Food & Drink

A Pop-Up Rosé Garden Is Hitting This Riverside Bar

By Ranyhyn Laine
27th Sep 2021

hands holding a bug filled croissant roll

Time to break out the florals and welcome in spring with a glass of bubbly rosé, because the ever-creative crew at Customs House are bringing back their spring-inspired pop-up bar. 

While the igloos have been in residence for winter, come October it will be all about rosy-hued bubbles and floral, with endless popping of bottles of Moët & Chandon rosé amongst fresh white garden furniture and plenty of spring blooms. There’ll be more than a few other other rosés on offer too of course, not to mention some rosé based cocktails, so those Friday afternoon drinks might go for a bit longer than planned for, you know? 

white chairs decked in floral decorations

While you sip, chow down on crispy pumpkin flowers filled with goat's cheese and sundried tomato or Hervey Bay scallops with vanilla cauliflower and a chorizo crumb. Plus, those delicious Moreton Bay bug croissants from the last pop-up are staying on the menu, so if you haven’t crunched into one yet, you’ve still got plenty of time—we suggest  and getting it with truffle fries, aioli and a glass of Moët & Chandon rosé for $43.

If you're just there for the 'gram, the selfie opportunities will be endless, with open-air floral domes bedecked in botanicals set to land by the river. You and up to nine friends will be able to fit inside, and best of all no bookings are required.

It all kicks off from Friday 8 October, open Friday to Sunday for sunset sips—you can get all the details here

The Details 

When: Fridays and Saturdays, 4pm–late, and Sundays, 2pm–8pm
Where: Customs House, Brisbane City 
Find out more here

For more spring vibes, check out these flower walks around Brisbane

Image credit: Supplied 

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