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Business News (more headlines) 04-29-2014

Laruche Announces Upcoming Weekly Events

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[BRISBANE, April 29, 2014] –Laruche, a decadent bar in Brisbane, announces its weekly offerings of some good music and jamming together with cocktail drinks and a scrumptious selection of sliders adoptive of tapas-style with a European influence. The two-level bar is an ideal venue for cocktail parties and even for corporate functions. With its designated outdoor smoking venue and a restaurant kitchen, events can be held in different areas varying in aesthetic styles and sizes.

Sunday Nightcaps

Customers can indulge into good music and cocktail specials at the Nightcaps of Laruche. The event is held every Sunday starting 7 in the evening until the break of dawn. According to Laruche, disc jockeys will pump up the night with excellent playlists. Apart from the different theme each week, a variety of food choices and specials on the basics are also offered for $10 per dish.

Sliders & Ciders

With the Sliders and Ciders every Thursday night, Laruche provides customers the enjoyment and satisfaction with two sliders of their choice, along with two handcrafted Batlow Crisp Apple Ciders for only $16. Starting from 5 p.m. onwards, this combo is the ultimate deal for two, according to the Fortitude Valley-based bar.

An Escape from the City

Apart from its party atmosphere, Laruche notes that its decadent design isa common theme of bars in Brisbane providing customers a sense of comfort. The bar also said that the lounge chairs, plump sofas and chandeliers, which are inspired from nature, will be enjoyed by customers who need an escape from the metro.
According to Laruche, customers keep coming back for the reasonable prices of its food offerings—from Manchego croquettes and chipotle chilli chutney at $8 to chocolate brownies, fresh berries and Italian meringue for $10—along with the strong cultural significance the place offers.

About Laruche
Laruche is a Brisbane bar that can accommodate a 300-person crowd in its double-storey venue. It is the place for night outs, casual meetings and dancing. The bar is flexible in providing a party atmosphere or a relaxing haven.Apart from its renowned customer service and elegant ambiance is an affordable price list that customers simply cannot resist. It is located at 680 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley in Australia.The bar is open from Wednesday to Sunday at 5 p.m. until dawn.

For more information, customers may visit www.laruche.com.au.

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