Independence Day in America means fireworks, BBQs, beaches, picnics and other events that make a summer holiday perfect. Now, we may be in the midst of winter here and you may not be able to get deep fried butter in Sydney but we have plenty of other ways for you to pay homage to our American friends this 4th of July.
SoCal is throwing an all-American party this fourth of July with buttermilk soaked southern fried chicken, meatball sliders and hotdogs. Wash this all down with Samuel Adams lager and shots of Fireball cinnamon whisky. Kicking off from 5.30pm until 2am there will be live music and all the American love you can handle – Stars and Stripes Forever!
Could this be Sydney’s most American-inspired menu? With a $50 feast of US-flavoured dishes including mini chilli dogs, New York style bagels, grilled Cajun shrimp and waffles with chocolate sauce we think so. But it doesn’t end there, Foosball tables, cheerleaders, fairy floss, popcorn, make-up stations and photo booths will all be apart of the celebrations at The Bourbon in Potts Point this 4th of July.
Mr Tipplys, CBD
Mr Tipplys will go all out this 4th of July, theming the space in a vision of red, white and blue. Lunch and dinner bookings will be available, think an all American feast including cheese burgers, fries, hot and spicy chicken wings, hotdogs and what is more fitting than Millers Beer and refreshing Long Island Ice Teas to top it all off?
What better way to celebrate America’s freedom than with American craft beers? Choose from kegs of Kingpin Double Red Ale or an extensive selection of American bottled beers and with a bonafide New Yorker behind the grill. There will also be a great array of American-style bar snacks available on offer.
For their third successful year The Backroom are hosting their 4th of July celebrations with the help of Budweiser and Patron. They will be showcasing all that is great in American culture of art , music and fashion. Enjoy American themed cocktails for $10, live music and $5 Tap beer and cider! Open late.