Munich Brauhaus and The Bavarian unveil four frivolous winter parties
Thursday, 20 June 2019: Munich Brauhaus in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne and The Bavarian restaurants at Bondi and Manly are embracing the cold and revelling in winter with a month of wonderful, wacky and whimsical parties set to bring the haus down.
Four different, winter-inspired parties will take place throughout the chilly months of July and August, each following a playful theme: 80s après ski, Christmas in July, colourful winter onesies and a white-themed, Auf Wiedersehen winter party.
Winter party calendar:
- Saturday, 6 July: 80s aprés ski
- Saturday, 20 July: Christmas in July
- Saturday, 10 August: Colourful winter onesies
- Saturday, 31 August: Auf Wiedersehen winter
From fluoro ski attire and ugly Christmas jumpers, to warm onesies and white-coloured outfits, party-goers are encouraged to dress in costume for the chance to win a $200 restaurant voucher at each event.
The parties kick off at 7pm, with a line-up of games and challenges such as nail hammering, stein holding, yodelling and beer pong, with restaurant vouchers and other prizes for winners.
Revellers can go in the draw to win prizes at each event. Winners will be drawn at 9pm.
The guest who parties the hardest at each event will also be awarded with a voucher entitling them to a free pretzel with the purchase of a drink, at any Bavarian restaurant, for life.
Each restaurant will turn on the winter magic with charming decorations, while a snow machine at Munich Brauhaus is set to create some extra fun. There will be a photo booth for guests to make some memories, while groovers and shakers can dance the night away, with a DJ spinning tunes from 9pm.
Guests can fuel up on a fantastic range of winter warming dishes including two, hearty, pork platters ($35pp) that are jam-packed with fragrant flavours and spices. Munich Brauhaus and The Bavarian’s famous crackling pork belly ($31) is also a perfect seasonal dish, featuring red cabbage, onion bier jus, mashed potatoes and apple compote, while a curried vegetable and lentil pie served with mash potato and apple chutney ($26.50) is the ideal meat-free option.