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The best event venue for you will differ according to the type of event you plan on hosting. After all, a child’s second birthday shouldn’t be hosted at a cocktail bar, and a corporate function shouldn’t be hosted at a child’s playhouse. At Heritage Lounge, we understand that choosing a function venue or party venue can be difficult. Not only do you want to impress your guests, but you want to set the scene for an enjoyable and memorable occasion. There...

When organising an event or heading out to a local bar or Sydney pub with friends, the key to impressing your acquaintances is understanding the best food and drink pairings. Although it’s easy to argue that a delicious cocktail at a Paramatta cocktail bar will go well with any type of food, it is true that there are certain pairings designed to excite the tastebuds. The best bartenders from our Paramatta function venue have gathered together to bring you this exclusive...

When having guests over for a dinner party or celebration, it’s tempting to try to and impress them with your DIY bartending skills. Crafting the perfect cocktail isn’t always easy, so you can take some advice from the bartenders at Heritage Lounge Paramatta. We believe our premium cocktail bar ranks as one of the best Sydney nightlife venues, so you can trust what our expert crew has to say. Use fresh ingredients Many of the best cocktails use lemons, limes, strawberries,...

Work functions sound fun in theory, but they can quickly turn to horror if you don’t plan and prepare the event in an appropriate manner. At Heritage Lounge, our Parramatta bar regularly hosts corporate functions, so we know a thing or two about work party planning. Here’s the top tips from our team. Professionalism is crucial. There are many different types of people who work in workplace, with varying backgrounds and values. If you choose to host your corporate function at...

With the unprecedented horrors and unexpected twists of 2020 almost behind us, most Sydney socialisers are now looking towards the year ahead to see what the hottest trends and behaviours will be. Keep reading to see what’s in vogue this upcoming year. Gin for the win! When it comes to bar orders in the most popular clubs and bars around Sydney, gin is rising the ranks to become one of the most desired drinks. In 2021, it’s also expected that cocktails...

As we all know, choosing a venue is the biggest decision that needs to be made in the lead up to an event. The venue can make or break the occasion. Unless you have your own mansion home to gather the troops in, you are most likely looking for a local bar or club to host your celebration. We are seasoned party planners, so we know all of the common mistakes to avoid. To give you a helping hand, we have...

Gin has been pouring freely, laughter has been echoing through booths, our chefs have been run off their feet, guests have been parading cheesy smiles, and the venue speakers are hot from soundwave vibration… Over the past few weeks since reopening, our team have shared many yarns with committed guests showing admirable support for our bar. While this has been a challenging and turbulent time for our team, we have been overwhelmed and gratified by the great backing from our loyal...

Sharing platters are more than food. They are a way of life. Platters of food genuinely bring people together and act as a brilliant mantel pieces to form relationships over. They are an excellent talking point, and can act as a suitable replacement for a celebratory cake or main meals. It’s a sneaky way to ensure a cheap dining experience. Forget the fact that you will be swatting your loved one’s hand away from the last piece of cheese that you wanted...

Aussie socialites are continually searching for new and creative ways to enjoy a night out. New nightlife venues are regularly appearing in the inner city, as well as in the greater suburbs of capital cities. But, a bar must do more than open its doors to attract a crowd of people about town. The truth of the matter is that most modernisers do not necessarily care about the venue itself. They care about what that venue has to offer. Show us...

With the silly season rapidly approaching, socialites are already beginning to plan the proceedings for their Melbourne Cup festivities. There is nothing worse than forgetting to organise your event, panicking in the week leading up to the Cup because you have nowhere to go, and then ultimately eating stale cheese off a china plate in your living room. For those who do not live in Victoria, organising the day is not as simple as purchasing a ticket to Flemington. Sydney onlookers...