Parisian Picnic Super Brunch | Warehouse Party | KOLABBOcafe | Cool Things To Do in Jakarta This Weekend (Apr 5-7)

Parisian Picnic Super Brunch at Jakarta Restaurant & The Courtyard, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta. Photo: The Dharmawangsa Jakarta
Parisian Picnic Super Brunch at Jakarta Restaurant & The Courtyard, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta. Photo: The Dharmawangsa Jakarta

Parisian Picnic Super Brunch

Inspired by the popular picnic style in Paris, the 15th edition of Super Brunch will highlight the basic elements of French picnics: bread, cheese, meat, and wine. Dine and relax in a laid-back atmosphere with over more than 120 dishes including the best Parisian delicacies.

Sunday, April 7 at Jakarta Restaurant & The Courtyard, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta. Reservations required: (62-21) 725 8181 ext. 6237

Warehouse Party

Cork&Screw Plaza Indonesia is throwing a final hurrah before its scheduled renovation. Grab the largely discounted bottles of wines and spirits to accompany you chilling and dancing under the neon lights with music by DJ w.W.

Friday, April 5 at Cork&Screw Plaza Indonesia. RSVP by phone: +6221 3199 6659 or WhatsApp: +62877 0999 0228.

Hennzle All In

Dance your troubles away to the best disco tunes by RUCI’s Joint’s very own Hennzle All Stars DJs: Legendary Nobody (Neysa), Ednafaith, and Dionysius Gilang.

Friday, April 5 at RUCI’s Joint. RSVP to +628111701452


The first pop-up cafe by DMDIO, a subsidiary of interior architecture firm Domisilium Studio, is a combination of food, art, furniture, home decor, and everything in between. KOLABBOcafe is showcasing DMDIO’s product design, alongside collaborations with other local brands: Pottum, Sulla Home, Beranda Home & Living, Moire Bespoke Rugs, SPASIUM, Snctry Health Bar, and Manatea Softserve.

KOLABBOcafe is currently running until Sunday, April 7 at Ruang Dua Sembilan. Free Entry

The Monster Chapter II: Momentum

The solo exhibition by artist J. Ariadhitya Pramuhendra invites visitors to catch the meaning of monsters seen in a child’s imagination, rather than seeing them through the eyes of an adult. Growing up in a Catholic household, Pramuhendra’s body of works exhibited in The Monster Chapter II: Momentum are related to his childhood and Christian history, reflected in Western-style arts expression. This is his biggest solo exhibition so far, and his works are displayed across three exhibits at Galeri Nasional.

The Monster Chapter II: Momentum exhibition is currently running until Sunday, April 7 from 10 am to 7 pm at Galeri Nasional. Free Entry

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