Boogie Mountain was rumoured to be a little known commune that existed in the depths of Arizona during the 1970’s. Known for its hedonistic lifestyle and passion for the absurd, romantic and wild, the cult disappeared over-night, with whispers that it has resurfaced in various iterations across the world since.

Embracing this hedonistic attitude, Boogie Mountain now opens as a late-night rock club and live music venue in Potts Point.

Serving classic cocktails, an all Australian wine list, magnums of rosé and heaps of tinnies, all whilst rock anthems roll across the velvet couches and hidden nooks throughout the space.

The Boogie Mountain menu focuses on shareable and playful meals, featuring everything from decadent lobster poutine, chipotle chicken burgers, and all the way down electric avenue to a range of arancini style ‘Disco Balls’. The best part is that when the main menu stops, the ‘Lock-in Menu’ kicks in – delivering a selection of classics (Cheeseburgers, fries, apple pies etc) directly to your table.

Boogie Mountain, located on level 2, 33-35 Darlinghurst Road – Potts Point, Sydney.