The event is designed to celebrate the launch of the recently revamped space, which represents a partnership between the two brands.
Hosted by Grey Goose's UK brand ambassador Myles Donneky, the experience will begin with a continental breakfast, where guests will dine on the likes of bread made from the same French wheat that is used to create Grey Goose, and sip on the brand’s signature Le Fizz beverage.
Donneky will then discuss the art of cocktail making, and attendees will be invited to create their own vodka-based beverages.
The event will conclude with a two-course lunch and Grey Goose cocktail within the space, where each participant will receive a certificate that declares them a 'cocktail maker extraordinaire'.
The Fifth Floor Bar at Harvey Nichols’ London has been completely re-designed, and features leather, brass, marble and dark wood features inspired by French luxury, while also paying homage to the bar’s heritage.
In a nod to the Grey Goose brand, the space features splashes of red and blue throughout, as well as 3D goose fixtures. A lone goose has been placed at the centre of the bar, perched beneath a mirrored acrylic ceiling disc.
The menu comprises reinterpretations of classic cocktails that have been made using expressions from the house of Grey Goose, and a light bites menu is also available.
Marion Carpentier, group director of food and hospitality at Harvey Nichols, said: "We are delighted to be working with Grey Goose to offer a new drinks experience to our customers. The Fifth Floor Bar in partnership with Grey Goose is sleek, stylish and luxurious, and has an innovative new cocktail menu.
"We’re sure the redesign and offering will be a major hit with our customers."
Grey Goose opted to celebrate the BAFTAs with a film-themed pop-up bar, coined Le Bar des Étoiles at London's The Vaults last month.
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