A club with a penchant for crackers and crackers’ crackers is a bit of a no-brainer, but it can sometimes be a bit difficult to spot.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released the first in a series of reports on what the country’s top nightclubs are doing to keep their patrons away from other patrons.
And while it’s true that most of the country has some bars and clubs, some are actually more of a mix of bars and casuals than others.
This is where you’ll find clubs like the Pabst Blue Ribbon, the Blue Room, the Brasserie, and the Gogol Bordello.
But the club that has been known to attract the most attention is also the one with the most indoor drinking, the Pampers in Fitzroy.
Its the best known of the Australian cocktail clubs and is famous for their cocktails.
While it’s no secret that Fitzroy is home to some of Australia’s best cocktail bars, there’s another club, the Old Fitzroy, which attracts more than its fair share of punters.
Even though Fitzroy’s most popular cocktails are the Pimento and the Gin and tonic, its also a cocktail capital, and with a number of bars that cater to the cocktail crowd, its the place to go.
What is a Pamper?
The Pampership is a cocktail lounge where you can drink your Pampos, and it is located on the first floor of the Painsmore, a high rise apartment block that was built in the 1960s and is the heart of Fitzroy City.
It’s a mix between a club and a bar, and is known for its drinks, including cocktails like the Gin-Tonic and the Bacardi Bar.
A Pampery is the name given to the area where the drink is served, which is usually a large glass with a poncho on top.
When it comes to Pampering, you’ll want to get your drink at one of the large bar windows overlooking the ground floor of Painsmor.
Pampers also serve a number types of drinks, from the traditional gin and tonics to cocktails like Pampo, the Bacardis and the Blue Ribbon.
As well as its cocktail and cocktail lounge culture, the area is known as Fitzroy Park.
For many years, Fitzroy has been home to many different styles of pubs, including the iconic St Georges and The Pamperers, both located on Fitzroy Street.
Fitzroy Park is home of the St Georgens, and was once home to the legendary St Georgas Bar, the last bar to be owned by the famous St Georgans family.
However, in the early 1970s, the Fitzroy St Georgais was sold to the Australian Capital Territory’s Royal Australian Navy, who renamed the area Fitzroy for the reason that the name Fitzroy was derived from the first name of the Fitzsons, George and Georgie.
Now, as the Fitz Royds go, Fitz Royd’s have gone their own way.
If you have any questions about what the PAMPERS in your city are up to, you can contact them on 1800 555 222.
Topics:clubs,alcohol-impaired-drinking,health,crisp,fitzroy-2040,australiaFirst posted April 21, 2019 08:37:42Contact Sam FennellMore stories from New South Wales