Baby G Burger is back — with a highly-anticipated pop-up at East Street Hall this Sunday

When it comes to weekend wining and dining, two things are at the top of our wishlist at the moment: smash burgers and natural wine.

Satisfying our capricious cravings, the Baby G Burger & Natural Wine Pop-Up at East Street Hall is somewhat of a saviour. For both lunch and dinner this Sunday, the cult-followed Baby G Burger will be flipping its ultimate Double Cheeseburger that has had us dreaming since its last fleeting pop-up at The Fridge & Flagon. 

The team at East Street Hall has become seasoned professionals for inclusive events, and they will be on hand to sling signature sides, including hand-cut chips, buffalo wings, romaine salad and feel-good falafel.

Wash it down with natural wine pairings, including the crisp and dry I Am The Ninja Pet Nat from Testalonga, the aromatic and full-bodied Superblanc 2018 from Star Superette, and the silky Labour of Love Syrah from Little Wing of Waiheke. 

If you’re more confident with cocktails, East Street Hall’s classic drinks list will also be on offer, including a Sunday-suitable Bloody Mary or Lagerita — the latter is beer and tequila.

Because no Sunday session is complete without a soundtrack, music will be playing in the courtyard from 5pm. Haz Beats — who has been nominated for an APRA Silver Scroll Award for his work with Team Dynamite and was seen recently DJ’ing for LAB live — will bring the good vibes. Beatmaker Christoph El’ Truento, who rose up with the critically acclaimed @Peace and has several of his own smooth albums, will end the evening on a high. 

Baby G Burger & Natural Wine Pop-Up at East Street Hall
Sunday, 25th of July
12pm — 8pm 
(No reservations)

5 East Street
Auckland CBD

www.east-street-hall.com

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