A Tatsuo Miyajima inspired cherry blossom bar is opening later this month in Sydney and it will be here hanging around until March next year. That may sound like a really long time, but please remember people – we’re already in October, which is basically November. Soon, it’ll be March, so you should probably mark your calendar right now with this one.
It’s all happening at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, in the outdoor terrace and is running to coincide with the Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect With Everything Art Series that’s happening at the MCA at the same time.
Once you’re there, you’ll sip on saké and cocktails underneath a canopy of cherry blossoms and lanterns. The cocktail list has been crafted with Japanese whiskies and saké at its heart, by the resident mixologist at QT, Jared Thibault. In the way of food, there’ll be share plates, typical of Izakaya. Think edamame, gyoza and chargrilled yakitori skewers – because nobody wants to sit out in Sydney’s summer elements, feasting on heavy food, am I right?
The bar will be running from the end of October, through to March and for all of the specific trading hours, head here.
What: Cherry Blossom Bar
When: Friday 28 October – Sunday 5 March
Where: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
If you would prefer to stick with the bars who're here to stay – head here.
Image credit: Lisa Borbély