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Roosevelt Lounge

75 Surf Parade, Broadbeach QLD, Australia

Max Cap. Seated



Group Menus starting from



exclusive venue hire starting from

$10 000


Tapas & Cocktail Bar

A Little About Us

Step back in time to the golden age of glamour and indulge in the luxurious ambiance of the Roosevelt Lounge, Broadbeach's premier speakeasy bar. The 1920s boutique bar is a luxurious and glamorous establishment, exuding an air of exclusivity and sophistication. The dimly-lit space is adorned with art deco furnishings and embellishments, including plush velvet chairs, sparkling crystal chandeliers, and ornate gold accents.

The atmosphere is alive with the sounds of a Saxophonist, played live by a talented artist in the corner. The air is thick with clinking of glasses as patrons enjoy a variety of classic cocktails served by impeccably dressed bartenders in crisp white shirts and suspenders.

The conversations are lively and animated, filled with laughter and the occasional whispered secret. The ambiance is one of intrigue and excitement, as patrons revel in the thrill of being part of something illicit and exclusive.

At Roosevelt Lounge, we believe that every event should be unique and memorable, and that's why we offer personalized service to meet your individual needs. Our intimate size makes it an ideal venue for private and corporate events alike, and our professional team will work with you to create a custom package tailored to your preferences.

Why not take your event to the next level with a Gatsby themed dress-up party? Let our luxurious venue transport you and your guests back to the roaring twenties, where the champagne flowed and the music never stopped.

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- Private Dining Room
- High-End + Elevated Setting
- Nearby Hotels: Sofitel, Dorsett, The Star, Peppers, Meriton, Phoenician
- Walking Distance to GC Convention Centre + Casino
- Great for Cocktail Style Events
- Corporate Events
- Private Celebrations

A luxurious speakeasy bar that transports you to the glamour of the 1920s

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