Once again, Brisbane is levelling up its foodie scene with an Insta-worthy event to rival Australia’s southern counterparts (we’re looking at you, Melbourne). This weekend, the team at Secret Foodies are hosting a secret rooftop party in Brisbane! In case you don’t know, Secret Foodies is a super secret society (imagine Annabel’s in London, as opposed to Scientology) that hosts surprise dining experiences around Australia for those with a taste for adventure.

This weekend they are taking over Brisbane with a secret rooftop party in an (as of yet) undisclosed destination. They’ve dropped a few hints to tease us and pique our interest, and here’s what we know so far.

The event will take place on level 32 of one of Brisbane’s premier buildings. This high up, we can expect stunning, sweeping views of Brisbane City and a killer backdrop for Insta snaps. Guests will also be amongst the first to try Days Of Rosé, a new pour that hasn’t even hit the market yet! With flowing glasses of wine and rosé spritz on hand to keep you quenched, eats will come from none other than a chef who has worked in Michelin star restaurants across Europe and Central America. With canapés and bites roaming, you’ll have plenty of energy to enjoy live tunes thanks to a DJ spinning the decks. An SMS will be sent 2 hours prior to the party to give you the lowdown on where you need to be to enjoy all the action when it goes down at 2pm!

Secret Foodies Is Hosting A Brisbane Rooftop Party This Weekend

Oh, and just a final note… They have let us know that the dress code is cocktail in pastel colours. Not sure what that means? Decode dress codes here or just steal our style inspo here.

Where: Will be sent to you via SMS 2hrs before your event (hint: central Brisbane)
When: Saturday, March 10
Tickets: $100pp, includes flowing Days Of Rosé wine (rosé), canapés, grazing table and entertainment.
Info: Available here

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