While most bars in this neck of the woods are either complete dives or uber swank, Laszlo is a bit of both and at the same time neither. With a vague Commie theme, represented in the propaganda on the walls and Cold War era drink names, Laszlo is the perfect destination for a pre or post dinner drink, weekend brunch or mental all out party on a Sunday night.
Want a Sidecar? Ask for a Checkpoint Charlie. A Dark & Stormy? Ask for the Little Sputnik. You get the idea. Can’t be bothered to play along? Don’t sweat it, the staff are as nice as they come and won’t hold it against you. Lots of exposed brick and metal work give an industrial chic feel, with the bar as the main focus stretching along one side with a myriad of bottles. There is a second level, opening up like a loft, which is perfect for people watching below and calling dibs on the hot bartenders and babes with mates.
Hungry? Laszlo is connected to the delish Foreign Cinema, and you can order anything off their menu if you bat your eyelashes right. It gets pretty busy most evenings between the awesome happy hour and FC diners waiting for tables. As the night progresses it turns into an all-out dance party, with DJs every night, do it people.