Its Wednesday, which means its cocktail night, tonight from 5-9pm were offering a 2for1 special on South Side Martini’s (Bacardi, Fresh Mint, Lime & a drop of sugar), R35.00
We love our Johnny Gold Weiss Beer, & delighted its just edged the top spot in sales, Windhoek Lager remains very popular.
1. Johnny Gold Weiss Beer (On Tap) - by Boston Breweries ( locally brewed)
2. Windhoek Lager — NamBrew
3. Slow Beer — by Darling Breweries (locally brewed)
Good Friday (2012–04-06) 6pm — 1am
Saturday (2012–04-07) 11am — 1am
Easter Sunday (2012–04-08) Closed
Easter Monday (2012–04-09) Closed
With roti’s, rice & salsa.
Coming in at number one was our lovely & rare delight, the Cucumber & Elderflower Martini, who knocked off our sturdy classic, the Balalaika from first spot.
1. Cucumber & Elderflower Martini (made more special as its not yet on our regular menu)
3. Cranberry Chiller
5. Martini Classic
To Celebrate World Whisky Day, we’re adding whisky flights to our menu starting today for at least the next few weeks.
How it works: You get to choose any 3 of our 7 delicious Highland single malt whisky’s, It’ll cost you R96 (Valued at +-R150 normally), this includes room temp or ice cold spring water, a few crackers & tasting notes.
See our earlier post for a list of our single malts ( or just look @ the pic below)
We hope you enjoy!
Since 1494(earliest recorded history) Whisky has been distilled in scotland (due to a lack of grapes on the islands, barley beer was used instead, which resulted in the development of whisky),where malt was sent “To Friar John Cor, by order of the king, to make aquavitae”.
Join us for a drink tonight & you can have one of our great Cottage Pie slices for only R40. Meat & Veg options available. Also includes a tasty & healthy side salad.
(photo) — cottage pie before — we will be updating this throughout the day.
What started out as a nightmare that could have ended up at correctional services turned into a perfectly entertaining night — thank you. I still can’t believe that trannie was unharmed — this morning in the light I was shocked to see the size of the dent in Victor (my 1967 Citroën Pallas) and I can’t get the mixture of grease and lipstick off. Perhaps there’s somewhere nearby I can get my car washed? I do admire those Strand Street trannies — they are a resilient lot, how they literally bounce back when struck down is nothing short of remarkable. My third husband Donald once knocked over a pedestrian who unfortunately did not survive and it haunted him to his dying day. I’m deeply grateful and those martinis definitely helped soothe my frayed nerves.
As a champagne socialist I do sometimes feel a little outnumbered by all the DA people you seem to be attracting. I overheard some of madam’s fans discussing the installation of these sensors in the parking bays. Apart from the drilling which is driving me dilly, I think it’s far too first world for our city. Is Patsy trying to get a job in a scandinavian municipality? Now she’ll know how long I’ve parked Victor outside your bar when I come for my lunch. That used to just be between me and Esther, the lovely parking marshall.
I do feel awful for the trannie, if you see her won’t you please give her a Reuben sandwich and I’ll pay for it when I’m next in?
Kitty le Grange