You’ll never go thirsty at the Breezeway – South Bank’s cluster of watering holes serving some of the finest tipples around. From craft beer to whiskey and even absinthe, the beverages are flowing in this lively alleyway.
The Breezeway is a drinking and dining destination home to four fine establishments: Tomahawk Bar, Bourbon Street, The Manhattan Line and Hop & Pickle. The recent opening of Hop & Pickle was the olive in this laneway’s martini, providing the finishing touch to the precinct.
Sure, you can walk from one end of this alleyway to the other in a matter of seconds, but pull up a barstool at one of these haunts and you’ll quickly lose track of time. Here’s an introduction to the Breezeway’s key players:
It’s all about craft beer at Tomahawk Bar. Local and renowned brews rotate amongst the taps, while the menu is designed to complement the beer offerings. Order yourself one of Tomahawk’s burgers and you’ll be set, with a beer in one hand and a meal in the other.
Good old-fashioned Southern hospitality is the focus of Bourbon Street. This little slice of Louisiana takes its inspiration from New Orleans, offering a creole food menu, Southern-style drinks and an entire selection of absinthe.
Hop & Pickle
Hop & Pickle is a take on the classic British gastropub. As the name promises, the public house provides a selection of great beers, as well as deep-fried pickles. On the menu you’ll also find pub classics like the Sunday roast and share plates for those who like to graze whilst sipping a pint.
The Manhattan Line
With New York-style street food and a fine selection of whiskey, The Manhattan Line has the vibe of a laid-back American bar. The whiskey selection is a source of pride in this establishment, as are the hot dogs and other drops including beer and cocktails.
The taps are always frosty in the Breezeway. We’ll raise a glass to that.