(Picture: thewinerysurryhills/Instagram)Not since the ‘push for champagne’ button have we been so excited about a restaurant’s dispensing method for booze.
Darling and Co in Brisbane has just unveiled a free-flowing self-serve prosecco fountain.
It’s open for people to fill their glasses every Sunday from 2pm, as long as they book the unlimited self-serve dining option for $60 (£33), which also includes food.
Yes, the fountain is indeed super Instagrammable, because, as we all know, a prosecco fountain is meant to be posed with.
There are artsy tiles, an old fashion lion face for the spout, and even an overgrown flower wall. It’s an Instagram dream.
Just be warned: If you go, you will likely need to queue to get a Boomerang of yourself pulling the tap.
(Picture: tapwines/Instagram)Alongside unlimited prosecco from the fountain, the self-serve option allows you to graze on a platter of treats, including fried chicken, oysters, cauliflower popcorn, and cheesy croquettes.
You’re let loose for two hours, so it’s best to turn up hungry (and ready to drink).
‘Darling, you won’t believe your eyes. We’re introducing a prosecco and spritz fountain,’ the restaurant said on its Facebook page.
‘Join us every Sunday for our two hour drinks and grazing board package.’
(Picture: tapwines/Instagram)It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first booze fountain to pop up around the world.
The town of Caldari di Ortona, Abruzzo, Italy, has a free-flowing tap of red wine that visitors can help themselves to at any hour of the day and night. It’s supposed to help quench the thirst of hikers tackling the Cammino di San Tommaso.
Then there was that champagne vending machine – not a fountain, but still quite exciting.
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