That’s so fetch: There’s a ‘Mean Girls’ themed high tea happening in September

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That’s so fetch: There’s a ‘Mean Girls’ themed high tea happening in September

Mean Girls
From: 'Mean Girls' (2004)

The coolest high tea, like ever, is coming to Evie's Disco Bar & Diner on September 18.

The Brunch Club is bringing pink back again. This unique high tea experience is coming to Evie’s Disco Diner on Gertrude Street on September 18. It will feature cocktails, lip-sync battles, trivia and a best dressed award. If you’ve ever felt personally victimized, raise your glasses, dress in pink and join them for the coolest event, like ever.

What you, like, totally need to know

  • Evie’s Disco Diner are hosting a Mean Girls themed High Tea
  • It’s a themed brunch with a bespoke cocktail, but the day also includes a trivia, lip-sync battles and prizes for best dressed
  • It all goes down on September 18

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Brush up on your Mean Girls trivia knowledge, because they’re hosting a trivia with some totally fetch prizes to be won. They’ll also have a prize for the best dressed – so come head to toe in pink, even though September 18 is a Sunday and not a Wednesday (scandalous). Much to Regina George’s disgust, there will be plenty of carbs – as well as bubbly prosecco and cute cocktails. You can also choose to upgrade on the day to an all-you-can-drink package for $25, so you can get legless with your girl gang.


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Evie’s Disco Diner are known for their boozy bottomless brunches that go down on the weekends from 11am until 3pm. They’re known for being the city’s booziest brunches, so you know you’re in good hands with their Mean Girls themed high tea. A staple of Fitzroy’s Gertrude Street, Evie’s Disco Diner pay homage to the iconic era of 80s New York while keeping up with modern tastes and sensibilities. Since opening on Valentine’s Day 2018, they’ve been a bastion of queer culture and inclusivity in Melbourne’s inner north.

Don’t get FOMO, grab your ticket by heading here.