Hilton Sydney has launched a new Culinary Cocktail Experience program up at the fabulously moody Zeta Bar, headed by Executive Chef Kruno Velican and Head Bartender Christian Comparone to showcase a range of artisanal “farm-to-glass” speciality cocktails using fresh produce and complex cooking techniques.... Read More | Share it now!
Hilton Sydney have partnered up with Veuve Clicquot for to stage a bunch of “Yellow Hour” pop ups throughout the lush CBD property, presenting a number of specials each day between 5pm and 7pm Tuesday 13th February to Sunday 15th April. Zeta Bar, Marble Bar, and glass brasserie will each be flecked by yellow hues to highlight the happy hour(s) with their own curated menus celebrating the famed Champagne, and there will also be a pop-up Champagne Suite – the first of its kind in Australia – featured in the hotel.... Read More | Share it now!
The historic Hilton Sydney is a regular go-to for their two stunning bars, one of which is the legendary Marble Bar, the other: Zeta Bar. While Marble has always attracted a relaxed, classic cocktail-loving crowd looking to escape the streets of Sydney by heading underground, Zeta has been known as a staple for lavish nights out, something which obviously calls for constant reinvention because drinking the same thing over and over again isn’t ideal.... Read More | Share it now!
Hilton Hotel Sydney will be celebrating Vivid by presenting visitors with colourful delights throughout their many essential food and drink outlets – Marble Bar, Caffe Cino, Zeta Bar, and glass Wine Bar. Each venue will be amplifying some of their most popular offerings with the heart of Vivid Sydney, resulting in – for example – specially made cocktails like The Glassy Pavolva at glass Wine Bar that’s available alongside the restaurant’s renowned petit four selection.... Read More | Share it now!
From Friday 27th May to 18th June, Sydney will once again be flowing with the unique atmosphere of Vivid Sydney, now a globally renowned festival of lights, music, and ideas that has seen immense growth over the past few years. The immersive lighted precincts around Sydney, from Circular Quay and Walsh Bay to The Galeries and Darling Harbour, will be packed full of things to see, do, hear, and taste, so much so that it can feel overwhelming at times.... Read More | Share it now!
Luke Mangan’s grand Glass Brasserie is still one of the most reputable in the area, attached to the lush Hilton Sydney with it’s thousand-deep list of wines and award-winning food. A dining experience here has a premium feel but unlike many other restaurants of a similar ilk, there’s still something charmingly casual and easy-going in the air, offering an atmosphere that is as well balanced as anything on the menu. For those looking at a more up-scale Chinese New Year dining experience for 2016, it’d be hard to go past the excellent offering of a specially created four-course menu at Glass, available throughout this week, until Saturday 13th February.... Read More | Share it now!