Located on a rooftop in the Darlinghurst area, the pop-up bar plays with the idea of the 1920's illegal bar, featuring pop-out tables and rope-pulley dispensed beer bottles.

A while back, Drambuie offered creatives the chance to create their own pop-up bar with The Premise competition. The winning result was published on September 13, and a mere twenty-four days later, The Doghouse was up and running.

Located on a rooftop in Sydney's Darlinghurst area, the pop-up bar plays with the idea of the 1920's speakeasy, featuring  pop-out tables and rope-pulley dispensed beer bottles hanging from the ceiling.  The bar was envisioned Rob Dumaresq and Hugh Gurney and decked out by interior architect Adele Winteridge of Foolscap.

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