New in Gdansk: The White Rabbit Grand Saloon Opening Party, Saturday 11.11
In the heart of Gdansk Main Town, right next to the glowing AmberSky observation wheel, a new trendy spot on the Tri-City map will officially open its doors this Saturday – The Legendary White Rabbit Saloon. Expect a crazy party on the club's two levels, with quite out of the ordinary attractions, like a courtesy salute by the Continental Infantry from 19th century USA. Also, it's currently the only place in Poland where you can enjoy the special edition Jack Daniel's White Rabbit Saloon whiskey. Interested? Join the grand opening event!
Inspiration for the club's name was Jack Daniel himself. The founder of the most famous distillery in Tennessee was known for his fondness for great tales and the company of good friends. which lead to the opening of the original White Rabbit Saloon in the town square of Lynchburg, Tennessee, in 1892. On this occasion, he also introduced the special edition Jack Daniel's White Rabbit Saloon whiskey. The saloon soon became a favourite gathering place in the city and allowed Jack Daniel and his friends to spend time together, whilst enjoying a glass of Mr. Jack's fine Tennessee sipping whiskey.
The White Rabbit is bottled at 86 proof (43% alc) instead of the standard 80 (40% alc). The extra few per cent alcohol over the signature charcoal-mellowed Old No. 7 is evident and there is a noticeable difference in taste and aroma.
The date of the venue's official opening, November 11th, 2017, is the 125th anniversary of the opening of the original White Rabbit Saloon in Lynchburg. During the evening guests will be greeted by beautiful hostesses and entertained by singer Elton Waskowski, while DJ Soober will fill the downstairs dance floor with his music accompanied by an electric violin.
All guests of the opening event will receive a 'Jack's Member 2017' wristband, which will ensure free admission to all dance parties and live concerts, as well as other benefits in every Jack's Bar and Restaurant in Poland.
Saturday, 11th of November, from 10 p.m.
Chmielna Street 103/104, Gdansk Main Town
Admission free, door selection