Dining Domes at 6HEAD
These private dining domes for groups of up to six are popping up at waterfront fine diner 6HEAD.
July 11, 2022
Whether it's an igloo or a pop-up glamping tent, Sydneysiders love a luxurious and private outdoor dining space. With winter in full swing, waterfront fine diner 6HEAD is taking these private dining pop-ups to another level with its unique set of dining domes along Sydney harbour.
Located at the historic Campbell's Stores in The Rocks, 6HEAD will be erecting domes in its al fresco dining area to provide a luxurious experience with unbeatable views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The domes will pop up from Friday, June 28 until Sunday, August 28 with space to accommodate groups of up to six for a night of food, drinks and harbour views.
There are two domes sizes, medium and large. The medium size can accommodate up to four people and comes with an attached minimum spend of $1000, while the large size can fit you and five others but has a $1500 minimum spend.
While you're watching the commuters cross the bridge and the waves crash against the pier from the comfort of your dome, there are a couple of different ways you can attack the 6HEAD menu. A la carte options include starters like wagyu bresla, oysters and caviar alongside a seafood-heavy mains selection and a hefty array of steaks ranging from MB3+ fillet for $67 all the way up to the signature MB9+ wagyu tomahawk for $350.
If you want the decisions taken off your hands you can opt for one of the set menus. The most extravagant option — The Dawes — will set each guest back $164 and includes olive bread, wagyu bresaola, kingfish ceviche, Mayura rump tartare, dry-aged tomahawk, rice pudding and a dessert cheese board.
A premium or deluxe wine package can also be added to the set menu, both of which include a variety of sparkling, red, white and rosé.
To reserve a place in the 6HEAD waterfront domes, head to the restaurant's website.
Images: Steven Woodburn
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