Do you enjoy great wine? Do you enjoy meeting people to make more friends? Combine these two passions and join us for the wine tasting and networking event at German Wine Bistro
A wine tasting is a great talking point, providing a versatile tool to bring people together. The relaxing atmosphere created at the tasting will enable those present to mix friendship and pleasure, developing stronger friendships
and may be relationships
A great way to learn more about other members whilst tasting different kinds of wine.
Venue: Group Therapy Coffee and Bistro (Opposite to Berjaya Hotel)
Group Therapy Café & Bistro is housed within a restored shophouse along the gentrified Duxton Road. The space is deliberately tucked away on the 2nd Storey to allow members to gather and seek respite in the heart of the CBD. Housed over 1800 square feet on the second storey in Tanjong Pagar, it is an intimate and charming space for organisng our Wine-tasting event in comfort and style.
Set in the bistro area are both high and low table options as well as bar counter seating. In the gallery, sofas, designer chairs and low tables characterize a living space that encourages communal interaction among members. The space exudes both character and charm that put members at immediate ease and also becomes a common focal point that connects them.
it’s an ideal location, ‘away from the daily grind‘, to sit down, catch up and chill with other members.
Nearby Stations: Chinatown or Tanjong Pagar
Bus Lines: 80, 145, 166, 197
Registration fees: S$15(payable in cash only) for a glass of wine(white/red).
Register for event at the registration counter of the venue and receive a drink coupon (redeemable at the bar counter) and a name tag. Please wear the name tag always during the event with a name (real or not). The Bar and/or Organiser reserve the right to ask any person, not having a name tag to leave without assigning any reasons thereof
Smart casual attire . No flip-flops or slippers allowed
I will be there to meet and greet personally everyone of you
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Hello! I would like to go to this event. But I am very new to the group. Is it okay to go this event by myself? Thanks!
Yes, most of the newbies come by themselves. But after attending my event; they go back with a big circle of new friends.
If you are attending the event for the first time, it is only natural you get a bit nervous. Do not worry, go to "Newbie Corner" and meet me. How to identify me? I am an Indian with a name tag “FRANCIS(Host)"
hello! am new and haven't exactly tried such meetups so cld I ask how do we recognise each other?
It is very easy to recognize other members since all my members will have name tags. Most of my events are private events. Hence you can mingle with others freely.
My work will end late ... Can I get there by 8pm ?
Yes, but my only worry is that if you come late, you may lose the golden opportunity to meet most of the lovely guests
The group or the organiser shall not be held responsible nor liable for any of the guests’ incidents during any meetup organised.
The Organiser and Assistant Organiser reserve the right to refuse entry, expel from the event or ban any member from the group without assigning any reasons thereof.