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By Imogen Baker
March 10, 2016
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By Imogen Baker
March 10, 2016
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Greater Western Sydney has a lot of stuff going on, but, unfortunately for more western-anchored Sydneysiders, a smorgasbord of new fancy burger pop-ups is not one of them. Well, until now. Hashtag Burgers are swooping in to the rescue and bringing Dee Why Hotel's renowned burgers to Campbelltown's Orangeville Meat Co. on Friday, March 18. For one night triumphant night you won’t have to trek your weary bones into the city just to feel the sweet caress of a succulent burg betwixt your chompers. Huzzah!

Brad Johnson is the evil genius and head chef behind the epic Dee Why burgers that are so good the only appropriate response is an awed Cheesus Christ. He's designed a burger especially for the event featuring an Orangeville Meat Co. wagyu patty, premium Bolognese sauce, double American cheddar, jalapeños, iceberg lettuce, a twice-fried hash brown, Wild West sauce, pickles and a Japanese milk bun with a side of fries. Insert emoji that represents crying with happiness and food anticipation.

And that’s not even the end of it. The event will be DJed and Sydney Brewery will be there with a mobile bar packed full with beers and ciders. Orangeville Meat Co. are even planning on serving up a bourbon, maple and vanilla milkshake topped with cream, bacon salt, crisp pancetta and a mini maple bacon donut. Prepare your bibs, friends, it’s about to get messy up in here.

The event is ticketed, and you'll have to shell out $22.60 for the Westside Burger and a side of fries in advance. The 7pm and and 8pm sessions are already sold out, so we suggest getting in quick if you want to nab a ticket for the 6pm sitting.

The Dee Why Hotel Hashtag Burgers pop-up will be at Orangeville Meat Co., 2/11 Rodeo Road, Gregory Hills, Narellan on Friday, March 18. For more info, visit the Facebook event

Published on March 10, 2016 by Imogen Baker

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