This Melbourne Bottomless Rosé Brunch Will Help Save the Planet
Stop the spread of ocean pollution simply by clinking your glasses and saying ‘cheers’.
In our attempts to stay on track with being sustainable, sometimes we need to reward ourselves for our efforts. But, what if there was a way to save the planet and celebrate with friends at the same time?
This is where The Emerson comes in to play.
Just in time for the end of Melbourne’s five-day lockdown, South Yarra’s favourite rooftop restaurant and bar, The Emerson, has partnered with The Hidden Sea – a premium, Australian made, environmentally conscious wine brand – for a two-hour bottomless rosé brunch over two days that does just that. Welcome to The Emerson x The Hidden Sea Bottoms Down Brunch.
Striving towards their mission to create a worldwide movement, The Hidden Sea will be co-hosting alongside The Emerson for a weekend full of wining and dining – all for a good cause.
So, apart from being treated to endless glasses of The Hidden Sea’s Rosé which is famed for its sweet strawberry and cream flavours, guests will be able to take their pick from some of The Emerson’s famed brunch menu options including a cheeseburger with fries, a fried chicken sandwich and the Jackson Pullock (BBQ pulled jackfruit with slaw, pickles and mayo) to name a few.
And, if you thought that the feel-good moments stopped there, let us tell you that for every ticket sold, The Hidden Sea will remove 10 x 500mL plastic bottles from the ocean on your behalf. Talk about a win-win situation.
Drink wine and help save the planet? We don’t mind if we do!
The Emerson x The Hidden Sea Bottoms Down Brunch
When: Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 February 2021, 12pm and 2:30pm
Where: The Emerson – 141-145 Commercial Rd, South Yarra, VIC 3141
For more information: The Emerson’s website
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