ONE FOR THE LOVERS, FOR THE FRIENDS: FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO SHARE A MEAL, A CONVERSATION AND A TIME WITH EACH OTHER.
Join Head Chef Emma McCaskill in our award winning restaurant for a specially curated Feed Me menu. Giving a generous nod to the peaceful practice of old: breaking bread together. The share-plate leanings aim to bring us together, to create a sense of community among our lovers, our friends and to those who wish to share a meal with each other.
On arrival, you'll be offered your choice of either one of Sparkke at the Whitmore's signature summer spritzes, or our newest release from our nano-brewery, a delicious and sherberty alcoholic pink lemonade.
For those wanting to dine early, we are offering a 6:00 PM seating, followed by a second 8:00 PM seating.
On the evening of the 14th of February, 2020, a mural by Nancy ‘Chela’ Chelagat Cherwon (@chelwek) and visual alchemist Tailor Winston (@tailorwinston) will be unveiled on Sparkke at the Whitmore’s roller door. Inspired by Sparkke’s R-E-S-P-E-C-T Pilsner, it’s a nod to Sparkke’s core value’s and central pillar of the Whitmore’s philosophy.
Artist, Chela, is one of Kenya’s few female street artists and is painting in Adelaide as a part of the international art collaboration program, SANAA.
Where: Sparkke at the Whitmore Roller Door
Adelaide born Jimmy C (@akjimmy) will showcase an exhibition on the night of February 14.
Jimmy C played a key role in the development of the underground graffiti movement in Australia during the early 1990s and painted Sparkke at the Whitmore’s first mural early last year. The now France based international artist has created a small series of paintings incorporating maps of Adelaide with his signature hearts. They have already pre-sold out, but this will be one of the only opportunities to see his exhibition live in person.