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Get Your Martini Shaken, Not Stirred At Vesper’s Bond Night With Champagne And Caviar

Marco Ruiz Marco Ruiz - Staff Writer

Get Your Martini Shaken, Not Stirred At Vesper’s Bond Night With Champagne And Caviar

If you thought that Christmas only came along once a year, then prepare for the unexpected because to celebrate the release of No Time To Die, the new James Bond film out now in cinemas, Vesper Bistro & Bar is inviting along fans of the secret agent to a special No Time To Dine evening of cocktails and canapés.

”Don’t think. Just let it happen.” And save yourself a seat before it’s too late.Image of Vesper bistro and bar interior with Bond decoration

Taking place on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, Vesper’s No Time To Dine Bond…ing Cocktails & Caviar evenings will see guests treated to a glass of Bollinger Special Cuvée James Bond ‘007’ Edition as well as a ‘Vesper’ martini—”shaken, not stirred.”

To dine, guests will get to taste three luxurious canapés. The first is house-cured ocean trout served with brook trout golden pearls and taramasalata. Then it’s ‘Polanco’ Baerii Siberian sturgeon caviar with prawn tartare and potato blinis as well as a Yarra Valley smoked salmon roe accompanied with buffalo mozzarella and colatura di alici.image of table with champagne, vesper martini and canapés next to close up shot of Bollinger

Guests will also be able to try their hand at answering all the Bond trivia questions. If they answer all of them correctly, then they will go into the draw to win a bottle of Bollinger Special Cuvée James Bond ‘007’ Edition, which honours the 40-year partnership Bollinger has had with Bond.

The bottle features a black and gold neck collar with a 007 blazon while the packaging features the work of photographer Greg Williams—a long-time Bond collaborator whose signature cinematic style also appears in the No Time To Die campaign.james bond evening at vesper bistro and bar

Vesper is Toorak Road’s Mediterranean-island-inspired restaurant. The intimate space has come out on the other side of strong thanks to its phenomenal offering of food headed up by chef de cuisine, Francesco Castellana, who has worked at Michelin starred Per Se in New York and Melbourne’s Vue de Monde.

Don’t miss out on No Time To Dine and celebrate No Time To Die in style.

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