WingHAÜS by Bavarian brings flagship sports bar to Barangaroo

Doors open in time for Super Bowl championship. 

WingHAÜS by Bavarian, the wing-packed, sauce-smacked, sports-bar spinoff of Australia’s fun-loving The Bavarian family, is opening a Sydney flagship venue at Barangaroo on Monday, 8 February with the doors opening and 40 taps of beer flowing in time for the Super Bowl championship. Replacing Beerhaüs at Scotch Row, a stone’s throw from the water, WingHAÜS Barangaroo is 250 seats of sports bar fun, with a spectacular, wrap-around outdoor terrace. There are 20 large-screen TVs for live sports games viewing.

Reservations have just opened for the new Barangaroo location. Side note: its sister site – WingHAÜS at Gateway dining precinct, Circular Quay – is already fully booked for the Big Game!

COVID-safe and spaced, and with a convenient contactless payment option in place, the doors of WingHAÜS Barangaroo open at 10am with the Super Bowl commencing at 10.30am. NFL fans who choose WingHAÜS for their annual Big Game pilgrimage can shout themselves two 500ml steins of beer and 10 sauce-doused classic chicken wings for $50.

Or take the squad, commandeer a couple of high-topped tables or a communal table, and dive into classic, boneless, fried, and cauliflower wings, in servings of 10, 20, 50, or 100 pieces. There are nine signature hot sauces to choose from, and seven accompanying dips: blue cheese, ranch dressing, honey and mustard, garlic, haüs sauce, chipotle mayo and gravy. Adventurous wing lovers can try 13 additional limited-edition ‘Wingfest’ sauces and spice rubs until the end of February.

Alternatively, guests can tackle one of seven flavour-packed burgers served with fries, from an affordable $16 each. Side dishes are perfect bar snacks and beer accompaniments: think hot chips, mash and gravy, giant salted warm pretzels, onion rings, potato gems, buffalo ranch chips and Texas BBQ and ranch chips.

Those who are watching Super Bowl in the office can order via Deliveroo, Menulog and UberEats, with office catering packs also available. And whether NFL fans are celebrating or suffering post-Super Bowl blues they can stay on for Wing Hour from 5pm to 7pm. During this two-hour window, which is available every weekday, diners can score 50-cent classic wings, $5 side dishes, $5 wines, $6 pints, $11 steins, $7.50 Margaritas, Aperol Spritz, Negroni and Espresso Martini.

Rockpool Dining Group Chief Executive Officer Thomas Pash said: “We’re thrilled to be launching this Sydney flagship WingHAÜS by Bavarian at Barangaroo just in time for Super Bowl”.

“This is our third WingHAÜS to open in 18 months with the first in Brisbane and Sydney having earned solid reputations as key destinations for sporting events. Their success is very much behind our plan to expand the brand across Australia this year, including at the bustling Barangaroo precinct where we believe a casual, affordable and fun sports bar experience will be well received.”

WingHAÜS Barangaroo boasts a long bar with high stool seating and 40 beers on tap, including German stalwarts Löwenbräu, Paulaner, Franziskaner, Spaten and Hofbräu, American bellwethers Budweiser and Goose Island, prized Belgian brews by Hoegaarden and Stella Artois, and Aussie heroes 4 Pines, Pirate Life and Balter Brewing Company. Cocktails on tap include Margaritas, Aperol Spritz, Negroni and Espresso Martini. Stein Ritas deliver frozen margaritas in a 1-litre glass stein.

Rockpool Dining Group Director of Casual Brands John Sullivan said: “WingHAÜS is the home of sports and the destination for chicken wings, beers and burgers in Sydney and Brisbane”.

“We offer a full day of live sport running into the evening and the option for guests to use Listen Everywhere streaming wireless technology to listen to any sport that is being played in the venue through their phone in case their favourite team isn’t being screened on the main AV system. WingHAÜS really is a unique experience.”

Scotch Row, Harrington Street, Barangaroo South, NSW 2000
Open 11am-late daily
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