Food & Drink

A Pop-Up Rosé Garden Bar Is Hitting Customs House For Spring

By Ranyhyn Laine – Ranyhyn is the Editor at Urban List Brisbane

Time to break out the florals and welcome in spring with a spritz, because the crew at Customs House are back with their seasonal spring rosé pop-up bar.

While the igloos have been in residence for winter, come Thursday 21 September it will be all about zesty cocktails and seafood bites, not to mention the popping of bottles of Moet & Chandon Imperial amongst fresh white garden furniture and plenty of greenery. There’ll be more than a few other other sips on offer too of course, including lychee and raspberry caprioskas, so those Friday afternoon drinks will be a little bit bougier than usual for the spring.

While you sip, chow down on shellfish platters, snack on barramundi goujons with aioli or get a little fancy with oscietra caviar with blini and condiments. Plus, those delicious Moreton Bay bug croissants from last year's pop-up are back, this time with lime anda dill mayo, so if you haven’t crunched into one yet, we suggest stopping by.

If you're just there for the 'gram, the selfie opportunities will be endless, with open-air garden domes bedecked in greenery and an abundance of pink flowers set to land by the river. You and a group of freinds will be able to fit inside, and best of all no bookings are required.

It all kicks off from Thursday 21 September open Thursday to Sunday for sunset sips—you can get all the details here

The Details 

When: Thursdays and Fridays from 4pm, Saturdays and Sundays from 1pm
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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