The Gin affair Sydney has been waiting for.
After several successful collaborations in Melbourne, Bombay Sapphire is bringing Project Botanicals to Sydney. For this year’s event, the Sapphire team has locked eyes with the guns behind The Botanic Gardens Restaurant, The Barbershop, The Rook and Bar 360. This botanically inspired pop-up is a herb and botanical love story that will put even Snoop Dogg to shame.
Once you step into the micro-world of gin, this interactive journey will carefully explain the ten exotic botanicals found in Bombay Sapphire. Located at the Botanic Restaurant in the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens, there is nothing left to the imagination, as the iconic view of the Sydney Harbour will wrap up the event in a way only Sydney can.
Carefully shaken, stirred and strained by Sydney’s industry legends, these cocktails are paired with tasty tapas-style dishes, unlocking a fully flavoured tour. Whilst sipping on gin and revelling in joy, there will be live DJs spinning records for every session of the pop-up.
Bookings are essential, and tickets are selling fast. This is a two week event only, so if you want to get a piece of the must-attend gin event of the year, you better get on it. The $49 + booking fee ticket includes two meal pairings and two cocktails, with an allocated 2- hour dining session. There is also an opportunity to purchase additional dishes and cocktails for $12 per item. Click here for Menus and event FAQ’s.
Please ensure that you arrive on time to maximise your experience, and note that each session is strictly two hours in duration.
Below are the magical dates and hours:
Week One: 2nd – 5th March 2017
Week Two: 9th – 12th March 2017
Thursday & Friday | 6:00PM – 8.00PM | 8.30PM – 10:30PM
Saturday | 12.00PM – 2.30PM | 6:00PM – 8.00PM | 8.30PM – 10:30PM
Sunday | 12.00PM – 2.30PM | 3.00PM – 5.30PM | 6.00PM – 8.30PM
Please contact customer service for groups over 8 and corporate bookings on email@example.com
Project Botanicals is at Botanic Gardens Restaurant Royal Botanic Gardens
Access via Henry Lawson Gate
Mrs. Macquarie’s Road NSW 2000