What’s On in July

Fratelli Fresh Winter Festival
Warm up at Fratelli Fresh Manly and Miranda this winter with a trifecta of deals designed to give guests a home-cooked glow. Every Tuesday at each location is All-You-Can-Eat Pizza for $35 per person, including a glass red wine and bottomless scoops of house-made gelato. Every Wednesday is Ragu Wednesday with a revolving line-up of slow-cooked ragus on the mid-week menu for $29 per person, including Bolognaise and slow-cooked beef cheeks, accompanied with bottomless focaccia. Every Thursday is All-You-Can-Eat Mussels, including bottomless sourdough and fries, for $30 per person. There are three delicious flavours to choose from: classic mussels in Napoli and garlic sauce, Sicilian mussels with chilli, cherry tomatoes, garlic and parsley, and mussels with fennel, cream and garlic. Bookings HERE.


Double the Deutscher
The Bavarian has doubled down on all things Deutscher on its new menu, which means bigger, bolder Bavarian flavours and new classic dishes. The new motto: go bold, or go home! New dishes include Brotzeit-Teller, the German equivalent of Ploughman’s lunch, with Prager ham, cheese, leberwurst, loaf of rye bread and condiments; a traditional Bavarian pasta called Käsespätzle; and Bavarian Schmanckerl, which includes crackling pork belly, sausages, schnitzel, sauerkraut, red cabbage, creamy mash, apple compote and bier jus. Burgers have been turbocharged with German flavours, including the Oink Oink Burger with sliced pork belly, apple cabbage slaw, roast onions and BBQ sauce; the Kanzler Burger with beef patty, bacon, Swiss cheese, caramelised onion and horseradish mayo; the Killer Schnitty with Swiss cheese, cranberry sauce, lettuce, roasted walnuts and aioli in a pretzel bun; and the Berlin Mitte – a plant-based schnitzel in a pretzel bun.  The Bavarian’s famous crispy pork knuckle, crackling pork belly, Munich Platter and Wurst Platter continue to be available. Five schnitzels are served with fries, mash, or potato salad. Locations and bookings HERE.


Get Stuffed at Winghaus
Everyone’s favourite sports bar, Winghaus, has added a range of stuffed wings to the menu. The dangerously loaded line-up includes Monster Mac, packed full of Mac and Cheese with a touch of bacon jam; Hash Daddy stuffed with chorizo and potato hash; and Mr Rice Guy filled with Red Rice, Chilli and Onion. Three for $12 or $5 each. Winghaus is located at Circular Quay and Barangaroo in Sydney, and Edward Street in Brisbane. Bookings HERE.

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