The Rose Room, the final of the four original bar concepts to open at the Domain Northside’s entertainment district Rock Rose, is about to give North Austin something that part of town has never had before — a two-story nightclub with bottle service and table reservations.

Photo by Arianna Auber / American-Statesman. The Rose Room aims to be “a forum for sound and light,” producing a “cacophonous symphony of energy,” according to the website.

Opening on Friday, the swanky dance club joins the Union Venture Group’s three other bars along Rock Rose Avenue: Saint Genevieve, a regal wine lounge; Jack and Ginger’s Irish Pub, a casual hangout with more than 80 beers on tap; and 77 Degrees, a rooftop rum bar. All are next door to each other.

None are quite like the Rose Room, the goal of Union Venture Group’s co-owner Darren Van Delden.

“For the past year, we have been preparing for the Rose Room’s debut, and I am confident that this venue will offer the most innovative experience in the Austin nightlife scene,” Van Delden said in a press release. “The unveiling of our club will offer a second-to-none atmosphere and entertainment that’s just a taste of what the Rose Room will continue to bring to Rock Rose.”

The nightclub aims to dazzle from the moment you walk inside thanks to an escalator with flashing lights that will lead you into a red-hued entrance hall. From there, you can dance your way into the sprawling main space: an open two-story room with a dance floor in the center, three bars serving up drinks and stadium seating throughout, as well as balconies that overlook the Rock Rose district. A house DJ will provide the music each night, according to the press release. A small local design firm, McCray and Co., gave the Rose Room its striking look.

And when you’re leaving the Rose Room via staircase, you’ll pass 77 Degrees on the way — a tempting nightcap.

The Rose Room will be opened Fridays and Saturdays only from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., with three levels of table service ranging from $200 to $500 and bottle options including spirits and champagne. (Be prepared to spend.) For reservations, call 512-743-1400; for more information, visit