Travel Back to The 1930s Art Deco Era at The Oak

by Madeleine Borgersen

Transformed by Sibella Court of The Society Inc (the brain behind multiple Merivale venue styling) the 1930’s art deco revamp brings the upper bar of The Oaks Hotel into a scene from a Wes Anderson film, the perfect atmosphere to enjoy the swankiest of cocktails on the weekend.

Travel Back to The 1930s Art Deco Era at The Oak

One of the three areas in the newly revamped Upstairs at The Oaks Hotel, Neutral Bay.

Paying homage to the historical owners of Neutral Bay’s iconic pub that opened it’s doors in 1885, the Furlongs, along with current owners, the Thomas family, the redesign is quirky, bold and best of all – fun.

Think plenty of fabric embellishments, indoor plants, bold patterns and art deco furniture.

With plenty of areas perfect for gathering with a group the main three areas of the new Oak area available for events for 20 to 60 people, including The Terrace & Spare Room, The Licensee’s Flat and The Dining Room.

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