Brisbane's new wing and beer joint is celebrating its opening day with cheap chook pieces.
After opening several German-themed beer halls around the city, plus a colourful Mexican cantina, Rockpool Dining Group continues to expand its Brisbane footprint — this time, with a European and American-inspired joint that specialises in wings.
Named Winghaüs by Bavarian, seating 240 both inside and out, and headed to Edward Street in the CBD, the new concept is an offshoot of the hospitality empire's popular Bavarian spots. Opening on Saturday, September 28, it'll be the first venue in the country.
If you're a fan of poultry, then you might want to drop by that day, especially if you like plenty of chook pieces for cheap. From the moment that Winghaüs opens at 12pm, you'll be able to nab some wings for ten cents each. You'll have just over two-and-a-half hours to tuck in, with the special on offer until the first point is scored in the day's AFL grand final — which starts at 2.30pm.
Winghaüs' buffalo wings come with a choice of eight hot sauces and six dips, including teriyaki, blue cheese, ranch dressing, and honey and mustard.
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