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3 Bald Men Design Venue Fit For A King


3 Bald Men Design Venue Fit For A King

Wellington locals will be charging their glasses in celebration this month with the opening of the city’s trendiest new sports bar, the Four Kings.

Located on Dixon Street, this multi-level venue is the product of creative hospitality geniuses 3 Bald Men.

Incorporating natural timbers, wrought iron and polished concrete floors, the design is one of a kind in the CBD, and promises to become the central destination for sports fanatics and beer-lovers alike.

Promising a superior guest experience, the Sports Bar features more than 70 plasma and LCD screens, complete with eight Lazy-boy arm chairs to sit back and enjoy the game, race or match. State of the art TAB facilities are located in the Lounge area, along with enclosed booths that enable guests to watch different sporting events separately or hold their very own private party.

3 Bald Men Director Steve Small says that the design of the bar is unique for Wellington.

“We have created two levels of state of the art entertainment space which excites the senses at every opportunity, whether it be for a casual drink at the bar, a superb meal in the Grill or amongst the crowd for a major national sports event”.

The Four Kings Grill, situated on the main floor, houses a massive Island bar, where over-the-counter meals can be ordered. Alternatively, there are individual tables for dining, which can seat up to 20 people for lunch or dinner.

Music at the venue will be a mix of live bands & jukebox. DJ ‘Uncle Monkey’ will be a permanent fixture on Thursday evenings to allow locals to kick their heels up after a stressful day at the office.

“The Baldies” are looking forward to seeing the venue become another much loved ‘local’ as punters get to experience all the Four Kings has to offer.

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