The Hickson Road Reserve under the Sydney Harbour Bridge will come alive this summer with a Mediterranean cocktail pop-up bar.
Summer in Sydney is sizzling up this year with the introduction of Harbour Social. It will grace the foreshore of Sydney’s beautiful harbour for three weeks only from Thursday, 28th November 2019.
In partnership with The Rocks, this exclusive pop-up bar will showcase luxury and sophistication, coupled with some of Australia’s best culinary talent, premium beverages, local artists and DJs.
The Harbour Social will feature The Aviary, a 1979 Leyland Titan double-decker bus, which has been transformed into an exclusive venue. It will be a modern entertainment and event space on wheels. This upscale showpiece incorporated into the harbourside venue will be available for exclusive events and VIP guests.
In addition to this – and for the ultimate luxury experience – guests are able to reserve their own, butler-serviced, Harbour 1976 VIP Lounge for up to 10 guests. Decked with premium furnishings, the Lounge screams sophistication and comfort – perfect for relaxed, balmy evenings.
And for a slightly more casual affair, the lawn will feature a cocktail bar and dining area home to a live shucking station and elevated stage.
Harbour Social will be the place to be this summer.
On the menu, think freshly shucked oysters, buckets of prawns, shared style charcuterie plates and hors d’oeuvres. The Harbour Social will partner with some of Australia’s renowned culinary chefs to bring the best locally grown and sustainable produce.
The Harbour Social will pop up on Thursday 28th November through to Sunday 15th December, operating Thursday to Sunday for three weeks only. It is a ticketed event with various packages available, from general admission to the Harbour 1976 VIP Lounge hire. Ticket release date, food and entertainment line up will be announced in the coming weeks.
With stunning harbour views, sunsets at dusk and dazzling city lights at night, it will be silly to miss this.
Register your interest at Harbour Social. (Feature Image: Greg Fonne)