We’ve scored a lot of great cocktail delivery services recently, but Sydney’s Gin Lane has a different take on our self-isolation drinking sessions. The luxe bar has just opened a gin drive thru service, and we need to roll through ASAP.
The Chippendale bar normally serves up lavish gin cocktail creations like the Gunpowder Plot and a Hibiscus and Rose Fizz, and even Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones-inspired bevvies. With venues closed for the foreseeable future, the bar has found a way to keep serving Sydney’s gin-lovers with its best drinks.
Gin Lane has opened a cocktail drive thru service in Sydney.
The drive thru is taking orders on a range of ready-made cocktails, including a heap of G&Ts. You’ll be able to order online and then swing by to pick up your drinks from the socially distanced safety of your car.
There are three gin and tonics on the menu, including a Mediterranean G&T with Spanish gin, tonic, thyme, lavender, rosemary, and olives. You’ll also be able to pick up a range of the bar’s signature cocktails like the Monkey Gland — gin, pressed orange juice, grenadine, and absinthe — and classics like a Negroni.
Keep an eye on Gin Lane’s socials for the weekly specials, too. There’ll be a rotating line up of the bar’s signature cocktails available from the drive thru in addition to the regular drinks.
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And if you need snacks, Gin Lane has you covered. They’re also offering cheese, charcuterie, and fries to pair with your drinks, so you better believe you won’t be slumming any part of your next drinks session.
The drive thru is open for pickup every Wednesday and Thursday from 2.30pm until 8.30pm, and Friday and Saturday from 1.30pm until 9pm.
To place an order, just call or SMS 0415 122 113 or send an email here. Give the team at least fifteen minutes to put together your order during the week, and at least half an hour on Saturdays.
(Images: Gin Lane / supplied)
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