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Sit Stay Society Rescue Dog Pop-Up Wine Bar

  • Things to do, Food and drink
  • Stanley's on Stanley, Darlinghurst
  1. Sit Stay Dog
    Photograph: Supplied
  2. Sit Stay Dog
    Photograph: Supplied

Time Out says

Drink good Australian wine while patting rescue pups at this two-day pop up

Looking for a side of oxytocin with your glass of Orvieto? We’ve got you. Sit Stay Society’s pop-up wine bar with in-residence rescue dogs is coming back to Sydney for two days only – taking over Stanley’s on Stanley for a weekend of wine-fuelled fundraising for dogs in need. To clarify: that’s a wine bar with rescue dogs. Pet nat and pooches. Cab sav and cuddles. And if you really fall in love, one dog in attendance might become your next family member.

From March 16-17, Sit Stay Society Wines will transform Stanley Street’s Stanley’s on Stanley into a wine bar for guests to enjoy a glass of good wine and a cuddle with a doggo in need of a loving home. That means you can throw back a Big Dog sauvignon blanc, Big Dog chardonnay and Big Dog pinot grigio while getting all the pats you and the good boys and girls need.

A $55 ticket will score you three glasses of Sit Stay Society wine, a charcuterie box, and 80 minutes of cuddles (plus a disocunt to use on Sit Stay Society wines in-store).

The Sit Stay Society wine range is a collection of South Australian drops with a worthy cause. For every 750ml or 375ml bottle sold, Sit Stay Society donates a portion to support PetRescue’s mission to ensure every pet is safe, respected and loved. If that ain't a good enough reason to get a wine buzz while patting a pooch, we don't know what is.

The event will run multiple sessions across three days, and is only for guests aged 18 above. To ensure the safety and comfort of the pooches present, you’re asked to leave your own furry friends at home.

You can snap up the ticket that might introduce you to the doggo of your dreams over here

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Winnie Stubbs
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Winnie Stubbs


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