The upstairs Garden Bar is a Hamptons-style tropical oasis with greenery, clashing patterns, white wood and Pimms on tap.
October 29, 2014
Since opening in 2014, The Woolly Mammoth has been a mainstay of the Fortitude Valley nightlife scene. Originally opening as a hip craft beer hall and live music venue, the dark, man cave bar downstairs has received quite the transformation in the past couple of years. Enter Ivory Tusk, a vibrant and eye-popping reimagining of what the much-loved locale could be and ultimately still is.
Described best as a brother-sister dynamic, the brother has remained upstairs from its sister as the Woolly Mammoth Mane Stage. Local and Aussie acts from all genres regularly play to intimate crowds here with bands like Violent Soho, Gang of Youths and Boo Seeka all finding their way onto the stage.
A full bar is available but food has been left up to the Woolly Mammoth's lil sis to deal with. Make sure to fuel up on Mexican-inspired eats and margaritas downstairs before heading up and taking your place on the D-floor.