Tup Tup http://tuptup.org/ Thu, 04 Nov 2021 02:31:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.1 https://tuptup.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/cropped-icon-32x32.png Tup Tup http://tuptup.org/ 32 32 Glamorous Bar Bambi brings Carbonara Jaffles and a Negroni fountain to Original Cherry Bar https://tuptup.org/glamorous-bar-bambi-brings-carbonara-jaffles-and-a-negroni-fountain-to-original-cherry-bar/ https://tuptup.org/glamorous-bar-bambi-brings-carbonara-jaffles-and-a-negroni-fountain-to-original-cherry-bar/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 22:14:33 +0000 https://tuptup.org/glamorous-bar-bambi-brings-carbonara-jaffles-and-a-negroni-fountain-to-original-cherry-bar/

Bambi Bar looks like the darling of a NYC and LA dinner club, with old-fashioned Italian vibes for good measure – from the sparkling vintage Murano chandelier (with its 150 dark pink globes) to the expansive green marble bar and hammered brass rear bar. And then there’s the grand piano and the neon pink “Bar Bambi” sign above a private “rock star” dining area. The latest addition of AC / DC Lane, in the original Cherry Bar location, lets the good times pass.

From brothers Nick and Daniel Russian, he shares his name with – and is inspired by – a bar their nonno ran 80 years ago in his hometown of Trieste, in northern Italy.

The layout is the collective work of Nick and Daniel, and famous designer David Hicks. “We wanted to do old in a new way,” says Nick. There are curves throughout with dark wavy paneled walls, mission brown velvet banquettes meeting the arches of the walls on either side of the dining room, and recessed lighting that gives a soft glow to the rendered white ceiling. Tables are topped with crisp white tablecloths, each with a mushroom-shaped brass lamp and plush pink velvet chairs.

“For me, food is trendy,” says chef Salvatore Giorgio (formerly of Postmistress). “So while you have to have the basics, you have to evolve over time as well. He has concocted an Italian-centric menu of plates to share that begins with all kinds of antipasti, grilled lamb arrosticini (kebabs) and a jaffle carbonara, then progresses to pork cotoletta on the bone and grilled spatchcock butterfly. Or you can go quite classic with creamy cacio e pepe spaghetti; rich and spicy vodka pasta; or a pizza from the bar menu. Soon there will also be a very luxurious traveling cart filled with oysters and caviar.

Chief mixologist Matt Ambler, meanwhile, has compiled a long list focused on Negroni that includes versions made with mezcal, coffee and granita. And for group bookings, you can splash around on a majestic Negroni fountain. Other signature cocktails include the citrus Chinotto Fizz and the decadent Tiramisu Martini.

The wine list is a concise edition of predominantly Italian grape varieties, sourced from both Australian and Italian winemakers. There are also a few magnums listed, which suits the space.

Thursdays are piano nights, while Fridays and Saturdays there will be nightly dinners and back-to-back DJ sets. And spritz Sundays will also include the piano.

Nick says the focus won’t be just on food, drink or entertainment; instead, he tries to find a perfect balance between the three. For Nick, who runs and organizes the events company Together and who previously owned the Eve nightclub with his brother Daniel, “This is the next evolution in the nightlife business, in our opinion… We don’t want people to feel like they are stepping into a nightclub We want people to feel like stepping into a fancy room.

“You can come over for a bite to eat, and it can turn into a little party later in the night.”

Bambi bar officially opens its doors on Thursday 11 November.

Bambi Bar

AC / DC Lane, Melbourne


Wed to Sat 5 p.m.-late

Sun 12 p.m.-late


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New nightclubs open in New York https://tuptup.org/new-nightclubs-open-in-new-york/ https://tuptup.org/new-nightclubs-open-in-new-york/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 20:30:11 +0000 https://tuptup.org/new-nightclubs-open-in-new-york/

Other recent openings run the gamut of a small restaurant and concert venue called Chelsea Table + Stage, which began scheduling shows in September, at Rash, a nightclub in Brooklyn, and Brooklyn Made, a venue. concert hall which is distinguished by luxury facilities for artists, including a swimming pool.

Gao and his partners signed the lease to Nebula in 2018. They planned to open the following year after a $ 6.5 million renovation. But between the delays, the pandemic, and huge increases in the price of materials and shipping, it took $ 12 million and another two years to install huge mobile screens and state-of-the-art lighting.

