Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick’s Day is a special day on the celebration calendar, and what better way to live it up than at one of Australia’s most award–winning restaurants.
Now, given the Australian restaurant scene is world-class, there is no shortage of award–winning restaurants. So, to help you on your way, here are three suggestions for your St Patties day bucket list that don’t start with P.J.
￼Located in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, OTTO is great for those who want to enjoy some great Australian produce served in a contemporary Italian style. Aside from the mouth-watering food and award-winning wine list, OTTO offers jaw-dropping views for those that want to dine outside.
If you’re up for a special lunch or dinner this St. Patrick’s Day, then Otto Brisbane is the perfect place.
￼Rockpool Sydney is one restaurant that you simply shouldn’t miss. So, use this St Patricks Day as the excuse you need for a classy lunch or dinner before heading to the pub to let your hair down.
With grilled and wood fire meats all the way through to seafood platters, nobody will be leaving hungry with this divine menu.
Now, before you leave to have a sneaky beer, be sure to check out the award-winning wine list and make Rockpool your destination this St Patricks Day.
￼If you’re up for something a little different, Long Chim might be the perfect location for those in Melbourne. “Long Chim” means “come, try and taste”, and the restaurant offers food inspired by the flavours of Thai street food culture.
So, on a day where we celebrate distant other cultures, be sure to mix the pot with a long lunch to Long Chim before hitting the pubs!
To find more details on these and many more award-winning restaurants, visit www.gourmettravellergiftcard.com.au. Don’t forget to pick-up your gift card a use the online restaurant booker to confirm your St Patricks Day venue!
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