18/07/2019 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Main South Road, Hackham, SA, 5163, Fleurieu Peninsula
Celebrate Christmas in July at Mick O’Shea’s
What’s on in Adelaide during the winter months? Christmas in July at Mick O’Shea’s of course!
Join us at Mick O’Shea’s for the annual celebrations and be entertained with; live music, a visit from Santa and face painting.
Head in for Christmas in July dinner from 5pm and enjoy the Christmas A La Carte menu, as well as a selection of food specials. Ben Ford-Davies will be playing live music from 6-9pm, while the kids can get their face painted from 6-8pm. Plus as always, a visit from the man himself – Santa!
Furthermore, make the most of the school holidays and bring the kids in to celebrate Christmas in July at Mick’s. A family friendly Adelaide event that’s fun for all!
Book now via the booking form below, or instead call 08 8384 6944.
Christmas in July at Mick O’Shea’s Includes:
- $10 White Christmas Mojito
- $10 Winter Blues Cocktail
- Christmas A La Carte menu
- Food specials
- Live music with Ben Ford-Davies 6-9pm
- Face painter 6-8pm
- Happy hour 5-6pm
Christmas Specials (choose from 3 course or single items)
- 3 course
including dinner roll
Prawn Tacos (2)
crispy pastry wrapped prawn’s, guacamole, heirloom tomato, cucumber & coriander salsa
Roasted Turkey Breast
duck fat potatoes, roasted pumpkin, baby carrots, garden peas, stuffing & cranberry gravy
Christmas Fruit Pudding
+ Brandy crème Anglaise
Christmas A La Carte Menu
Bookings Essential – Book Now to Secure your Spot
Why do Australians celebrate Christmas in July?
Australia has British and European heritage, so there’s a strong attachment to the tradition of celebrating Christmas in cold weather. That’s why there’s ‘Christmas in July’, which is also known as Yulefest or Yuletide in Australia.
July is generally the coldest month of winter, so celebrations emulate the atmosphere of the northern hemisphere winter. So that means hearty food like roasts, and warm drinks in front of fireplaces and bonfires.
Christmas in July does not replace the real Christmas in December, and is enjoyed as an extra celebration. It’s not an official holiday and it’s not celebrated by everyone, but its popularity is growing. – read more here.
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