And it’s better than ever!
Barangaroo House is turning pink this October with the return of its month-long celebration of everyone’s favourite blush-coloured drink. Launching on Tuesday 1 October, the second year of Rosé Rising will see the striking waterfront venue partner with renowned Champagne brands, Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart and Moët & Chandon to toast all things rosé, from an endless array of food and drink offerings, a rosé vending machine, roulette wheel, pink disco lift and a tiny pink room, hidden somewhere within the venue.
Kicking off on the ground level, House Bar will serve up frosé, carafes of rosé sangria and the venue’s signature ‘Rising Spritz’ (also available at Bea and Smoke). A custom vending machine will dispense mini bottles of Moët & Chandon Rosé Imperial whilst guests who purchase the 750ml version get the chance to spin the Rosé Roulette Wheel for a chance to win a series of prizes. When it comes to food, oysters will be the star of the show (served with a rosé mignonette, of course), with an oyster bar on Thursday to Saturday, a weekday $2 oyster happy hour from 4–6pm and Moët & Chandon Rosé Imperial and ½ dozen oyster bundles every day of the week.
Up at Bea, the pink-clad team will be launching a Ruinart Rosé Raw Bar with a touch of … you guessed it … pink. The raw bar will feature Ruinart Rosé and ½ dozen oyster bundles, hiramasa kingfish with rhubarb black pepper, Oscietra caviar and more, while Bea’s signature caramel koala will also receive a makeover for the month, with an injection of strawberry to turn its gooey caramel pink. Guests will be able to add a $55 bottomless rosé package to their Friday to Sunday lunches or add a rosé pairing to Bea’s chef’s menu any day of the week – ‘Classy’ for $60 or ‘Outrageous’ for $80.
Last but not least, rooftop bar Smoke will see the return of some of its bestselling rosé cocktails since the venue’s opening, as well as the chance to win a magnum of Veuve Clicquot Rosé, best enjoyed on a Saturday from 4pm with a side of Sydney’s best DJs. The pink theme will continue with a limited-edition snack menu including chicken liver parfait with flamingo gingerbread or a sugar-high-inducing pink macaron, raspberry musk stick and gummy bear dessert.
With so much to get through, Barangaroo House has developed a rosé passport to help guests keep track as they work their way through each level. With every experience completed, the passport gets stamped, with a total of six stamps scoring a chance to win a prize. Order from the Ruinart Raw Bar, get a stamp; order a glass of rosé, get a stamp; find the tiny pink room, get a stamp (*hint* it’s very pretty and very pink).
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