It’s on for the fifth time, the annual Teneriffe Festival which turns the suburb into one big party from 9am to 9pm on Saturday July 5.
More than 30 food and wine businesses will welcome approximately 50,000 people for the celebration that highlights Teneriffe as one of Brisbane’s leading gastronomic areas.
At Green Beacon Brewery Adrian Slaughter says they will be rotating three beers and a cider across four taps all day long at their spot adjacent the River Stage.
“You can expect the normal crowd-pleasers such as the 3 Bolt Pale Ale and the Anchor Amber and we might just have a few surprises up our sleeve too,” says Adrian.
“We’ve also partnered with Malt Dining to bring you a great menu that perfectly matches our beers. Hard to go past a smoked Wagyu hot dog with Malt sauce and a cold ale while listening to some great music at the festival.”
Malt will also launch their range of pre-prepared, take-home meals, offering another great way for locals to enjoy the Malt Dining experience in the comfort of their own homes.
Claret House is offering an innovative way to beat the festival crush. They are pre-selling 80 VIP seats with a roaming canapés and beverage package for five hours.
“This will give you an exclusive area to use as well as an express drink service, so no need to line up,” says Claret House’s Chewie Choo.
“At Rogue Bar + Bistro, we’re all about the simplicity of good food, and our marquee will be featuring delicious twice cooked pork belly,” says Rach Yong, Rogue Bar + Bistro Manager.
Newly opened London Porterhouse will delight patrons with two food stalls and three bar areas serving their famous ribs and Bad Boy Fries, fresh seafood and Argentinian wine. They have also secured exclusive rights to Peroni for the day, making London Porterhouse the only place to enjoy the Italian beer. The restaurant will also offer a range of their most popular tapas and share plates and will be a great place to escape for a seated meal.
“We are very excited about London Porterhouse’s premiere event at the Teneriffe Festival this year,” says owner Mercedes McVeigh.
Don’t miss the London Laneway which in past years has proven to be one of the festival’s hidden gems. There will five jazz and roots acts scheduled to play here and seven individual fashion parades. Another highlight will be ever-popular Pork, Fork & Cork Laneway party hosted by Alfred and Constance.
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