Celebrate Melbourne Cup At This Stunning Rooftop Garden Soirée


Celebrate Melbourne Cup At This Stunning Rooftop Garden Soirée


The F Words: Fiume, Fantauzzo, Frivolity

By Georgie Murray | 15th October 2019

Forget Flemington. This is the next best F-word: Fantauzzo.

If there’s anywhere to be seen this Melbourne Cup day, it’s here. From the hotel to the rooftop bar with swimming pool, to dining at Polpetta, The Fantauzzo has it going on. As the only hotel and rooftop bar at Howard Smith Wharves, it offers an unparalleled experience.

If you’re new to The Fantauzzo, welcome. It’s an art-deco oasis offering an experience just as special and unique as their rooftop view of Brisbane city.

 

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This Melbourne Cup, Flemington won’t even be mentioned as Fantauzzo’s packages have been designed to impress.

Rooftop Garden Soirée

Featuring a three-hour Mumm and Tanqueray package, grazing station, roving canapés, desert and entertainment, feast away the day with the delicious food and of course, a stellar view. Once the race has been finished, why stop the party? Enjoy the Fiume Bar after dark as the city lights up and your senses are treated to curated eats and tasty cocktails. Tickets are available for $199.

 

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Pop To Polpetta

Stay on level ground and enjoy a two-course lunch with a choice of three courses and three mains as well as an arrival glass of Dal Zotto to set the tone. The Italian kitchen and bar offers a winning trifecta with their location, menu and lucky door prizes on the day. Plus, tickets start from just $70 and can be arranged by emailing bigboss@polpetta.com.au

 

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Article by Georgie Murray

Georgie is a Journalist with a knack for bad jokes and dating disasters. A total open book, there’s no topic off limits for this Rod Stewart enthusiast. Starting her career in Broadcast Journalism, Georgie has since gone back to basics of the written word with a particular love for taboo topics and fashion media.