Six preview events proved Gao’s idea that New Yorkers wanted a central place to hang out after new openings in recent years clustered in warehouses in Brooklyn that have more space. Nebula, at 35 W. 41st St., measures 11,000 square feet and has hosted between 600 and 700 guests at pre-opening parties since October 22. The club officially opens on Friday November 5th. Two weeks later, a 3,000 square foot lower level will open three private rooms, which can accommodate karaoke nights and corporate events. Gao said these book well with corporate clients for the holidays.

Currently, Nebula is open on Fridays, Saturdays and some Thursdays; Gao said that when tourists return in November, he may plan additional weekdays parties.

Further downtown, Chelsea Table + Stage has said it is finding its place after the pandemic as it seeks to fill its 130 seats with guests who enjoy both fine dining and live music at jazz performances Wednesday night and Friday night headliners.

“Our plans were based on 2019, but it’s not the same,” said John O’Mahoney, a partner. “Whatever the current trend, we are finding our way. “

Michael Dorf, founder and CEO of City Winery, said he too has noticed that industry sites are generally a bit slower than expected due to reluctance to come together. But he expects spring and summer 2022 to bring complete normalcy to a landscape with more exciting nightlife than in 2019.

“We’re going to come out with more great food and cultural neighborhoods than Manhattan has seen in a long time,” he said.

Dorf said City Winery, which moved from Tribeca to a new space in the far west of Manhattan during the pandemic, is looking for several smaller Manhattan locations to open in the future.

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Four ‘potential peak incidents’ dealt with by volunteers in Manchester city center over Halloween weekend https://tuptup.org/four-potential-peak-incidents-dealt-with-by-volunteers-in-manchester-city-center-over-halloween-weekend/ https://tuptup.org/four-potential-peak-incidents-dealt-with-by-volunteers-in-manchester-city-center-over-halloween-weekend/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 17:51:32 +0000 https://tuptup.org/four-potential-peak-incidents-dealt-with-by-volunteers-in-manchester-city-center-over-halloween-weekend/

Ambulance volunteers dealt with “four potential peak incidents” in Manchester city center last weekend.

It is not known whether the patients helped tested positive for substances commonly used to augment drinks, the St. John Ambulance said.

The charity issued a warning on the peak before Halloween weekend.

Volunteers were stationed on Sackville Street in Manchester’s gay village Friday and Saturday night as part of their usual weekly patrol to help clubbers in need of help.

But the service has encouraged Halloween revelers to be extra vigilant following the increase in the number of people being spiked across the UK.

A spokesperson said: “The St. John Ambulance (NTE) Nighttime Economy Support Services provide medical care and support to help keep people safe and healthy.

The St. John Ambulance was parked in the village this weekend

“Teams of rescuers and experienced healthcare professionals can also point out the services involved, including sending people to hospital if necessary, and arrange to ensure that those who are slightly injured or whose wear and tear is worse go home safe.

“If you or others are not feeling well, let the bar and door staff know who can call for medical assistance where they can contact the NTE service.

The Manchester Night Time Economy (NTE) Village service is an open, inclusive and supportive service providing non-judgmental assistance to users of the service.

“We are LGBTQ + friendly, aware of the challenges people may face, and are highly motivated to provide help and support to the community.

GMP investigating reports

“We will support the city’s nightlife economy and take the pressure off NHS services by providing first aid and medical treatment on site, where possible.”

Following the weekend patrol, St. John Ambulance confirmed that “four potential peak incidents” were presented to the service over the weekend.

They pointed out that this was the total number presented to the team and that volunteers would not be able to “confirm or test related substances”.

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The charity has already warned of the main telltale signs of a spike, such as loss of balance, fatigue, decreased inhibitions, visual problems, confusion and vomiting.

He also encouraged club goers to stay with friends, never leave drinks unattended, and don’t accept drinks they don’t see being poured into the bar.

Almost 200 reports of doping of drinks and 56 injection peak reports have been made to British police forces over the past two months.

A Greater Manchester hospital saw ten patients walk through its doors last weekend who all had symptoms suggesting they may have been doped, according to the MEN.

Hundreds of people attended the ‘End Spiking Now’ demonstration in St. Peter’s Square

Police in Manchester are investigating after three girls fell ill at Ark nightclub on Deansgate Locks in September.

While a series of young women have come forward to say their drinks have been spiked in Fallowfield and downtown.

Hundreds of people demonstrated in Manchester city center last week in response to the spate of reports of female drink and injection consumption.

People across the UK boycotted the clubs on Wednesday night following the reports.

