March into Merivale 2017

There’s a new flower shop right in the city at Palings by Merivale

Palings Flowers is here, bringing a bespoke flower service in the heart of the CBD.

Located next to Lorraine’s Patisserie in the ivy Sydney laneway, Palings Flowers is open for business as of early September, heralding a vibrant season for Merivale, with an exciting series of events, activations and experiences across its ever-expanding portfolio of venues.

This is what’s happening… 

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  • Establishment Birthday: The grand dame of Sydney’s entertainment scene celebrates its 17th year next month, with a spectacular party on 20 September. Those who have visited Establishment in the past year may be lucky enough to score themselves a ticket to the invite-only event.  
  • Que Bola at Queens Hotel and The Paddington: A celebration of the people and street culture of modern Cuba, Que Bola will take over Queens Hotel on 7 and 14 September, with Havana Club rum masterclasses, live art, photography exhibitions, Cuban vinyl tunes and dominoes, played in true Cuban style. Que Bola will then hit The Paddington and Palmer & Co later in the season.
  • Tiny Tokyo at ivy Pool Club: Throughout October, Pool Club’s cabanas will be transformed into Japanese bars inspired by the vibrant laneway of old Tokyo. Each bar will embrace a different theme and food offering, providing a unique cultural experience in the rooftop oasis. Kirin will be served across the four bars, including varieties not previously available in Australia.
  • Sole Food Sundays at Ms.G’s: Launching October, these Sunday sessions will feature hip hop DJs, Avion sneaker showcases and Dan Hong’s Loud and lively Asian fare.
  • Haunted Casa at El Loco: To celebrate the annual Mexican holiday ‘Day of the Dead’, El Loco at Slip Inn will be converted into Haunted Casa (House) for four nights across Halloween, 27-31 October.
  • Merivale Melbourne Cup: Merivale is set for a thrilling Melbourne Cup with nearly thirty fever-pitched events across its unrivalled range of restaurants, bars and pubs, all screening the afternoon of racing live. To book now, visit the Melbourne Cup website.
  • Brunches at Coogee Pavilion: Throughout the season, Coogee Pavilion will play host to Saturday brunch sessions, while Lillet will come alive in the Rooftop Glasshouse with an activation every weekend. The Glasshouse will also hold a very special ladies brunch with the French aperitif on 4 November.
  • Dom Pérignon: Dom Pérignon flutes will also be available for $40 throughout October and November at Fred’s, Felix, Uccello and Hemmesphere. Guests who purchase a $40 flute of Dom Pérignon will also be invited to join the exclusive Dom Pêrignon Society, and gain access to a host of tastings and events.

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