Throwback Thursdays Launch at Cargo Lounge

Before Ivy Sydney, The Argyle, and the small bars, Cargo Bar and in particular Cargo Lounge was my favourite place on earth. I was there every Friday and Saturday night not missing a single beat. It had the music, the beautiful people and the atmosphere that a person in their 20s and early 30s wanted. Now Cargo Lounge competes with many other bars, and to continue to attract the young professionals of Sydney, Cargo Lounge launched Throwback Thursdays on 22 May 2014. At the launch, the beautiful youth of Sydney congregated to enjoy complimentary dumplings, pork buns and dims sims, while sipping Tanqueray gin, Captain Morganspiced rum or bourbon whiskey mixed with freshly squeezed juices. What a treat it was getting premium beverages (instead of the cheaper house spirits offered by other bars) for free at a launch. From this Thursday onwards, Cargo will be offering dollar dumplings and the best of the 80s and 90s Hip Hop and RNB Jams. All I can say is, that despite the onslaughter of the ‘big’ bars and then the small bars, Cargo Lounge hasn’t lost its charm. — at Cargo Bar

 

Photo: Before Ivy Sydney, The Argyle, and the small bars, Cargo Bar and in particular Cargo Lounge was my favourite place on earth. I was there every Friday and Saturday night not missing a single beat. It had the music, the beautiful people and the atmosphere that a person in their 20s and early 30s wanted. Now Cargo Lounge competes with many other bars, and to continue to attract the young professionals of Sydney, Cargo Lounge launched Throwback Thursdays on 22 May 2014. At the launch, the beautiful youth of Sydney congregated to enjoy complimentary dumplings, pork buns and dims sims, while sipping Tanqueray gin, Captain Morgan spiced rum or bourbon whiskey mixed with freshly squeezed juices. What a treat it was getting premium beverages (instead of the cheaper house spirits offered by other bars) for free at a launch. From this Thursday onwards, Cargo will be offering dollar dumplings and the best of the 80s and 90s Hip Hop and RNB Jams. All I can say is, that despite the onslaughter of the 'big' bars and then the small bars, Cargo Lounge hasn't lost its charm.

 

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