42nd Street and The Venue nightclubs in Manchester city center have closed in solidarity with the boycott.

Warehouse Project boss Sacha Lord attended the event with Mayor Andy Burnham.

Lord, who is also a night economic adviser to the mayor – a introduces testing at WHP in response to worrying rise in nationwide reporting .

Clubbers who fear they may have been drugged with GHB, GBL or Rohypnol were tested by superclub medics last weekend under a new program, which will remain in place during upcoming events.

None have tested positive, Lord said.

]]> https://tuptup.org/four-potential-peak-incidents-dealt-with-by-volunteers-in-manchester-city-center-over-halloween-weekend/feed/ 0 Man refused entry to Late Bar, Bourne, convicted of harassment after “campaign” against door staff https://tuptup.org/man-refused-entry-to-late-bar-bourne-convicted-of-harassment-after-campaign-against-door-staff/ https://tuptup.org/man-refused-entry-to-late-bar-bourne-convicted-of-harassment-after-campaign-against-door-staff/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 17:10:00 +0000 https://tuptup.org/man-refused-entry-to-late-bar-bourne-convicted-of-harassment-after-campaign-against-door-staff/

A man who was refused entry to a Bourne nightclub launched a “campaign” against door staff who refused him, a court said.

Toby Dawson, 23 of London Road, Spalding admitted four charges of non-violent harassment when he appeared before magistrates in Boston.

Continuing, Dale Brownless said the harassment started from a “minor incident” at the Late Bar in Bourne on the evening of Saturday August 14 when he was refused entry. He and his brother had been banished a few years earlier.

Boston District Court

Mr Brownless said that should have been “the end”, but Dawson then launched a “campaign against the staff of the two doors” by “threatening” against them “to know where they lived”.

The next day he contacted the head of the gate staff, again claiming that he “knew where they lived” and that he “knew boys who could get them”.

He said Dawson also messaged the wife of one of them, demanding his phone number and confirmation of his address, as well as a Facebook post trying to find out where he lived.

Mr Brownless said after a friend blocked him on Facebook, he sent a “barrage of messages” and 27 calls to his partner, and also contacted his employer on Instagram.

He said when police saw Dawson in October, he told them he had been banned from the club four years ago and thought it was unfair. Dawson claimed he tried to find them to find out why he was still banned.

The court heard that Dawson had previously been convicted of harassment against a former girlfriend and several violations of the no-contact order that had been imposed.

Mitigating, Philippa Chatterton said Dawson made a “full and frank confession” of the offenses.

She pointed out that he had only had one conviction for harassment while the other convictions had been handed down for violating the order which had led to a suspended prison sentence which had now expired.

She said he went to the club thinking he could get in because it was his brother who behaved badly which led to the ban, and he thought it was unfair to be be refused entry.

She said he appeared to have an obsessive personality but had never seen a doctor about it and added that the threats were “empty threats made in the heat of the moment.”

She also pointed out that he did not violate his bail conditions by failing to contact the four victims.

After hearing from the probation service, the magistrates ordered a 12-month community ordinance with 25 days of rehabilitation and 80 hours of unpaid work for the community.

He was also ordered to pay a total of £ 195 in legal costs and charges and a restraining order was imposed on the four victims for a year.

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Hibernian ‘went beyond’ Covid guidelines before outbreak – Ben Kensell https://tuptup.org/hibernian-went-beyond-covid-guidelines-before-outbreak-ben-kensell/ https://tuptup.org/hibernian-went-beyond-covid-guidelines-before-outbreak-ben-kensell/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 17:05:11 +0000 https://tuptup.org/hibernian-went-beyond-covid-guidelines-before-outbreak-ben-kensell/

General manager Ben Kensell is adamant Hibernian has done everything possible to try to deal with the coronavirus outbreak which has led to the postponement of two Premiership games.

Last weekend’s game in Ross County was called off just hours before kick-off after positive test results returned, while Saturday’s trip to Livingston was postponed after other cases at the in the last few days.

Kensell revealed that 15 players from the first team and the development team tested positive, as well as three staff.

When asked if he felt the club had done everything in their power to comply with Covid guidelines, the chief executive replied: “Absolutely. I made sure we were thorough in our investigation by reviewing the events and phoned NHS Lothian to make sure we did everything we needed to do.

“We have been informed as a club that we have followed the right advice in terms of moving two coaches, testing every day of the week. In many ways we’ve gone above and beyond, but it’s not something we should be proud of. It’s just something we should be doing as a professional club.

