Si, ees fun
BRINGING the feel of a Spanish fiesta is QT Port Douglas with their latest weekly offering, Estilo Domingo.
In English it translates to Stylish Sundays and promises to bring people together in the afternoon to share in ‘‘ la camilona’’ - in English, the feast.
Every Sunday afternoon, 1-4pm, chefs will have a set up on the lawn and cook for the crowds, offering $16 plates grilling smoky barbecue pork shoulder and serving it with flour tortillas, alongside cobb salsa, potatoes bravas and grilled corn on the cob, with chef’s own homemade hot sauce.
But for those with an appetite for a liquid lunch, guests can purchase $20 jugs of Sangria, or indulge in some refreshing $5 Corona beers.
QT’s PR and Events Coordinator Emily Byrne said this will be a fantastic way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
‘‘Getting back in touch with Estilo’s Spanish roots and relaunching Sundays has been a goal of ours for a while, but we wanted to make sure it was just right before integrating it in to the QT repertoire,’’ she said.
‘‘We’re about to head into a long, hot summer, so what bet- ter time to kick off a classic Sunday session on the lawn and by the pool, with the BBQ firing and jugs of scintillating sangria!
‘‘ Port is heaving at the moment and we’ve got a long weekend coming up so there’s no excuse not to come down and put a little style into your Sunday.
‘‘Plus, looking ahead to next weekend, Estilo Domingo will be the official recovery party of Sunset In The Park, with headline artist Michael Stangel backing up to do an intimate acoustic gig on the deck on Sunday afternoon.
‘‘Once he’s done he’s going to stick around for a chat and drinks, so I encourage everyone to come down, say hi and hang out, whilst DJ Brenton continues the entertainment.’’
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