Celebrate the excitement and glamour of the Melbourne Cup at an Etymon venue

On Tuesday, 7th of November, come together and treat yourself to a divine lunch with friends, family or colleagues while you watch the race.

Each venue is unique, but guaranteed to deliver an exceptional experience.

Loulou Bistro

On arrival guests will be welcomed with a glass Moët Champagne, setting the tone for an unforgettable experience. Once seated, indulge in an exceptional 3-course share menu crafted by our talented head chef, Ned Parker.

As you settle into the event, you will find TV screens strategically placed throughout the venue, ensuring that you don’t miss a moment of the exhilarating race. Whether you’re an avid racing enthusiast or simply looking for a way to celebrate the Melbourne Cup, Loulou Bistro offers an unrivalled experience. Our Melbourne Cup menu is $150pp and includes a glass Moët Champagne and a 3-course shared menu.

To secure your seat, follow the button below or call our reservations team on (02) 8000 7800

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Loulou Boulangerie & Traiteur

Can’t leave the office? Celebrate this year’s Melbourne Cup with both sweet and savoury catering options.

Our sweet box includes some delicious treats including hazelnut Chouxs, caramel mocha tarts, mini passionfruit meringue tarts and caramelised apple & mascarpone bites.  Our savoury box includes mini ratatouille tarts, mini quiche Lorraine, Jamon Danishes and trout gravlax & labneh brioche sliders.

The Charles Brasserie

Cheer on your favourite steed as they gallop towards victory with TVs placed throughout the venue, ensuring you won’t miss a moment of the horse racing action.

Enjoy a glass of Moët Champagne on arrival and a 3-course menu, curated by Executive Chef, Billy Hannigan, which is made up of some of The Charles Brasserie’s hero dishes, and a selection of dishes created specifically for the day.     

The brasserie Melbourne Cup menu is $175pp, guests can choose to upgrade to include a 2-hour beverage package for $75pp or have our Sommelier’s guide them through our wine list on consumption.

To secure your spot, follow the button below or call our reservations team on 02 9145 8066

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The Charles Bar

As one of the most prestigious events on the Australian calendar, the Melbourne Cup promises an atmosphere of elegance and celebration, and we’re bringing all the festivities to The Charles Bar.

Enjoy our casual Melbourne Cup two course set menu and entertainment from The Charles Bar DJ at $65pp. 2 hours beverage package available for an additional $75pp. 

Whether you’re a racing enthusiast, a fashion aficionado, or simply looking for somewhere to relax and enjoy lunch out with friends and colleagues, The Charles Bar has got you covered.

To secure your spot, follow the button below or call our reservations team on 02 9145 8066.  Limited spots are available, so don’t miss out.

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TIVA After Party!

After the race wraps up, Tiva will kick on and keep the party going.

With live entertainment from Bermuda Social Club, delicious Pan-Asian bites and signature cocktails – we’ve got everything you
need to keep the good times rolling.

Entry is free and walk-ins are welcome.
If you’d like to lock in a table, please book below.

Poetica Bar & Grill – BOOKED OUT!

Celebrate Melbourne Cup at Poetica, North Sydney’s newest venue taking it to the next level with an exquisite menu and access to the race that stops the nation. 

Indulge in a 3-course share menu curated by our head chef, Conner Hartley-Simpson. Highlights on the menu includes Scallops with yuzu kosho and celery, Sword fish aged on the bone with horseradish, Brown butter cake and more. Drinks on consumption to keep the energy levels high.

Bookings are open from 12pm, settle in and enjoy the race on our big screen and let us take care of the rest.

Our Melbourne Cup menu is $115 per person, and bookings are essential.

To secure your seat, follow the button below or call our reservations team on (02) 9067 4925.

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