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      Walk-Up Natural Wine Tasting - Saturday 21 May

      Walk-Up Natural Wine Tasting - Saturday 21 May

      This Saturday 21 May we’re hosting P&V Wine + Liquor Merchants in store and offering complementary tastings of two natural wines curated by high profile freelance wine and drinks writer, journalist and wine judge Mike Bennie.

      If you like what you taste, you can settle in for a glass or two in our cafe until 6pm.

      Date: Saturday 21 May
      Time: 3:00 - 5:00pm
      Location: Sorry Thanks I Love You, Level 1, Westfield Sydney, 188 Pitt Street.
      Tickets: Tastings are free and no bookings are required.

      Wine available by the glass on Saturday 21 May only at our cafe.

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      Natural Wine Tasting: Thursday 5 May

      Natural Wine Tasting: Thursday 5 May

      We've partnered with Sydney natural wine royalty P&V Wine + Liquor Merchants on a series of bespoke events designed for you to let you level up your wine knowledge.

      Join us on Thursday 5 May for our first bespoke tasting in the mini atrium at Sorry Thanks I Love You, with P&V Merchants' expert Sarah Devine.

      Try four different natural wines from around the world (curated by high profile freelance wine and drinks writer, journalist and wine judge Mike Bennie) and learn about the culture, the history, and the joy of natural wines.

      Date: Thursday 5 May
      Time: 6-7pm
      Location: Sorry Thanks I Love You, Level 1, Westfield Sydney, 188 Pitt Street.
      Tickets: $45
      Light snacks provided.

      Space at this special event is very limited and tickets are capped. Book your ticket here.

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      Sorry Thanks I Love You x Single O

      Sorry Thanks I Love You x Single O

      Our cafe menu has the industry quite excited...

      Sorry Thanks I Love You is the only cafe in Australia to be serving all 10 single origin coffees from Sydney coffee royalty Single O.


      The Sorry Thanks I Love You Café

      Our newly-opened flagship has been described “a big, boujee playground for adults” (Concrete Playground), “unlike anything else in Sydney” and, quite simply, “extraordinary.” (Broadsheet Sydney)

      Located in the basement at Westfield Sydney, our space includes Sorry Thanks I Love You’s first ever hospitality concept: a tiny, sleek oasis of a café serving up specialty coffee and a handful of perfect treats from Clovelly’s cult custard tart purveyor Tuga and Byron Bay’s superfood vegan chocolatier Loco Love. 

      From construction to menu, our first ever hospitality concept has been conceived along the same curatorial principles applied to the rest of our range: with a focus on excellence and simplicity.

      While the Sorry Thanks I Love You store hosts the newest collections from Comme Des Garçons, Issey Miyake, Marni, and a stable of up-and-coming and local makers like Momoko Hatano and Dinosaur Designs, entertainment at the adjoining café includes a library of rare and vintage fashion, art and architecture titles, small-run magazines from independent global publishers, and games by local artists Ken Done and Kim Siew Gogan.

      The Architecture: An Eight Thousand Piece Sculpture Built By Night

      Our store and café is housed within a space that feels more like a sculpture than a store. Every piece of the eight-thousand-piece interwoven timber space designed by Han Lim from StudioMKZ was painstakingly hand assembled by night over four months by Archiway’s Scott Sun and his team.

      The sleek, 30 metre-long crescent of communal, tiered seating in the café has been specifically designed to also accommodate a mashed up event program including natural wine tastings with P&V Wine + Liquor, coffee cuppings with Single O, and cheese tastings with Bruny Island Cheese’s Nick Haddow, all against a soundscape powered by French luxury audio specialists Devialet. 

      The Autumn Menu: Double Digit Single Origin Coffees  

      We’re working with the country’s leading single origin and specialty coffee experts for this project: Single O – a company famously picky about the operators with whom it will partner. We’re the only one of these partners to be offering every all 10 of Single O’s single origin coffees on their menu.

      “Single O stands for specialty coffee and we’re selective about who we work with because it goes back to doing right by the people who planted the seeds at the start of this journey,” says Single O’s Frankie Muir.

      “When you look at our bags of coffee the first thing you’ll notice is the name of the farmer who made it. When it comes to making coffee of this quality, the farmers are selective about which cherries they pick - so we’re just as selective about choosing partners who will do that coffee justice and showcase its quality.  That’s why we’re working with Sorry Thanks I Love You.”

      The kaleidoscope of washed and unwashed coffees on the menu range from $4 to a baller $10 and are sourced from small-lot farmers and painstaking producers from all over the world -  from Honduras to Ethiopia. Many of these producers take a fine wine-making approach to their craft, borrowing both terminology and techniques from cognac production and viticulture, which translates to cupping scores range from 80 to an almost unheard of 96. All of this means that visitors to our café can try a different, best-in-class cup whenever they visit. 

      We’re not interested in being another CBD café churning out coffee and oversized cookies. Sorry Thanks I Love You is about offering the people the opportunity to try some of the world’s best in a particular category – whether that’s a sweater made from the softest cashmere in the world, or a coffee that stops the Q Graders in their tracks.

      Our expansive single origin menu has just launched, with more projects in the works for later in the season.  

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      The Sorry Thanks I Love You café is open from 9.30am – 4.00 every day at Sorry Thanks I Love You, Level 1, Westfield Sydney, 188 Pitt Street, Sydney.

       

      Easter Opening Hours

      Easter Opening Hours

      New collections from Pleats Please Issey Miyake, MM6 Maison Margiela and Western Australian chocolatiers Bahen & Co have just arrived...

      Find us in the basement at Westfield Sydney this long weekend.
      Friday 15 April: Closed
      Saturday 16 April: 10.00am - 6.00pm
      Sunday 17 April: Closed
      Monday 18 April: 12.00pm - 5.00pm
      Tuesday 19 April: 12.00pm - 6.00pm
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      New arrival: Marni Resort 22

      New arrival: Marni Resort 22

      Marni's newest collection has arrived at Sorry Thanks I Love You. For Resort '22, Francesco Risso sought to make clothing that brings people joy.

      As always, the collection was a collaboration between friends and muses, serving as a way to cultivate community and celebrate the legacy Risso has brought to Marni so far.  

      Find it in store at Sorry Thanks I Love You in the basement at Westfield Sydney, 188 Pitt Street, Sydney.

      A small edit of pieces are available online here.

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