The Chamber: Private PopUp Cocktail Adventures

Hello, lovelies! We interrupt your regularly scheduled cocktail reviews to bring you a little information about our new project, the Chamber.

The Chamber is a Private PopUp and Cocktail Club brought to you by 52 Martinis.  Although we think there’s a lot going on with the Chamber, the very basic idea is simple: Join the club & get invited to interesting events created exclusively for the members. To introduce the Chamber, we’re kicking off with a private Focus on France Cocktail PopUp. Interested in joining for these ultra swank, intimate, convivial cocktail evenings? Want to have a bit of a secret cocktail experience like these lovely guests did last night?  We only have three more  days left & spaces are going, so sign up here.

If you can’t make this week’s launch PopUp, we hope to see you in the future. We’ll be running monthly themed PopUps and other one-night-only events (like cocktail classes, master classes, bloody mary brunches, wine tastings & more). We’ll be introducing new and interesting products, places and people to our members and striving to create a more unique way to socialize or go out.

To encourage a sense of community and to ensure members get access to limited spaces for events, membership is currently limited to a maximum of 500 members for the first year. For the moment, registration is closed to all but the guests at this week’s PopUp who are recieving invitations.  Following the PopUp, any remaining space will be up for grabs. But that doesn’t mean 52 Martinis is slipping away!  We’ll still be here providing bar reviews, writing for other sites and publications, running the regular meetups and generally having a grand time of things. But we’re really excited to share these new things with you.  So come join us this week for the PopUp. It’s really a sexy little soirree of a PopUp.
Otherwise, a bientot and we’ll see you around here or the Chamber.

 

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