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St Kilda's Newmarket Hotel Is Serving Up $5 Parmas for Dogs

Because even your four-legged friends deserve a decent pub meal.
By Samantha Teague
October 07, 2019
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St Kilda's Newmarket Hotel Is Serving Up $5 Parmas for Dogs

Because even your four-legged friends deserve a decent pub meal.
By Samantha Teague
October 07, 2019
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Whether you call them parmas, parmis, parmys or parmigianas, there's no debating that Aussies love 'em. The pub classic — breaded and fried chicken topped with tomato sauce and melted cheese — has become a bit of a national icon. You'll find it on the menu at almost every pub across the country, but one Melbourne pub is offering up a version that's a little different: a parma for dogs.

St Kilda's Newmarket Hotel believes, like us, that even our four-legged friends deserve a decent pub meal. So, every Tuesday the pub is serving up dog-friendly parmas for just $5 a pop. The mini chicken schnitzel comes topped with shaved ham and bocconcini, and is served with a side of 'chips' and 'salad' (well, dog treats and kibble — but don't tell Fido).

Of course, humans will find parmas here, too, with the dish available every Tuesday for just $15 (compared to the usual $21) including a side of beer-battered chips and salad. If you rock up between 4–7pm, you'll also be able to score some happy hour drinks, with $5.50 draught beer, house wine and spirits, and $12 cocktails.

Find Newmarket Hotel at 34 Inkerman Street, St Likda. It's serving up $5 puppy parmas and $15 human parmas every Tuesday from 4pm.

Published on October 07, 2019 by Samantha Teague

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