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This Exciting New City Centre Pop Up Is Shaking Up Dublin's Nightlife Scene

By Sarah

October 12, 2017 at 5:52pm

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Fancy doing something a li'l bit different with your evenings? Zozimus bar have you sorted.

They're running a (hopefully regular) series of super slick pop up events at their bar and umbrella-filled alley, teaming up with innovative chefs and making cocktails from all over the world.

Themes will vary for each event, and it's exactly what's missing in Dublin's midweek nightlife.



The pop up will see Zozimus team up with MAK at D6 for an authentic Chinese evening...

Next Thursday the 19th, you can feel like you're in Hong Kong thanks to an exciting collaboration with MAK at D6, an authentic Dim Sum and Chinese cuisine restaurant.

Chomp on the finest Dim Sum you can get in town - deeelish.

Two seatings are available from 6:30pm and again at 8:30pm, and you can book a place here.

Prices range from €7-11 for starters, with mains from €16-22.

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This is gonna be the first of their international invitations and regional takeovers for Zozimus, starting monthly and then bi-weekly Thursdays.

Zozimus say that "the idea down the line would be to invite well known chefs from Ireland europe and the rest of the world to bring their vision of the world to zozimus bar tell their story through the bespoke event working with our mixologists and team."

Niiiiiiiiice.

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