When Montrachet makes the move to King Street in Bowen Hills, they'll be marking their arrival in sparkling style. If you're one of Brisbane's favourite French restaurants, and you're shifting across town to brand new digs, that's how you celebrate — with a Champagne laneway party.
Expect three bars pouring 12 different tipples for four hours on December 9, with the fun taking over Machinery Street from 10am until 2pm. For $49, attendees receive a glass of NV Louis Roederer Brut Premier upon arrival, plus brunch canapes ranging from almond croissants and coffee éclairs to double smoked ham cruffins and baguettes filled with charcuterie, grilled vegetables and fresh mozzarella. Then, it's all about making your way through the other bubbly vintage, non-vintage, and rosé beverages on offer, at a per glass price.
If the menu sounds like a delicious treat, that's because it is being whipped up by Lyonnaise baker, Patrick Delbar, who is making his first baking departure from his homeland in over 35 years in the business. Anyone eager to test out his wares before he's unleashed on Montrachet's new all-day takeaway patisserie, here's your chance — but get in quick, because only 200 tickets are available.