PS.Cafe Petit's all-new booze pop-up is where the party's at
PS.Cafe Petit might be tiny, as compared to the group's other restaurants, but their alcohol range is surprisingly huge. You'll find a carefully curated range of over 300 wine labels, spirits and craft beers sourced from all corners of the globe, packed on heaving shelves and bursting from their ice cold fridges. Safe to say, we know where the priorities lie here — especially since their drink menu could easily outnumber the seating pax here. We're certainly not complaining.
Now, the quaint spot is taking things up a notch with a special monthly series titled "TB/TO: Tiong Bahru Takeover". Basically an open invite to all imbibers alike — customers will get to meet and greet globally renowned producers such as craft brewery, Garage Project from New Zealand, while sampling their expanded range of drinks. Exclusive discounts will also be offered to anyone in attendance.
Indeed, this special initiatve will further cement PS.Cafe Petit as the unofficial boozy sibling out of its entire list of establishments. We'll drink to that.
The next "TB/TO: Tiong Bahru Takeover" will be happening on 4 April, from 6-8pm. Featuring Margaret River based winery, Woodlands, chat with Andrew Watson, 2nd generation winemaker and director to learn more about their iconic 'Wilyabrup' Chardonnay and Nebbiolo. For more information, click here.