“We handled it as soon as possible and did what we needed to do to make sure there was no further spread. We believe we have now contained him in both the first team and the development team and we have closed HTC (the training ground). Everyone who is affected is self-isolating. “

Confirming the scale of the outbreak, Kensell said, “I won’t go into personal details, but we have eight players who gave positive PCR tests, plus seven more in our development team, so ultimately we have 15 players directly affected.

“Four other players are indirectly affected by close contact or their vaccination status. And we have a long injury list, which only gives us eight players over the age of 18 available. In addition, three staff members are affected.

Kensell has dismissed reports that some Hibs players were seen in violation of regulations by not wearing masks at the team’s hotel last weekend.

He said: “I am confident in our processes and after investigating the complaints, I trust our staff and our players to do what is necessary to mitigate the spread of Covid.

“They are aware of their responsibilities. I don’t want to focus on a comment from someone who is trying to create problems. I’m not interested in tabloid speculation questions. I am only interested in the well-being of our staff, our players and our fans.

Kensell expects striker Kevin Nisbet to join the Scottish squad, while competent authorities are currently in discussions to determine whether Martin Boyle – one of those isolating – can join the Australian squad. .

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Middlesbrough club offer lids to protect clubbers’ drinks from peaks https://tuptup.org/middlesbrough-club-offer-lids-to-protect-clubbers-drinks-from-peaks/ https://tuptup.org/middlesbrough-club-offer-lids-to-protect-clubbers-drinks-from-peaks/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 14:00:35 +0000 https://tuptup.org/middlesbrough-club-offer-lids-to-protect-clubbers-drinks-from-peaks/

Dancing in a nightclub with friends should be the time to let go.

But recent reports of fortified drinks have led nightclubs and venues to take a stand and clubbers to be on their toes.

The Middlesbrough Empire, Corporation Road, is one such place and he called on StopTopps to protect the drinks.

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The anti-puncture aluminum lids were designed to deter drink biters and are suitable for any drinking container.

“The Empire is now officially part of the Stamp Out Spiking UK with new StopTopps available for free in our bars to cover and protect your drinks ”, the popular place posted on facebook.

“If you see any suspicious activity or something that doesn’t look right, please report it to Empire personnel overnight.

Middlesbrough Empire has joined Stamp Out Spiking UK campaign and offers StopTopps to protect drinks

“I hope all bars, pubs, venues and clubs will follow suit so that we can make Middlesbrough a safer place.

“Let’s put a lid on it and have a good time.”

In a recent Teesside Live story, a father recounted the horror after his daughter contacted him, believing she had been doped at a party.

To prevent such cases from happening again, sites such as The Empire have joined the Stamp Out Spiking UK campaign, which offers resources and solutions to help people stay safe.

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]]> https://tuptup.org/middlesbrough-club-offer-lids-to-protect-clubbers-drinks-from-peaks/feed/ 0 Dublin bar and club operator advises new hotel group to buy sites in Dublin https://tuptup.org/dublin-bar-and-club-operator-advises-new-hotel-group-to-buy-sites-in-dublin/ https://tuptup.org/dublin-bar-and-club-operator-advises-new-hotel-group-to-buy-sites-in-dublin/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 13:46:11 +0000 https://tuptup.org/dublin-bar-and-club-operator-advises-new-hotel-group-to-buy-sites-in-dublin/

As reported by The Business postLongtime Dublin bar and club operator Jay Bourke works as a consultant with the new Dunmore hotel group, which is buying venues in Dublin.


Bourke is reportedly running the Wellington pub on Baggot Street, which Dunmore reportedly acquired off-market for around € 2.3million last month, and is involved with Walters in Dún Laoghaire, which would be the group’s second bar acquisition.

Previously owned by hotel company Alan Clancy’s House, Walters has been closed for many years but is expected to reopen shortly.

Sources close to the group are said to have said Dunmore is currently considering several other ads.

Led by lawyer John Givens and backed by a small number of other anonymous investors, Dunmore is said to have secured funding from small and medium-sized lender Capitalflow.

He would have the ambition to own up to a dozen bars in the capital. He reportedly looked at Fitzgerald’s, a family-owned pub in Sandycove, south Dublin, but did not make a sale there.

Bourke, co-founder of the 1990s RíRá club, The Globe bar and Eden restaurant, would continue his involvement with Panti Bar and Penny Lane, where he and Rory ‘Panti Bliss’ O’Neill, the flirtatious and activist, are investors. .

