The GOODS from The Keefer Bar
Vancouver, BC | New Years Eve 2011 saw the birth of The Keefer Bar’s ‘New Years in Narnia’ trilogy, wherein the bar was transformed into a winter wonderland complete with ice sculptures, snow, an Ice Queen and (what seemed like) Champagne falling from the sky. This year we’re back to do it all again, only this time we’re taking it deep – and maybe getting a little wet. The Keefer Bar presents New Years in Narnia II, The Return to Narnia: A Nautical Shipwrecked Adventure Brought to Life.
For the first time, The ladies of Sweet Soul Burlesque will be collaborating with creative forces of the Keefer Bar to bring you a new years for the record books. The Keefer bar will be transformed into an underwater wonderland, complete with seahorses, mermaids (even the possibility of a couple of mermen) and a Wardrobe entrance into the fantasy we are creating.
This will be a night filled with the same incredible drinks that The Keefer Bar is famous for, on top of 3 sets of sexy sassiness of the Sweet Soul Godesses and the best beats by DJ Micro Douglas. Champagne toast at midnight is included in ticket price and your favourite, most creative nautical costumes are highly encouraged. Get all the details after the jump…
NYE at The Keefer Bar is not to be missed! Join us to celebrate all that 2012 was, and all that the coming year will bring!
Manager: Danielle Tatarin
Creative Director: Free Lee
Assistant Managers: Keenan Hood & Jennine Banks
About The Keefer Bar
The Keefer Bar is a place where you can come to escape the rush and unwind in a unique atmosphere where cocktails, food and music are in harmony. The intricately designed cocktail program focuses on Apothecary style drinks created to soothe ailments and balance one’s mood. Ingredients for the Asian influenced small plated food and specially crafted drinks are sourced from local Chinatown markets and herbalists. Bar Manager, Danielle Tatarin and Creative Director, Free Lee work with their team to develop the exceptional atmosphere and unique house made tinctures, bitters, syrups and teas to incorporate into the pre-prohibition influenced drinks.