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Gin is in and Mark Elliot has made the juniper-based drink so much cooler by adding a pop-up element to the mix.
His gin garden opened in Durban for October at the popular Lupa restaurant in Durban North and has had the G&T quaffing public, as well as those who just want to be seen in the right place, popping in to choose from almost 40 gins, six tonics, more than a dozen garnishes and an assortment of exotic bitters.
Elliot then approached Haroon Haffajee, a mixologist with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the world of drink, to come in as front-of-house man for the life of the month-long pop-up.
” Moola said Khan ate at another restaurant in the vicinity and came to use his facilities. I have a sign that warns people that we are not a public facility‚ they must pay the R20.” Three other restaurants on the Durban beachfront said their toilets were for customers only‚ and encouraged non-customers to either use public toilets or to buy something.
A Durban man is ”pissed off” about having to fork out R40 for him and his wife to use the rest room at a beachfront eatery. Attempts to get hold of Khan via Facebook were unsuccessful on Thursday.
Reeza Khan took to social media on Tuesday to vent about the R20-per-person fee that Jolly Grubber charges non-customers to use the facilities. Jolly Grubber has a notice posted at the entrance stating that the toilets are for its customers only.
But none of them had a specific charge for non-customers.
“If you do want to use the toilets‚ we encourage you to buy an ice cream cone or something‚” said a manager at Wimpy."While I was there I visited a secret gin bar hidden at the back of a chocolate shop and realised there was nothing like this in Durban." While sitting at Lupa, a busy Italian restaurant with a separate bar area, it struck him that the space would make a great gin garden - and so The Secret Gin Bar was born.He partnered with Trilogie, a décor and design studio, for the look, and with Spade Design Centre for the plants to create a gorgeously lush space filled with botanicals.After a chat with enthusiastic barman Luke, I try 031 barrel aged, a Durban distilled gin, with a Fitch and Leedes tonic, a cinnamon quill and a slice of orange.