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Speakeasy meets Gatsby at the new Non Disclosure Bar

Saddle up Geelong, hospitality heavyweight Gorge Camorra is opening up another bar right in the heart of town.

The brains (and chief mixologist) behind G-Town’s beloved 18th Amendment Bar and Manhattan Bar, Gorge Camorra is bringing all his chops to the new Non Disclosure Bar, located just where you need it; Little Malop Street.

Much like the 1920’s Prohibition speakeasy style locals have come to love at 18th Amendment, Non Disclosure will have that same old-world America feel, but this time with a dash of Gatsby thrown in. Think high class finishes, rare and delicious spirits and world-class service.

Camorra says the bar is as much about a cracking night out as it is a time-warp through history, thanks to the number of important historic bottles on show. Spirits and liqueurs from Camorra’s personal collection, which he has sourced from around the world for over 20 years, will turn into your favourite cocktail classics at the hands of expert mixologists.

“If you started dinking whiskey in the 80s, we’ve got whiskey made in the 80s still there, bottled, because it actually does change. If you like a Negroni, we can make you one with vermouth, Campari and gin from the 1970s.”

In keeping with the 1920’s gentleman’s club atmosphere, Non Disclosure seats just 42 guests, so an intimate but surprisingly non-elitist night awaits. There’ll be a Martini cart that comes to your table and makes your cocktail before your eyes, a cheese trolley to keep your stomach lined, plus fresh oysters and charcuterie for the hungrier among us.

As for the interior, after four months of extensive renovations, guests can expect a gorgeous Art Deco style to while the night away in. Non Disclosure is set to open up in August, so start planning your ultimate night out now.

THE DETAILS
WHAT: Non Disclosure Bar
WHERE: Little Malop Street, Geelong
WHEN: August 2021
MORE INFO: Non Disclosure Bar


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