Vivid Sydney is one of the most popular events on the city’s calendar, attracting thousands of international visitors every year. As this year’s festival rapidly approaches later this month, a one-off hospitality joint has been installed at one of the city’s most famous landmarks.
Located at the Sydney Opera House, a Bob Dylan-inspired pop-up restaurant and bar is offering fried chicken ramen, with several outdoor food trucks offering German-style sausages, wraps, gelato, schnitzel burgers, and vegan options, and a specially designed ‘Vivid menu’ at the Opera Bar will be operating until the festival’s end.
‘Taste and Sound of Sydney’ at Opera Bar will open at 11 am, with local cuisine on offer such as Sydney rock oysters, scallops, and an array of seafood. Surry Hills fried chicken and Champagne venue Butter are collaborating with Archie Rose for Neon Ramen in the Yallamundi rooms from the 27th of May.
A range of specially crafted cocktails will also be on the menu themed to the city. These include Espresso Martinique, Eucalypt Mule, or a Seaside Spritz.
The Concert Hall of the opera house will be transformed into Bar Subterranean by The Midnight Special, and will be serving the likes of Red Centre Negroni’s and Rosella Sours, as well as truffle cheese toasted sandwiches and fennel pork sausage rolls.