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“Perfect night out”
Review of Lazy Bones Lounge

Lazy Bones Lounge
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed April 21, 2014

I have been wanting to go to this place since I read about it last year. My elder daughter is a jazz trumpeter, and now that she is almost 18 years old it is time to show her the world that starts after sunset. It was informative to see on the website that they allow under 18 year olds into the venue, so long as they are accompanied by an adult. After a trip up a flight if stairs in the Sydney inner west suburb of Marrickville you will be welcomed by a Lazybones staff member. The space has a good atmosphere and plenty of comfortable lounges. Drinks at the bar and a diverse menu keeps you entertained until the music starts. We ate an array of foods such as empanadas, and the specialty Bunny Chow, a curry served in a hollowed out bread roll, it was delicious. Teen daughters drank soft drinks whilst darling husband and i drank wine and beer. Food and wine is brought to your lounge by attentive waiters.We were entertained by a band called Wiseman's Circus, a cover of a song called 'In My Time of Dying 'and 'Groove is in the Heart 'by DeeLite, woo hoo. This was my daughters' first time in a bar/lounge with live music, so it was a real treat for them.Gracious host Craig has a great thing going here. We will be back.

Thank Lou655
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Reviewed February 1, 2014

Friends, who live locally, put us onto their favourite little bar/lounge/late night entertainment spot in Marrickville.

After a sumptuous dinner nearby, we arrived at Lazy Bones Lounge around 10.30. We payed our $10 admission fee and headed up the stairs.

We were greeted by a dark, atmospheric room with an art deco feel.
It was furnished eclectically with large sofas, lounges, arm chairs artfully arranged around assorted coffee tables, lamps and other bric á brac.
The walls were hung with prints & icons from every era and style. Near us was a Virgin Mary, a photo of Mohammad Ali in boxing kit, a matador frieze, a Mao statue and a Titanic model.

The room was full of 30+ aged people, enjoying a few drinks with friends, relaxing on the lounges, laughing and having a great time. And then the band returned to the podium.

Last night it was Groove Depot performing for the first time at Lazy Bones. I suspect it won't be their last. Fabulous groovy, bluesy, jazzy, folksy, reggae music oozed from their instruments and voices.

It was one of the best nights out for a very long time.
I cant wait to see Groove Depot again and to return to Lazy Bones.

Trouble is, I don't want too many people to know! I want this place to stay a little off the beaten track, a little unknown - our own special, secret hangout - just for us!

2  Thank BronaJoy68
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Reviewed January 8, 2016
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