For the first time, The Argyle will open its doors extra early to kick-off Anzac Day celebrations. From 8am, The Argyle will be serving up a Gunfire Breakfast to those who attended the dawn service and others looking to start commemorations early on this special day, Thursday, 25 April 2013. Breakfast will be complimentary to service men and women in uniform until 10am.
Situated at The Rocks end of George Street, the finishing point of the official Anzac Day Parade, The Argyle at ArgyleXchange is the ideal place to come together to commemorate the day in the heart of Sydney.
Start the day with traditional army fare such as digger stew, bacon and egg burgers, and sausage and egg rolls, all served until midday.
From noon, two-up fires up in the iconic courtyard alongside a fair dinkum Aussie barbecue with steak sandwiches, hotdogs, burgers, BBQ skewers and sausages.
Drink specials throughout the day include The Argyle’s cocktail of the day ‘Long White Cloud’, a New Zealand -inspired cocktail made with fresh kiwifruit, mint, Finlandia Vodka and Pomme Vert Liquor and topped with apple juice!
And because no Anzac Day would be complete without lamingtons, pavlova and Anzac biscuits, The Argyle has that covered too.
Sydney funk cover band The Usual Suspects and a stellar line-up of Aussie DJ’s will also raise the roof on a party that will go into the late hours of the night.
The Argyle will also be open until late on Anzac Eve Wednesday, April 24 with DJ’s and a BBQ from 8pm, so head along after work and celebrate like it’s Friday.