He is said to have advised the Dunmore Group on food, drink and venue design. The Wellington, which has been a pub since 1820, has been owned and operated for over 20 years by John and Monica Gibney. Minor work would be done there by Dunmore to improve ventilation and restore existing features.

Walters, closed for nearly a decade, is said to have undergone a substantial renovation before its next reopening.

Bourke was reportedly at the center of a fury over his Berlin bar last year, after scenes of a brunch held there went viral, appearing to show violations of the COVID-19 restriction rules. .

He is said to remain disqualified as a director since a 2017 High Court ruling barring him from serving as a director for seven years, due to the liquidation of Shebeen Chic, his former pub on South Great George’s Street in Dublin . The judge said he negotiated when he was insolvent.

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Several bars in the capital have reportedly changed hands in recent times, despite the potential deterrent of trade restrictions due to the pandemic.

Larry Murphy’s on Baggot Street was reportedly acquired last month in a € 1million deal by hospitality giant Press Up.

Meanwhile, the recently expanded Galway Bay brewery, which recently merged with the Brú Group, reportedly acquired the former Thomas Read’s and Oak bars on Dame Street for around 6 million euros in August. Slattery’s in Rathmines reportedly changed hands for around € 3million in the same month.

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Liberian Athletics Federation Election Commission issues guidelines https://tuptup.org/liberian-athletics-federation-election-commission-issues-guidelines/ https://tuptup.org/liberian-athletics-federation-election-commission-issues-guidelines/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 08:37:37 +0000 https://tuptup.org/liberian-athletics-federation-election-commission-issues-guidelines/

Monrovia – The Liberian Athletics Federation (LAF) Election Commission has released guidelines for the federation’s elections, which are scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 20, 2021.

The elections are part of the 63rd LAF General Assembly, which will bring together members of the Executive Committee, registered clubs and individual members to be held at the offices of the Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) on Randall Street, Monrovia.

The LAF leadership elections are scheduled for the next four years, which begin from 2022 to 2026, and in accordance with the LAF statutes and constitution, and that of World Athletics (WA) which calls for the holding of elections after every four years.

The last LAF elections took place on Saturday, November 25, 2017.

Cllr. Sylvester Dorbor Rennie is the chairman of the three-member electoral commission. Cllr. Rennie is the Vice President for Administration of the Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC).

According to the electoral directives, the positions to be filled are those of president, vice-president for administration, vice-president for technical affairs, financial secretary and treasurer.

The LAF Directive states that each candidate wishing to challenge any of the above positions, as mentioned, must write a letter to the Secretary of the Commission, indicating their interest in using one of the media and must also pay a non-refundable fee to the Secretary. of the Commission as follows:? ? ? ??? Financial Secretary and Treasurer US $ 150.00 each.

“Registration starts from Wednesday November 3, 2021 and ends on Monday November 15, 2021 at 6 p.m. for candidates wishing to contest one of the positions at the LAF General Assembly scheduled for Saturday November 20, 2021” , indicates the directive.

“Only the club chief and executive committee at the time who qualified on the Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF) list will be eligible to compete. In the case of the individual, he / she can compete for any of the positions; and in the case of institutions, each club is also allowed to present a single candidate for one of the posts.

Before a member can run for an election in the LAF leadership election or have the right to vote, that member must have attended three of the four general assemblies / congresses, ”he said. -he declares.

The LAF guideline states: “Individual and affiliate clubs / members who are not involved in the activities of the LAF, are not eligible to contest, participate or propose a candidate to participate in the election until that said clubs / individual members assume their active role. The list of qualified (eligible) candidates will be published by the LAF Election Commission on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at the LAF offices at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville and in select local newspapers. “

According to the LAF directive, each qualified candidate will be required to submit a passport-sized photo for the same photo to be placed on the ballot and the campaign for the LAF election begins on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 and ends on Friday, 19 November 2021, by midnight.

He also indicated that the LAF Election Commission will also publish the list of qualified voters on Wednesday, November 16, 2021 at the LAF offices at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville and in some local newspapers.

“On Saturday, November 20, 2021, elections will begin as stipulated in General Assembly / Congress documents to the Liberia National Olympic Committee on Randall Street, Monrovia (LNOC) and will last for three hours. The counting of the ballots begins immediately after the close of polling stations, and each candidate is requested to send the name of a representative when voting, counting the ballots and announcing the results.The results of the elections will be announced immediately after the counting ballots, ”says the directive.