It's an event that's not to be missed - the team of Newtown burger joint, Mary's, is taking over the kitchen at Jack Ruby's! A prelaunch to their arrival at Adelaide's upcoming Beer and BBQ Festival, the takeover is held at Americana-inspired Jack Ruby's lounge bar and diner, in collaboration with Africola, Adelaide's South African BBQ joint.
The pop up sideshow brings together three of Adelaide's biggest loves: burgers, booze (this is where Young Henry enters, stage left), and live music.
The menu was recently announced, and is as follows:
Richard Gunners Fancy Longhorn beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and Mary’s Sauce
Africola Peri Peri Burger:
Duncan’s Peri Peri chicken with boom chakalaka sauce
Mary’s Trashcan bacon sandwiched between a Mary’s patty and Duncan’s Peri Peri chook with Cheese, Boom Chakalaka and Mary’s Sauce
Supa Hot and Cheese Gems:
Gems, Mpumalunga fire sauce and Young Henry's Beer cheese.
The event is an opportunity to experience the famous burgers of Mary's without the hassle of travelling interstate, right in our hometown comfort of Jack Ruby's. Combined with Young Henry's handcrafted brews, a twist of punk-rock, and a night that goes on until everyone runs out of steam, it's a sure winner.
Where: Basement, 89 King William Street, Adelaide
When: Monday, June 4th
Time: 6PM onwards
Or take a look at the Facebook Event for more details!
Header image via event Facebook page
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