The beauty of disco was that it turned anybody and everybody into the star of the show. With good times and four-to-the-floor hypnotic rhythms, the night was for the taking. After two years of the pandemic, the spirit of disco is in the air again and Lil’ Tiger cocktail bar has donned the bell bottoms, put up the glittery ball and crafted a delicious food and drinks menu to keep the party going.
But to get the party started, Lil’ Tiger is getting you into the groove with a fabulous, free-flowing cocktail special. No matter if it’s the midweek blues you’re trying to get over or if it’s Saturday Night Fever in your system, they’ve got you covered with two hours of bottomless disco cocktails. Add an endless stream of freshly-fried chips and salsa and you’ll be getting down and getting low as the star of the show.
Lil’ Tiger is an intimate and chic neighbourhood cocktail bar found in the hip Robertson Walk riverfront complex. However, it got off to a scratchy start when it tried to open in the midst of the pandemic but now it’s in full swing. The disco ball is spinning overhead, the warm glow of the Tala pendants is lighting it up and the disco DJs are locked and loaded.
Step inside Lil’ Tiger for a whole lot of fun and get the time started on your free-flowing disco cocktail menu, of which there are six delicious cocktails to try. Whether it’s the whisky highball Macho Man that takes your fancy, the gunpowder gin Ring My Bell, or the Hot Stuff mezcal that gets you poppin’, there’s a disco concoction for how you move.
The good times will keep on rolling and Lil’ Tiger’s revamped menu packed with bar bites and mouth-watering mains will keep your tastebuds satiated for the entire evening. Highlights include the Gochujang Mac & Cheese, the French Onion Burger and Snake River Farms Wagyu Patty served with gruyere cheese and caramelised onions. Bar favourites like the Pork Schnitzel and juicy Butcher’s Steak are still on the menu.
Lil’ Tiger has also put forward a range of signature and classic cocktails to go along with its disco-inspired drinks so you can switch it up throughout the rest of the evening. We hear The Grape Mistake is a winner with fruity hints and a bit of kick at the end. You’ll also find beers and wines on the menu as well as cake.
The neighbourhood cocktail bar is sly enough for a special disco date and dapper enough for a night out with friends. You’ll feel like the star of the show whenever you visit.
Check it out today and take advantage of the Free-Flow Disco Cocktail special to get you, your friends and everybody else into the groove. Lil’ Tiger is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 4pm-12am.