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Le Tour de France Pop Up Bar

Posted by Becca Z

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July 15, 2012
6:00 pm
July 21, 2012
8:00 am

Do you enjoy bars more than sport? Are you a fan of the Tour de France nonetheless? The Shadow Electric have the answer for bar patronage that doesn’t get in the way of your Tour de France viewing.

Domestique, the 2012 Le Tour de France Pop Up Bar, is now on each Thursday until July 22nd and will screen key stages of Le Tour de France.

In addition to the screening, Domestique will provide late night cheese, olives, breads, dips as well as a quality beer and wine selection. Indoor bicycle parking will be catered for with the installation of 24 bicycle racks installed specifically for Domestique. How civilised.

After all, late nights and social drinking surely go hand in hand.

WHERE: Nest Coworking, 829 High Street, Thornbury
WHEN: Commencing Thursday July 5th, each Thursday through Sunday, 6pm til late
WEB: pbsfm.org.au/node/18072


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