bars.

The design takes inspiration from several sources from Parisian boutiques through to the quintessential English country house.

 

Olivia’s use a rich palette of luxurious fabrics, wall textures and beautiful paint and paper finishes alongside delicate and glamorous crystal chandeliers, against harsh, rustic concrete and reclaimed wooden flooring.

Olivia’s clientele is a mix of post office drinkers and grazers, through to high end special event table serves.

The brand also work closely with a constantly growing range of corporate customers who recognise Olivia’s as a brand they wish to be associated with, where they create lavish and memorable one-off events, product launches and annual hospitality functions

‘It is our aim that an experience at Olivia’s should provide you with something to see, talk about and remember, our drinks are created using the finest premium products, by our trained mixologists in the most stylish glassware available.’

An Olivia’s cocktail should be delicious, memorable and Instagramable.

‘Our drinks menu include bespoke signature cocktails, specially selected champagnes and hand picked craft beers, alongside a rustic pizza menu!’

For more info or to get email nottinghaminfo@oliviastownhouse.com

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