A kitsch Palm Springs-inspired pop-up bar from the Howler crew.
December 19, 2020
Brunswick bar and music venue Howler has added to the family, unveiling a breezy new pop-up that'll be sticking around for the summer months. With a look reminiscent of some Wes Anderson film set in 1960s Palm Springs, Howlerwood has taken over a sunny position just around the back on Michael Street and it's your new go-to for balmy drinking sessions every Wednesday to Sunday.
Expect sunset hues, palm fronds and twinkling festoon lights, painting a dreamy backdrop for the bar's lineup of kitsch cocktails. Summery sips include a range of boozy slushies — think, watermelon margaritas and a frozen Blue Hawaiian — alongside crafty tins and shareable cocktail jugs to split between two or four.
Meanwhile, your mates at vegan pizzeria Red Sparrow are also on board, slinging plant-based woodfired delights out of their food truck from Friday to Sunday. With a few slices and a couple of spritz, sunset sessions here are looking pretty blissful.
Howlerwood is open from 4–10pm Wednesday–Friday and 2–10pm Saturday–Sunday.
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