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Published July 7th 2012
Tired of going to the same clubs and dancing to the same ol' songs that are played on the radio every hour? Need a new scene where you can really put those dancing shoes to use? Well, have I got a place for you!
Presenting the Supermild Lounge Bar - a tiny, underground bar aptly hidden away from the hustle-and-bustle of Hindley Street, next to Elysium Lounge Bar, and operating on a 60s-70s retro theme.
It doesn't matter what the occasion - whether you are after a birthday celebration, a quiet-drinks night, or simply a weekend out in town, if you can dance and sway to some tasteful and well-aged music, then this is your new place.
It has quiet the dodgy entrance, with steps leading you to a dark abyss, or so it seems. But fear not, for there is pure, classic entertainment that awaits you when you make it all the way to the bottom.
On making it to the basement, you can find yourself immersed in a dim and intimate form of lighting, plush sofas tucked in the corners, and a bright red bar that is bound to be busy at all times. So get in there while you still can, or else take a right and head to the dance floor to show off some retro moves.
Love it or hate it, it's a place worth visiting to! With amazing drink specials, colourful cocktails and thirst-quenching longnecks, Supermild has you covered. And you needn't worry about company because you are always surrounded by the ever-friendly staff and random strangers who will quickly become your new friends.
Friday and Saturday nights are particularly massive at Supermild, so you can expect to walk into a fully-packed party and feel a bit suffocated. Fret not, for there is a beer garden out the back, so take advantage of that space if you're in need for some air (or need a smoke for those cold, bitterly winter nights).
Entertaining, inspiring words on the bathroom doors of Supermild.
So get that beautiful, lacy dress out of the closet (or a dressy shirt with a retro tie, for the boys?), throw in those heels or other forms of dancing shoes and head into town for a magical, fun-filled, vintage experience- I promise you will feel like you've been transported back to the golden times.