MORE ABOUT THIS EXPERIENCEDo you feel lucky? Whether or not the cards are with you, you're certain to have a memorable stag poker night at The Roosevelt, one of the coolest venues in Sydney. Get some friends together, head through the hidden corridors and step into the speak-easy era in the private poker den. Your regular poker night just got an upgrade!
In the private room at The Roosevelt, you'll settle into leather banquets and pull up to the professional poker table.
Head chef Gomez Braham has created a tasty tapas menu based on the notion of the American diner. Enjoy a selection of sharing plates from the Americana Tapas menu.
The atmosphere is cool and classy, so it's the perfect place to put on your poker face while you enjoy a fine cigar, or sip single malt among friends. If the latter is your style you're in luck, because you'll also indulge in a gentle-manly afternoon of Whiskey appreciation with a whiskey connoisseur. To truly recognise a good whiskey, you must understand the rich history and the transformation processes involved in creating a fine drop. The whiskey's you'll explore on the evening are American, Japanese, Highland Malt and Islay. You'll also enjoy the juke box, along with Australia’s largest collection of art deco and vintage cocktail shakers, and the bespoke Liquid Nitrogen Trolley. In other words, The Roosevelt will take care of the atmosphere, so you just have to choose your company and show up. And trust us, your friends will be impressed.
With such a unique atmosphere in a venue that has been graced by the likes of 'Blue-Eyes' Frank Sinatra, it won't really matter if you're winning or not. But then again, it wouldn't hurt! learn more
BET YOU DIDN'T KNOWYou'll enjoy this fantastic Sydney poker night in The Roosevelt, one of the most unique venues in the city. Opened in 1947 by Abe Saffron, the Roosevelt in Potts Point was for many years the most successful and infamous club in Australia, which says a lot!
In its heyday, The Roosevelt brought a touch of Hollywood to town, with wonderfully produced shows, the likes of which had not been seen in Sydney. Some of the more famous guests included Sammy Davis Jr, Ella Fitzgerald, and Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra, all of whom were flown in to perform. The club became the most important stop for Sydney's elite, including politicians, high-ranking police and judges.
These days The Roosevelt is the perfect place to enjoy yourself at the poker table. So what are you waiting for? It could be your big night!