All Merivale restaurants and bars are offering half price drinks every day in June (Sydney)

Justin Hemmes and Merivale are feeling the festive spirit across Sydney and June. And why wouldn’t they? We’ve got Vivid Sydney and Sydney Film Festival coming up, plus there’s loads of other things to do (except stay out really late, we’ve still got those shitty lock out laws) during those 30 days, so the hospitality group are offering a heavy discount on all their drinks, across 37 of their venues.

It’s (pretty much) half-price, with 49% off all cocktails, spirits, beer, wine and champagne active every day of June during a special double happy hour from 5pm to 7pm.

“I truly believe that Sydney is the greatest city in the world; it is at the heart of everything we do and the reason why we continue to invest so much in our portfolio of venues”, said Hemmes. “This is our small way of saying thank you to Sydney; we want to celebrate it and give our guests even more of a reason to get out, socialise and experience everything the city has to offer”.

The 49% offer will apply to all drinks up to the value of $200, in addition to plenty of special offers and experiences throughout June hosted by partners Lion, Pernod Ricard Australia, Moet Hennessy Australia, and Diageo. All is available at the following venues:

30 Knots, Angel hotel, Ash St. Cellar, Bert’s bar, Charlie Parker’s, Coogee Pavilion bar, Coogee Rooftop, El Loco, Establishment bar, Excelsior, Felix bar, Fred’s bar, hemmesphere, Hotel CBD bar, Hotel Centennial bar, ivy den & lounge, ivy Pool Club, J&M, Level 6 (members only), Ms. G’s cocktail bar, Palings bar, Palmer & Co., Queen Chow Manly bar, Queens Hotel, Slip Inn, Tank Stream Bar, Tennyson Hotel, The Beresford, The Collaroy bar, The Fish Shop bar, The Grand Hotel, The Newport, The Paddington bar, The Royal George, The Vic on the Park, Wynyard Hotel, York 75.

For more information click on through to HERE.

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Chris Singh

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