Cel­e­brat­ing good times as bar turns one

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FOR­GET the chil­dren’s toys and morn­ing teas – this first birth­day party will be un­like any other.

In­stead think sun-kissed skin, beers and plenty of oysters as you help cel­e­brate An­chor Bar’s first birth­day this Sun­day from 3pm.

Known for its cruisy vibe and live mu­sic, this bar knows how to put on a good Sun­day ses­sion.

Owner Josh Knut­son said the day was all about cel­e­brat­ing the bar’s hum­ble be­gin­nings to what it is to­day.

“It’ll be a fun-filled cel­e­bra­tion open to any­one,” he said.

“This is our way of of­fer­ing some­thing back for con­tin­ued lo­cal sup­port.”

Tipped to be a high­light of the af­ter­noon will be the ap­pear­ance of dubbed ‘oys­ter girl’ shucker Stephanie Ver­haa­gen.

Hail­ing from Hol­land where she shucks pro­fes­sion­ally, this will be Ms Ver­haa­gen’s first show in Australia.

Dressed in a sim­ple white tee with a white apron, jeans and heels, she brings elo­quence and flair to the tasty dish with her sway­ing hips and tan­ta­lis­ing se­lec­tion plucked fresh from the sea and shucked on site.

There will also be tast­ings from An­chor Bar’s up­dated menu and live mu­sic from 4-7pm.

“This is a fam­ily-friendly event with the pool open for chil­dren if mum or dad wants to wind down their week­end with a bev­er­age or two,” Mr Knut­son said.

OYS­TER GIRL: Stephanie Ver­haa­gen will per­form her first oys­ter shuck in Australia this Sun­day at the An­chor Bar.

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