A brand new tequila bar is bringing a slice of Shoreditch cool to Cambridge this October.

Trinity Road basement venue 2648 is ready to launch a brand new tequila bar, hidden behind a bookcase in traditional speakeasy vogue.

The brand new spot is devoted to ‘sipping tequilas’ and traditional tequila-based cocktails, which have exploded in reputation within the hipster Shoreditch space of London.

It comes after the previous Vaults venue was refurbished two years in the past to create a retro house with cozy sofas, tiling and posters.

The bar has ramped up its recreation even additional by launching curated evenings with common DJ units and open mic nights.

The Trinity Street venue is upping its game.
The Trinity Road venue is upping its recreation.

Proprietor, Tunji Oyewobi, who additionally owns a bar and membership in Manchester, mentioned: ‘We’ve reached out the native scene to determine what’s lacking from the nightlife in Cambridge.

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“We’ve spent the previous couple of months securing a tremendous line up of occasions and DJs to create a Shoreditch fashion cocktail and DJ bar.

“Tequila is quick turning into the brand new gin. Our love of tequila and educating prospects about its versatility has led to the event of this new bar, which we will likely be launching in October.

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“We would like folks to know they will pop down right here and discover one thing that may swimsuit them – whether or not they need a dance or to hearken to laid again tunes while they meet up with mates.”

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Following buyer analysis Tunji mentioned he discovered folks needed extra curated evenings – a spot they might depend on to play good music – regardless of the style.

Vinyl nights are coming 2648

He added: “It was key for us to herald a full vary of various nights, so for instance we’re working with some folks like Primitive Music who run common nights with native and London DJs taking part in a mixture of minimal home and techno. “

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The venue may also host common vinyl primarily based nights, together with ‘Roustabout’ for lovers of rockin’ R&B, rockabilly, bounce jive and blues and one of the best in classic tunes.

For previous followers the basement bar will hold its established Wonky Disco and the newly widespread competition Wildwood Disco.

They’re additionally engaged on a programme of ‘competition fashion’ get together nights this autumn – within the guise of Love Frequency and Disco Underground.

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Native road meals suppliers may also host pop-up meals occasions that match the brand new cocktails on the menu.

Tunji mentioned: “We need to give folks an all-round experience- nice cocktails & meals, in a relaxed ambiance, with one of the best music on the town.”


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