The Hi-Fi's concept bar scratches all the right places. Delicous cuisine with a view.
Oh Hi-Fi, you had me at hello! You bring the best live music, have the sharpest venue in town, the coolest spot to stop for a drink and are now serving me delicious, amazing, mouth watering food. Is there anything you can’t do!?
The Hi-Fi’s newest addition, Vinyl, is scratching in all the right places. The concept tapas restaurant/bar is cleverly designed to allow patrons to enjoy a leisurely beer or meal and still bare witness to the on-sight performances via live projection and audio feeds. But much more than that, Vinyl serves amazing food. Plain and simple.
Catering for carnivores, omnivores, vegetarians or vegans, Vinyl’s menu stars an array of delicious cuisine from bruschetta to pumpkin pie, ocean trout to Wagyu cheeseburgers, miso eggplant and sirloin steak. All of this alongside friendly and attractive staff (now offering table service), vibrant print wall paper, and a bar with all the bells and whistles, it really is hard to deny Vinyl’s fun, exciting persona.
Published on March 06, 2011 by Sarah Hazlehurst