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The Bar

The Bar itself holds its own kind of magic. Whether you favour craft cocktails, serious spirits, Greek beer or a transporting glass of wine, the Greek Goddesses will serve you with love and wisdom. 

When you discover the ancient Greek Gods six Cocktails, you shall also discover that life is so endlessly delicious in this secret sanctum of which you can enjoy on our alfresco deck by the sea.


Cocktails  Champagne  Spirits  Wine


Classic Cocktails
The French Martini A sumptuous purple colour issuing from the famous Chambord vodka, it gives a nod to its heritage - it’s Louis XIV who first sampled the liqueur.  for this King of Cocktails we also have…Dry Martini | Bikini Martini | Espresso Martini The Margarita Cocktail Part of the daisy family of cocktails, popular in the early 20th century, containing tequila, citrus juice and an orange liqueur Negroni Cocktail Story goes that the drink was invented in Florence in 1919 when Count Negroni asked for a slug of gin in his Americano in place of the soda. So the aromatic and dangerously alcoholic Negroni was born Kir Royale Cocktail Crème de cassis with French champagne, created by a Catholic priest in France, his cocktail creations was part of his resistance to the Nazis. A true hero who helped rescue many prisoners of war. The Manhattan Cocktail The most famous cocktail in the world shortly after it was invented in New York City’s Manhattan Club, sometime around 1880 (as the story goes) Two parts whiskey, one part sweet vermouth and bitters. Stirred, never shaken. Old Fashioned Cocktail The sophisticated cocktail, with a blend of bourbon, bitters, soda and sugar made its first appearance in 1806 primarily consumed first thing in the morning as a remedy for headaches and nausea. The Cosmopolitan Cocktail A favourite for celebrities from Miami to New York, this famous cocktail is made with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, freshly squeezed lime, gossip and laughter
Aperol Spritz Cocktail This popular aperitif is as visually pleasing as it is tasty: a three-two-one ratio of Prosecco, Aperol and Soda.

Or Perhaps try one of our Craft Grecian Cocktails

Contact Us


Suite 108
Jones Bay Wharf

26-32 Pirrama Road


Wilsons Carpark opposite Wharf


Opening Hours

Thu - Fri


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5.30pm – Late



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