The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up, Centennial Park

Pelicano of Double Bay and The Island have teamed up to bring to Sydney an outdoor pop-up venue, The Park, at Centennial Park in Sydney.

Running for six weeks, you’ll find The Park on the lawns of the Superintendents Residence in Centennial Park beside the Paddington Gates near Oxford Street.

The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up
The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up

A white picket fence surrounds the space with gleaming white parasols and white outdoor furniture with tables adorned with whole pumpkins and herb pots. The space has a country barn feel to it with piles of haystack doubling as counter for ordering food. A “yummy little piggy” rotisserie stands to the side but was covered in foil at the time of visit.

The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up
The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up

Food is supplied by Katering and includes Arancini with tomato sauce ($12) from the Grazing menu, Spiced chicken pieces with coleslaw ($21) from the More Substantial menu, Sticky Beef Short Ribs with watercress ($28), small ($21) and large cheese platters ($100).

he Park by Pelicano Pop-Up
The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up

Bar offerings include Elyx Mules ($15), Bloody Mary Jugs ($39), Giant Cocktail Jugs ($95) and a separate Mumm Champagne bar with $18 by the glass and $95 for a bottle. You can also buy a barrow starting with 2 cases of Peroni ($300) up to a Vegas Barrow ($1800).

he Park by Pelicano Pop-Up
The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up

Live music contributes to the relaxed atmosphere during the day but the fairy lights around the bars give an indication that the place comes alive as the sun sets.

The Park by Pelicano Pop-Up runs for six weeks and is open from 12pm – 10pm Wednesday through to Sunday until 2 June 2013.

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Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.

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