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Guilt free pleasure with Bang Bang’s Dry July Mocktail Menu

Bang Bang’s $5 Happy Hour, has just become even more enticing, with their Dry July menu of delicious mocktails, available exclusively from 4.30pm – 6.30pm throughout July (closed 9 – 12 July).

These feel good drinks will make it ever so sweeter to part take in this year’s Dry July, supporting individuals affected by cancer. Since 2008, Dry July has inspired more than 130,000 Aussies to go dry, raising $30 million for people affected by cancer, and funding projects at more than 75 cancer organisations across Australia.

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DRY JULY MOCKTAIL MENU:

  • Cherub
    Strawberry, Vietnamese mint, apple and lemon
  • Leechi & Lemongrass
    Lychee, lemongrass, lemon and ginger
  • Cocktail 6
    Camomile flowers, lemon, cinnamon, pineapple and egg white
  • Marmalaid
    Orange marmalade, grapefruit, agave, lime and mint soda
  • Yu2
    Yuzu, pineapple, lemon and Bundaberg ginger beer

* Please note that Bang Bang will be closed from Monday 9-12 July and reopens on Friday 5pm on 13 July

$15 Bangin’ Curry Tuesdays at Bang Bang

For those who want to heat up with a belly full of warm food, Bang Bang is luring south siders to treat themselves with their $15 Bangin’ Curry Tuesdays.

Bangin’ Curry Tuesdays offers a rotating menu of three flavourful, regional and seasonal curries on offer for just $15.

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The launch menu at Bang Bang includes:

  • Pad prik king of pork belly
  • Beef green curry with black pepper
  • Yellow Curry Roasted Baby Cauliflower

Bang Bang’s Happy Hour has also extended on Tuesdays nights, with Colonial Brewing Co. schooners on offer for $5 all night from 4.30pm.

Sitting proudly in the heart of Elsternwick is this unique venue with an Indochine inspired menu of delicious food and drinks. The exotic greenery and styling seen throughout Bang Bang’s gorgeous indoor spaces flows out to a relaxed outdoor courtyard sitting adjacent to the local park. Despite the venue’s bustling city vibe, Bang Bang is a laid-back social hotspot for locals in the South East.

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**Information and Images Courtesy of Bang Bang/Zilla & Brook – Claire Raimondo

Connie Lambeth

The Australia Times News

Editor GOURMET – Food/Wine/Events

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literallyconnie@bigpond.com

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