GQ kicked things off with a runny-yolk, caramelised onion scotch egg, washed down with a pint of local staple, Adnams. A deliciously unctuous pork belly followed and was served with silky mash and an artfully balanced homemade Bramley apple sauce. The menu is regularly revitalised, with dishes making seasonal appearances.
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Ashley Mackenzie-White, ginger gathering organiser. While it's a couple weeks too late for Prince Harry to attend, dozens people with red hair are expected to be there. She and her three children, now in their 20s, all had red hair - and all of them were teased as children.
The Royal Crown Hotel is an easy going neighbourhood pub which attracts locals and tourists alike. The interior reflects the local flora and fauna with food and drink offerings to rival any other pub in Australia. Newcastle's best beer garden is extremely popular with families whilst the Front Bar offers a loud hub of racing, ping pong and local characters.
One bar is offering an extra special treat to ginger topped patrons this St Patrick's Day. In celebration of the nation's most patriotic hair colour, Bar Rua on Clarendon Street is offering an extra special treat to ginger topped patrons this St Patrick's Day. Still though, not a bad way for the flame haired among us to kick off their St Patrick's Day celebrations.
Source: Google Maps. Bar Rua is a new craft beer pub replacing the old Clarendon Bar in the city centre. Calling all Redheads!
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IN the beginning, which was less than two years ago, Meg Grace cooked dinner on Thursday nights. That was all that she and her partners in the Redhead — which they had opened as a bar, with the goal of turning it into a restaurant — could manage or afford. It was a way of honing their skills and building a following in their East Village neighborhood while they upgraded the kitchen and refurbished the modest space.