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The perfect match: pairing music and cocktails

PUBLISHED: 12:00 18 July 2017

Michael Jackson and Zombie cocktail. Picture: Simon Burrell

Michael Jackson and Zombie cocktail. Picture: Simon Burrell

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Enjoy a Michael Jackson zombie or Bruce Springsteen IPA at the Jones Family Project

Listen to your favourite vinyl accompanied with a specially matched drink in this retro-inspired experience at bar and restaurant The Jones Family Project. Turntables provided.

The Vinyl and Cocktail Pairing Pop Up runs until the end of September. The bar team have specially curated a pairing menu that matches nine retro vinyl albums.

Sit back, relax, and go back to a time when listening to music involved sitting by the vinyl player. Guests can match their own drink to their album of choice, or opt for one of the specially chosen suggestions. They will also be handed headphones on arrival, and bar snacks and food will be available.

Some suggested pairings include: Frank Sinatra with Jack Daniels on the Rocks, Abba with an Absolut Cosmopolitan, Bruce Springsteen with Founders All Day IPA and Michael Jackson with a Zombie.

Book a table of up to six people for free.

For more information: jonesfamilyproject.co.uk

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