By Annette Shailer
The evening involves 50 top restaurants playing host to dinner parties throughout the city before limousines collect the guests and take them to a secret location after-party.
The charity event will have a ‘sparkle’ theme with more than 600 partygoers drinking wines supplied by Chandon.
Taking place in six cities around Australia this month, the Chandon Supper Club will see around 3000 people, over 250 dinner parties and raise $1 million for Camp Quality.
The money raised will help send up to 2000 children living with cancer to Camp Quality — a group aiming to cheer up sick children with fun and optimism.
Chandon CEO, Dr Tony Jordan, said they were happy to be providing the drinks for the evening, supporting the event alongside the restaurant industry.
“We are proud to be associated with this unique, fun event, raising money for such a worthwhile cause,” he said.