The team at the recently reopened Newtown restaurant Hartsyard has come up with a cracking way to help blast away those Sunday morning hangovers — and it involves generous feasts and bottomless vino.
It has launched a new series of Sunday long lunches, which promise to go down a treat during these next few weeks, kicking into gear from September 23 and running until the end of November.
The restaurant ran a similar series of lunches in August, and they were so popular, the team decided to bring them back.
Chef-owner Gregory Llewellyn will be whipping up a $55 set menu up for grabs from 12–3pm each week. It's still in the planning stages, but we're told to expect dishes like raw fish, oysters and roast cuts of beef. If you have dietaries, Llewellyn assures they can be accommodated for, too.
Meanwhile, the bar will be open and slinging its full range of liquid offerings, which just happens to include $14 espresso martinis. And for a special treat, you'll also be able to match your lunch with two hours of bottomless vino for $25 a head. Yes, really — $25.
For $25 on top of the set menu (which'll set you back $80 in total) you can spend your Sunday drinking unlimited wine, thanks to the folks at Sparrow & Vine. On the day, you'll be able to choose from either a pinot grigio or nero d'avola from the Barossa Valley vineyard.
You can your reserve your spot at the boozy Sunday lunch, running from 12–3pm, via the website.
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