$20 Pork Knuckle Day
Feast on one of the German Club's legendary slabs of pork — all for a lobster.
If you like roast pork topped with plenty of crackling, then you're probably a fan of the Brisbane German Club's pork knuckles. Slow-cooked, weighing in at one kilogram, and served with fried potatoes, sauerkraut and smoked beer gravy, these authentic-style pork hocks are one of the city's iconic dishes — and, no matter when you head by the Woolloongabba spot, they're always popular.
Expect them to be flying out the kitchen on Sunday, February 28 though. The German Club is dubbing the occasion $20 Pork Knuckle Day, and the details are self-explanatory — because yes, you'll be nabbing this tasty, crispy meal for a considerable discount.
Bookings are essential — again, these pork knuckles have many, many aficionados — by contacting the venue in advance. You'll likely want to make your reservation for an early time, because this is a first in, best dressed offer.
Sipping your way through the bar's hefty range of German beers and schnapps will cost you extra, of course, but it'll be well worth it.
Top image: Brisbane German Club.