Si, ees fun

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FRONT PAGE -

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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