A festival with bottomless rosé lunches, hidden pink rooms and even a rosé vending machine is taking over all three levels of Barangaroo House.
Barangaroo House is taking 'rosé all day' to the next level, transforming its entire three-storey venue into an homage to this pink drink for the entire month of October. Expect daily serves of the stuff in the form of bottomless rosé lunches, pop-up raw bars and a rosé vending machine, along with hot pink decor aplenty — including graffiti, neon lights, a disco lift and a hidden, all-pink room to boot.
Heaps of food and drink specials are on offer across all levels. Start at House Bar, which is serving up $12 glasses of frosé and $35 carafes of rosé sangria, plus rosé spritzes for $18. Meanwhile, a custom vending machine will dispense mini bottles of Moët & Chandon rosé and a pop-up oyster bar will be on every Thursday through Saturday. Swing by during weekday happy hour, which features $2 oysters and $6 glasses of rosé, along with $6 prawn rolls and $10 cocktails.
Next, make your way upstairs to Bea, where a second rosé raw bar features the likes of kingfish with rhubarb black pepper and caviar served with all of the accompaniments. On weekends, Bea is also offering $55 bottomless rosé lunches (Friday through Sunday, must be added to a main meal or set menu).
Up on the roof, Smoke is pouring and shaking a heap of rosé cocktails ($18–19), including the Coming Up Rosé (Belvedere, Lillet Rose and Chandon sparkling rosé with watermelon juice) and the Rosé Highball (rosé vermouth, Aperol and Campari with pomegranate and tonic). DJs are on every Saturday from 4pm, too.
For the full lineup of eats, drinks and entertainment — as well as to book a table — head to the Barangaroo House website.
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