It feels like it was only a minute ago we were guiding you down Chapel Street to try Glenelg’s new health food hotspot. But here we are again. And with a great excuse.
To help fight the winter blues, RAW Conscious Eatery is treating us all to a night of goodies.
On Friday June 10, the lovely people of RAW are hosting a mid-year party, with 30% off everything in store and on their menu.
With the party kicking off at 6pm and ending at 9pm, it’s the perfect time to grab dinner, a sweet something, or stock up on some of your favourite goodies. I’m always a sucker for breakfast food at dinner.
It’s not too early to be thinking about long weekend plans – especially with SWOTVAC just around the corner. Comfort food without the guilt? Eating out without breaking the bank? Count me in.
If you can’t make this time around, or if you can and want a round two, RAW will be hosting another party over winter, so keep your eyes peeled on their Facebook page for next time.
Start your weekend in the best way. Eg, rugging up and keeping your belly happy.
Where: 2/2 Chapel Street, Glenelg
When: Friday the 10th of June, 6-9pm
Images via RAW's Facebook page
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