Get ready to paint the town pink -TONIGHT JOSEPHINE IS HERE AND READY TO PARTY
Tonight Josephine Cardiff opens its doors and showcases a new look for one of Cardiff’s darkest venues.
The Adventure Bar group has officially launched their latest Tonight Josephine venue in Cardiff. Launching on Friday 8th April and located inside the former Charleston’s Steakhouse on Caroline Street, the bar boasts Instagram-worthy interiors and a lavish cocktail menu.
The site showcases a new look for the brand that has amassed a legion of fans in London and Birmingham with some of the most Instagrammed venues around, thanks to a signature fuchsia pink interior, sassy neon wall slogans – and lots of glitter.
Originally created with a focus around ‘Millennial’ culture (with the infamous pale pink hue adorning its walls), the new venue is refreshed with the rise of Gen-Z in mind. Alongside their iconic ‘Well Behaved Women’ sign, the venue features a new acid-green neon, sporting the words ‘Kiss the Frogs and Make Them Cry’. The windows are lined with a vibrant pink vinyl and bright green booths will line the walls.
Cardiff is the first Tonight Josephine venue to span across two floors and will have a capacity of 294. Revellers can expect a glittering cocktail menu, late-night adventures, and extravagant bottomless brunches when the venue announces its packed schedule of events, designed to encourage guests to dance at their tables whilst singing their hearts out.
The venue boasts a list of over 30 cocktails, including signature cocktails No Time For Napoleon (Lillet Blanc, lychee liqueur, peach nectar, cranberry and citrus juice) and Spill The Tea (Beefeater gin, violette liqueur, butterfly pea tea, citrus and lemonade).
Tom Kidd, Adventure Bar Group Founder, said “We’re thrilled to have opened our doors in Cardiff in true ‘Tonight Josephine’ style whilst showcasing a fresh, new look for the brand. Cardiff is such a young, vibrant and positive city; we’re confident Tonight Josephine will be really well received.”
Tonight Josephine opens its doors on Caroline Street at the former Charleson’s Steak house and will be open for food and drinks every weekday evening.