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Wednesday 25 October 2023

Sydney's new rooftop bar opens its doors

Sydney has a trendy new rooftop bar in time for summer.

Harper Rooftop Bar opened today for guests to enjoy cocktails al fresco style in the city centre.

It is being promoted as the largest open-air rooftop bar in the CBD and is located on Level 7 of the Kimpton Margot Sydney hotel. 

Harper has a rooftop pool, colourful pod seating, long dining tables and plenty of greenery.

Chef Luke Mangan has created a contemporary Mediterranean-inspired menu designed for sharing.

“Finally the cat’s out of the bag - Harper Rooftop Bar is open and we can’t wait to see Sydneysiders enjoying this amazing open-air rooftop bar with a rosé in hand,” Mangan said.

“We’ve created a delicious Mediterranean-inspired menu full of small, share-style plates using fresh, local produce and plenty of amazing seafood - the perfect combo to celebrate the warm summer days.”

The Harper drinks menu features bespoke cocktails, summer-inspired slushies, and award-winning wines, the press release says. There will also be a "build-your-own-Martini station".

“Harper Rooftop Bar is an immersive space that celebrates the finer things in life which is reflected in the F&B offering," says Jean-Baptiste Robert, Pro-invest Group’s regional director of food and beverage.

"The drinks menu has a fun, playful vibe with premium cocktails and delightful slushies complemented by an extensive range of wines available both by the glass and bottle.

“It’s a destination in its own right and the place for people to gather with amazing food, laidback tunes and energetic vibes in the pulsing heart of the CBD.”

Opening hours will be: Thursday 4pm-10pm, Friday and Saturday from noon until late, and Sundays from noon-10pm.

To kick off the party season, Harper Rooftop Bar will host a Melbourne Cup celebration from 12.30-3.30pm on Tuesday, November 7.

There will be race on big screens, three hours of free-flowing beer, wine and non-alcoholic options, roaming gourmet canapes and live DJs spinning tracks. You'll need to back a winner or two with the price at $195 per person.

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My big question: Who the hell is Harper?

Images: Dexter Kim 

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