Bar

The Treasury Plymouth - Bar

Welcome to The Treasury set in the stunning surroundings of a former 19th Century converted city treasury building (the giant walk in strong room still remains).

The land mark listed building provides the perfect location to relax and unwind morning, noon and night. The Treasury is also central to the city with ample parking.

Our bar holds an extensive range of drink choices including a wide range of cocktail options with over 35+ cocktails to choose from and bespoke options available too. Served by our experienced, professional and friendly bar staff.

If your feeling peckish be sure to check out our food options ranging from full meals to a wide selection of lite bites from our grazing menu. We are also featured in the “10 top Devon pubs for foodies” on the official Devon guide!

Every evening the venue provides a safe and stylish establishment to drink and entertain. In recognition of this we even won the “Best after Dark Venue” in the City & Waterfront Awards in  2014.

VIP Area…

Weekends are upbeat with funky dj’s and dancing! So take the opportunity of reserving the VIP area with queue jump privileges, free entry for you and your party and your own barman to wait on you!

Also check out our drinks selection, including the popular Treasury Treasure Chest!

Contact us to reserve the VIP area and be the envy of your friends.

Sample Cocktail Menu
Aperitifs

French 75
Bombay Sapphire, Champagne, lemon and sugar. Classic, fresh and elegant, much like its fan base – £9.00

Manhattan
Woodford Reserve bourbon, Dry or Sweet Vermouth, bitters. A warming whiskey drink originally invented for Sir Winston Churchill’s mother, obviously a woman of taste. – £7.00

Classics

Sour/Collins/Royale
Your choice of spirit, lemon juice and sugar.
Add soda for a Collins. Feeling adventurous? Try it with fruit or topped with champagne. Stuck for inspiration? Some of our favourites include: Royal Sloe gin fizz, amaretto, chambord or whiskey sours, raspberry collins, blackberry rum sour. The choices are endless so get creative! – £7.00

Negroni
Bombay Sapphire Gin, Martini Rosso and Campari. Served with an Orange Zest. Invented for Count Camillo Negroni in Florence, Italy – £7.50

Old Fashioned
Woodford Reserve Bourbon Whiskey, Angostura Bitters, Sugar Cube, Garnished with an Orange twist. Invented in the 1800’s and still one of the world’s most popular classic cocktails. – £7.50

White Lady
Bombay Sapphire Cointreau, Fresh Lemon, Egg White and Gomme. A timeless elegant classic. – £7.50

Favourites

Mojito
Bacardi, Mount Gay, Mint, Lime, Sugar.
Feel your worries and the weight of the world wither away with this old cuban favourite. – £9.00

Long Island Iced Tea
Stolichnaya, Cointreau, Bombay Sapphire, Jose Cuervo, Bacardi, lime, sugar, cola.
Fresh from the discotheque floors of the 70’s, this potent drink will put a bounce in your step and a boogie in your soul. – £7.50

Cosmopolitan
Stolichnaya, Cointreau, lime, cranberry, orange bitters.
A great choice for a casual night out, we can thank Carrie and the girls for reviving this cool and classy drink. – £7.50

Contemporary Cool
Spiced Apple Rickey
Morgan’s Spiced, lime, sugar, apple juice, Thatcher’s Gold. Sugar, spice and all things nice with a westcountry twist. The cider top tickles the nose while the rest of the flavours caress the tongue. – £7.00

Page Three
Plymouth Sloe Gin, Crème De Mure, Fresh Blackberries and Lime, topped with Schweppes Bitter Lemon. A Treasury exclusive – £7.00

Basil Fawlty
Hendricks Gin, PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur, Basil, Lemon and Gomme, Garnished with Basil Leaf. – £7.50


Treasury Spring Punch

Fresh berries, Stolichnaya, crème de Mure, crème de Cassis, lemon, sugar, Champagne.
The Treasury’s signature cocktail. Seasonal berries smashed with vodka and champagne. Fun, fruity and a little bit frisky. – £7.50

Liqueur Coffees

We have a vast selection of liqueurs that will add another dimension to any of our organic coffees. Some of the favourites are amaretto, kahlua, frangelico, butterscotch schnapps, cherry heering, benedictine and cointreau, but there are many other options, so have a look at the bar if you’re stuck for inspiration.
treasury staff lewis