New nightlife destination RSVP South End with a bar, lounge, rooftop and nightclub is now open
RSVP South End is a nightclub that offers options for everyone in the friend group.
The new concept, located across from Fairwood 226, opens Friday, Jan. 20.
What’s happening: RSVP South End is a one-stop shop with four different event spaces in one. The acronym for RSVP is a description of each space: rooftop, stage, veranda and parlor.
- Co-owner Scott Jermyn says they strategically placed RSVP further away from the majority of bars and nightlife options in South End to provide an escape.
- The Assistant General Manager of RSVP South End, Katie Beltran, tells us the different options will allow you to make the most of your night.
- “There’s an option to not have to debate about different things. At RSVP you can have a cocktail and discuss where the night will go.” Beltran explains.
The vibe: Each space has a different mood that allows you to feel like you are in an entirely separate venue.
- Rooftop: The top floor has views to create the perfect atmosphere for a nightcap and new conversations.
- Stage: This space provides an exclusive club experience with VIP options including a special entrance.
- Veranda: The two-part outdoor space with a rooftop allows you to “vacation from the average South End brewery,” according to Beltran.
- Parlor: This section is located on the first floor and is designed to be an approachable elevated bar where you can ideally start the night.
Menu: Signature drink options vary within the four spaces to cater to each distinct vibe.
- Rooftop features five signature cocktails with a vodka and tequila base.
- Stage has craft cocktails and draft beers options.
- Veranda will have a frozen drink machine along with a small plate food menu.
- Parlor offers a wide variety of bourbon and whiskey options.
The design: RSVP also features work from local business owners and artists to give an Instagrammable experience.
- Beltran tells us they worked with local artists like Kyle Mosher to paint murals and Plant House for a refreshing greenery aesthetic. “Charlotte has so much to offer so we want to incorporate what so many people are bringing to the city,” said Beltran.
Details: Rooftop, Stage and Veranda will be open to the public Wednesday to Sunday.
- Parlor will open daily.
- Beltran says there are also options for people to rent out the spaces for events.
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