With Freedom Day upon Melbourne and summer looming, all eyes are on beer gardens and rooftop bars. Melbournians have earned it! Check out this handy rooftop bar guide to plan your entry back into drinking society.
Until we can get back on planes to Japan and enjoy their amply boozed-up convenience stores and vending machines, it’s thrilling to see some Japanese pre-mixers hit the stores here. This one doesn’t quite pack the punch of the 9% version, but it’s a great springtime sipper. Not too sweet, and great for picnics.
While Sydney’s freedom day did not disappoint, Melbournians no longer need to pretend we are drinking coffee while have a sneaky martini. Onwards and upwards people!
This immersive cocktail adventure is an ideal party experience. It comes to you by the interactive team behind The Wizard’s Den, Beyond Cinema and The Art of Murder. The 90 minute topsy-turvy journey into the magical realm of Wonderland is customisable to your needs. For those both curious and curiouser – this will be the… Continue reading Immersive cocktail experience.
This warehouse conversion space in the western suburbs is waiting for your big event. It is a blank canvas setting with an exclusive bar and loads of party space. Make it your own – it’s time to celebrate!
This versatile space is waiting to host your soiree. You may decorate the space as you wish and will have your choice of catering, including the ability to park a food truck in the rear lane. Also the bar stocks a modest range of snacks. The drinks menu offers three beers on tap, some cocktails,… Continue reading The Grand on Stanley
We are loving this gin and cucumber cocktail as the sunshine comes out. It’s great for spring and summer, and you can pop some in a soda or soft drink container and take it picnicking.
You get a big party room complete with pool table, bar, couches, lots of mingling space and rustic decor. Charge your glasses and get ready to celebrate! KB’s Noosa is ready.
Freedoms for vaccinated adults will come into effect on the Monday after NSW hits the 70 per cent double dose target. They include vertical drinking. Hospitality venues can reopen subject to one person per 4sqm inside and one person per 2sqm outside, with standing while drinking permitted outside. We’ll drink to that!
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