You don’t want to miss this cocktail-centric pop-up dinner

More often than not, the food on our plate informs the drink we have alongside it. Whether that’s a crisp glass of white with fresh fish or a cold beer to wash down a burger. Yet rarely do we see the food on offer responding to our drink of choice… Which is why we’re so excited for this upcoming dinner at one of the city’s most exquisite restaurants.

At the beginning of next month, Jervois Road fine dining institute, Paris Butter, will play host to Andrea Marseglia and Sarah Mitchell from Napier’s renowned cockatil bar, Teresa, for a cocktail-centric dinner. Despite serving some of the most inspired tipples in the country, Teresa has remained somewhat under the radar until recently, only known by locals and those in the know seeking inspiration. Now, the cocktail bar is quickly gaining notoriety and was recently nominated as one of the Top 10 New International Cocktail Bars by Tales of the Cocktail.

So in forging an entanglement between food and beverage, it made sense for Paris Butter to team up with these rising cocktail stars to create a one-night-only four-course cocktail dinner experience of epic proportions. Diners can expect to see the level of execution typically delivered by the Paris Butter kitchen, with dishes that respond to the produce of the day, finished with a little culinary creativity from the incredibly talented chefs. And, of course, the cocktails promise to be nothing short of marvellous.

Dinner on Tuesday the 9th of August is now sold out but luckily for you, they have added an extra night, Wednesday the 10th of August. The set menu will be $160 a head for four courses plus matching cocktails. Reservations are essential and are available now.

Paris Butter

166 Jervois Road,
Herne Bay, Auckland Central


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