Perth’s most exclusive dining experience is soon arriving to the heart of the CBD. Glasshouse Dining at Brookfield Place is a first for Perth providing a truly unique and intimate dining experience.
Launching on Tuesday October 13, six glasshouses will pop up at Brookfield Place amidst the city’s tallest skyscrapers providing lucky diners with a unique opportunity to experience outdoor dining with a difference.
Set up on the podium level of Brookfield Place, the specially curated glasshouses have been designed to seat up to four people per pod, where guests will be able to sample a specially crafted food and drinks menu from The Heritage Wine bar.
Heritage Wine Bar Owner and Restaurateur, Edward Wolkowinski said “These glasshouses are a first for the city and we feel privileged to be able to bring such a special offering to our customers. Our kitchen will be serving our chefs menu that highlights the best WA has to offer and guests will have access to our extensive and award-winning wine list.”
Brookfield Properties WA State Manager – Operations, Alison Beamish,said the glasshouse experience provided a unique opportunity to dine with a difference in the heart of the city and to celebrate life returning to normal for many in Perth.
“We are delighted to introduce an event of this nature to Perth following on from what has been a challenging time for many and to celebrate the city in a unique and special way.” Mrs Beamish said. With a direct view to the stars and skyscrapers above, it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate that special occasion or return to the city for a not to be forgotten drinking and dining experience.
From high end retail shops to hidden bars and restaurants in a unique setting along St Georges Terrace, art installations to live music and the flagship Winter Lights festival, Brookfield Place Perth, is a setting for discovery and inspiration, savouring and indulging, relaxing and socializing.
The Glasshouses will be at Brookfield Place for dinner bookings from Tuesday 13 October until Saturday 28 November 2020.
Bookings are required for this unique event and are anticipated to sell-out fast. Secure your booking now and book via BFPLPerth.com