New York’s PDT Shakes Up Melbourne’s Black Pearl

For an incredibly limited time, fabled New York bar, the very secret PDT (Please Don’t Tell), is coming to Melbourne. Appearing as a pop up in the Attic of Fitzroy’s Black Pearl, this by appointment only residency will run from Thursday 6 August to Sunday 9 August, with timed sessions at 6:00pm to 8:00pm, 8:00pm to 10:00pm, and 10:00pm to 12:00am.

For the uninitiated, PDT is a reservation-only bar in lower Manhattan, New York City, that requires a reservation to visit and boasts an entrance via a phone booth. Just in case I didn’t have your attention before, the also have some rather famous hot dogs too. We wanted to visit when we were in New York a few years back but ran out of time so to say that we’re excited is an understatement.

PDT is the brainchild of award-winning bar team of Jeff Bell and Jim Meehan, and in this unique residency they will transform the Black Pearl’s attic, offering many of their signature cocktails, as well as Australian versions of their New York menu. Also on hand will be chef Chris Terlikar from Bluebonnet Barbecue who will be helping to recreate the PDT menu for the pop up, including famous Spicy Redneck hot dog (house dog, bacon wrapped, with chilli, coleslaw and jalapenos) and a yet to be announced local adaptation hot dog.

Get your tickets here before they sell out.

PDT At The Black Pearl

When: Thursday 6 August 2015 – Sunday 9 August 2015

Sessions: 6:00pm to 8:00pm; 8:00pm to 10:00pm,; 10:00pm to 12:00am

Entry: Free (with booking)

Where: The Attic at the Black Pearl, 304 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065

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Chris is an editor, writer, and occasional novelist who in a former life published online magazines for a living while working out of obscure coffee shops. He has travelled extensively and has eaten and enjoyed exotic delights ranging from instant ‘just add water’ potatoes while on a Russian train to snails and Brie from a tiny Montreal kitchen. Chris is a great lover of the experiences around and associated with food and believes the culture of a venue, as quirky or strange as it might be, is just as important as the food it sells. He is also a co-host of The Brunswick Beer Collective, a podcast dedicated to the lighter side of craft beer.

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