Tags: live music, cocktail bar
A retro-sexual haven of cosmopolitan kitsch and faded granny glamour. The home you always wished you had. A temple to good booze and a testament to the fact that drinking is fun, entertaining and enjoyable.
The bar crew (or â€˜grandchildren', as they're referred to by owner James Bradey) are a friendly lot who are also incredibly helpful, despite the crowds.
Grandma's, if you haven't guessed, is a cocktail bar. Sure, they have a small selection of beers, ciders and wine on offer, but it's more a nod to the subject than anything else. Wines are listed as simply â€˜French' â€˜Red' â€˜White', etc. If you want more detail you'll have to ask. And no doubt they'll somehow talk you around to a cocktail instead. Beer-wise, you're looking at Tiger or Boag's and cider is Monteith's only.