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Zeta Bar’s Secret Garden At Hilton Sydney: Secret Garden human statue model ‘Queen Of Hearts’…

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Sydney’s Hilton internationally acclaimed Zeta Bar has continues on its ‘Secret Garden’ campaign, complete with human statue – ‘Queen Of Hearts’ delight model.

Creative director and lead artist, Eva Rinaldi, lead the team from Human Statue Bodyart, who created the ‘Queen Of Hearts’ creation who looked awesome in red and black, and oh so titillating, delicious and a touch dangerous. No, she wasn’t a "Redback Spider, Blackwidow or Lady Beetle", as a patron was overheard laughing and joking about". Another patron thought she might have jumped out of ‘Alice In Wonderland’, but we think she looked a little too dark and mysterious for that fairytale.

It was all happening and the garden came alive as its been doing for over a month now as part of Hilton Sydney’s Summer campaign.

If you haven’t been yet, fear not – Secret Garden mania and fever is hitting the Zeta most Friday for many months – the ‘Secret Garden’ will be awaiting you so be tempted and bite into the secret apples and anything else you can get your teeth into ladies and gents.

Commencing at 6 p.m, Zeta Bar’s outdoor terrace has been fancifully transformed into a magical garden with beautifully manicured lawns and garden furniture making it the perfect spot to while away a Friday afternoon.

“Working with the two can be difficult due to the delicate flavours of the wine," said Colin Tam, Zeta Bar head head bartender. "It’s highly important for both to be perfectly balanced, we don’t want to overpower the wine but at the same time ensuring that the flavours enhance the notes of the wine and compliment the flavours of the spirits.”

‘The Secret Garden’ has been whipped up by head bartender Colin and his highly trained Zeta Bar team who were also behind the successful ‘Coney Island’ and ‘Farmers Market’ concepts. Each of the Zeta mixologists has created a cocktail with inspirations ranging from their childhoods and interpretations of the book ‘The Secret Garden’.

The team from Human Statue Bodyart has secured a long term contract to help Hilton’s Zeta Bar make the dream a reality, by providing some of the talent (human statues and models) as well as other creative aspects to help make this seasons Zeta Bar promotion one of the greatest ever.

See you in the Secret Garden.

Step inside ‘The Secret Garden’ at Zeta Bar every Friday night from 6.00pm, until March 2013.

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Secret Garden At Hilton Sydney…

The folks at Hilton Sydney unveiled their latest incarnation – a themed cocktail lounge. The hotel’s Zeta Bar has been transformed into ‘The Secret Garden’ with a modern twist, and of course inventive drinks.

The bar itself is quite known locally as one of the best cocktail lounges and with a group of masterminds and mixologists, the hot bar comes alive with it’s latest them that is based on the beloved children’s novel. From happy hour on a Friday night to the wee hours of the morning, the lounge gets an overhaul with garden furniture, trees, beautifully manicured lawns and models covered in bodyart to host the city’s hip crowd ready to mingle.

You better believe the drinks are part of them if each master bartender is tasked with creating a special cocktail for the concept bar. Alcoholic Jell-O and Bellini popsicles all create a wonderland that is a feast for the senses as much for the eyes. If you’re looking to sample as a pair, the Tweedle Dum would suit; the gin-based cocktail is topped with Limoncello and sparkling wine and is served up in a smoking tea-pot.

This special theme is no fresh idea; these same creative minds were behind the previous concepts of ‘Coney Island’ and ‘Farmers Market’. With experience behind these guys, you know you’ll have a good time. Since this is a Summer celebration (remember, it’s Australia), the Secret Garden will need to go into hibernation and will see out the last few days of the season through the end of the month.

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Zeta Bar
www.zetabar.com.au

Hilton Sydney
www.hiltonsydney.com.au

Human Statue Bodyart
www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au

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Unlock Zeta Bar’s Secret Garden At Hilton Sydney: Blossoming With Cocktails And Afternoon Tea Every Friday Night; Sydney, Australia…

Hilton Sydney’s internationally acclaimed Zeta Bar has launched the Friday night concept to be held every Friday from 15 February starting at 6 p.m., Zeta Bar’s outdoor terrace has been fancifully transformed into a magical garden with beautifully manicured lawns and garden furniture making it the perfect spot to while away a Friday afternoon.

Guests will wander through the hedge lined terrace or perch in one of the garden pockets while listening to jazz presented by renowned Sydney band ‘The Press Club’.

All this combined with a range of specially concocted garden party inspired cocktails ranging from molecular to playful twists on classic cocktails. The menu features a mixture of sprightly and herbaceous cocktails including the Applicious Air, Tweedle Dum, Citric Bloom and the Secret Garden. Zeta’s gardeners will wander through the garden offering a selection of sparkling icy poles and jellies.

“Working with the two can be difficult due to the delicate flavours of the wine," said Colin Tam, Zeta bar head bartender. "It’s highly important for both to be perfectly balanced, we don’t want to overpower the wine but at the same time ensuring that the flavours enhance the notes of the wine and compliment the flavours of the spirits.”

For the first time Zeta will serve a ‘Mistress Mary afternoon tea’ that’s quite contrary, guests can complement their cocktails, icy poles and jellies with a selection of chic bites that have been matched to the cocktails on offer. A mixture of sweet and savoury the menu features dainty sandwiches including crab, cucumber and watercress; and house smoked salmon, rocket and cream cheese served on homemade brioche.

The culinary playfulness continues with sweet treats such as raspberry mousse, chocolate and pistachio, an assortment of macarons; chamomile cremeux served with fried basil accompanied with classic home baked scones served with rose petal cream.

‘The Secret Garden’ has been whipped up by head bartender Colin and his highly trained Zeta Bar team who were also behind the successful ‘Coney Island’ and ‘Farmers Market’ concepts. Each of the Zeta mixologists has created a cocktail with inspirations ranging from their childhoods and interpretations of the book ‘The Secret Garden’.

The team from Human Statue Bodyart will be once again helping Hilton’s Zeta Bar make the dream a reality, by providing some of the talent (human statues and models) as well as other creative aspects to help make this seasons Zeta Bar promotion one of the greatest ever.

See you in the Secret Garden.

Step inside ‘The Secret Garden’ at Zeta Bar every Friday night from 6.00pm, launching Thursday 14 February* until March 2013.

Websites

Zeta Bar
www.zetabar.com.au

Human Statue Bodyart
www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au

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The most important event in the theater life of Sioux City was the building of the Peavey Grand Theater in 1888. It was built by community effort as many hotels and auditoriums are built today. It also housed the Chamber of Commerce for that time. With the opening of this show house, Sioux City began to receive the best shows and players in the United States. Practically every great player, singer, musician or other person of note in the theater life, from 1888 to the beginning of 1900, came to this show house at some time. This continued to be one of the leading show houses in the northwest until 1919, when it was forced to close because it was no longer safe for large crowds. So suddenly came the close, and so accustomed to attending the shows were the public, that’ they were bewildered for years.

In 1896, Sioux City was startled and delighted at their first moving picture shown in the old Grand Theater by Jack Carmody, now manager of the Sioux City Bill Posting Company, and show promoter of the Auditorium. "The Morning Bath" was the title of this first picture which was the forerunner of the present high-class picture houses of Sioux City. Probably not a man in that small audience a quarter of a century ago realized the remarkable growth that was to come to the moving picture world within their lifetime.