Jack Daniel’s Southern Schnitzel – from Tuesday, 3 November
The Bavarian is giving its traditional schnitzel an iconic southern-style makeover for the month of November, and it’s a crispy-southern-spiced dream. The latest Schnitzel of the Month is named the Jack Daniel’s Southern Schnitzel ($26) for its southern US and Tennessee whiskey inspiration. This crisp beauty comprises lightly spiced buttermilk-and-yoghurt-brined chicken breast doused in a thick flour crumb that is laced with a blend of 10 spices.
Deep fried until insanely crunchy and gloriously golden, it is accessorised with potato gems that are lightly dusted in chipotle chilli seasoning, creamy cabbage slaw, and generous dollops of Frank’s hot sauce & Jack Daniel’s BBQ sauce. The Bavarian is open at Charlestown, Rouse Hill, Castle Hill, Shellharbour, Tuggerah, Manly, Macarthur, Miranda, Penrith, Green Hills, Entertainment Quarter and York Street. Bookings HERE.
Spice it up with mango habanero hot sauce – throughout November
WingHAÜSby Bavarian, the wing-packed, sauce-smacked, sports-bar spinoff of The Bavarian family, is launching the latest addition to its Allstar Flavour Series. A mango habanero hot sauce will be added to the menu throughout November. Spoiler alert: it’s deliciously addictive – spicy and not too sweet with mellow tropical notes. On the WingHAÜS heat index it’s two flames, which means it’s hot, but not excessively so. It joins the eight signature sauces already on the menu, so diners can choose it to dunk their classic, boneless, or cauliflower wings into. (Guests choose one sauce to accompany their wings, at no extra cost.) Or for $3 they can buy it to dip their hots chips or potato gems into. Mango habanero doused menu items are best enjoyed with a frozen mango margarita ($15), or dial it up to a Stein Rita ($24), which is a one-litre stein filled with frozen mango margarita. WingHAÜSis located at Level 1, Gateway dining precinct, Circular Quay. Bookings HERE.
Movies under the stars at The Argyle – every Wednesday in November
Nothing screams ‘summer is coming’ like a bit of outdoor cinema action. The Argyle’s Open-Air Cinema has some cracking movies coming up in November.
Relax in a deckchair in the cobblestone courtyard at this iconic cinema under the stars and enjoy cult classics every Wednesday, from 7pm. Refreshments are close at hand, including two-for-one wood-fired pizza ($30), 10-cent buffalo wings, and happy hour $5 drinks from 5pm to 7pm. We’ve also given everyone’s favourite movie treat an upgrade, with $15 Salted Caramel Popcorn Espresso Martinis on the menu. Here is the November line-up:
- 4th November: 50 First Dates
- 11th November: Crazy Stupid Love
- 18th November: Deadpool
- 18th November: Deadpool
Screenings commence at 7pm. Entry is free but bookings are essential.The Argyle is located in The Rocks, Sydney. Bookings HERE.
Burritos are back at El Camino Cantina – from week commencing Monday, 23 November
Tex-Mex diner El Camino Cantina is bringing back its big-hitting burritos ($19.50). They’re plump with Mexican rice, black beans, shredded iceberg, sautéed onion, capsicum, cheese, chipotle mayo, and pico de gallo. Diners have the option of adding grilled chicken or ground beef. Guests can ditch the tortilla wrap and go for a burrito bowl ($21), which is a combination of Mexican rice, black beans, shredded iceberg, cheese, pico de gallo, coriander, jalapeño and sour cream. Grilled chicken or ground beef can be added for $5 each, and guacamole for $3. El Camino Cantina is located at The Rocks, Manly, Miranda and The Entertainment Quarter. Bookings HERE.