Capulet Bar

Fortitude Valley

CAPULET BAR HAS CLOSED IN MAY 2019.

 

Were Romeo and Juliet around today Capulet, with its fairy lit garden alcoves, velvet booths, cool cocktails and in house fashion parades would have been the kind of bar where they played out their ill-fated romance. Especially with its secluded location at the gritty end of Brunswick St away from the Valley mall.

Instead Juliet's namesake bar is a haven for hipsters looking for something out of the ordinary, be it a prospective Romeo (or Juliet) or a chilled escape from the mall scene. The indoor section has a bar and velvet booths backed with leaf patterned Florence Broadhurst wallpaper and out back is the enchanting cottage garden adorned with astroturf, white picket fence and outdoor bar, where patrons can indulge in cocktails, craft beers, cider and wine.

Meanwhile sessions at Capulet carry on the romantic theme, with Juliet Thursdays, Friday (soon to be Fashion Friday) Friends of Capulet, Capulet Saturdays and Verona Sunday sessions.

Need to know: patrons must pass muster with a doorman so leave the tracksuit and runners at home.

Capulet

188 Brunswick St

Fortitude Valley

Thu 7.30-late

Fri 7.30-late

Sat 1-late

Sun 2- late

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188 Brunswick St Fortitude Valley

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