06/11/2018 @ 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Main South Road, Hackham, SA, 5163, Fleurieu Peninsula
Mick O’Shea’s Melbourne Cup Lunch
Gather your friends or colleagues for the Melbourne Cup Lunch where you will enjoy the best in South Australian Pub food and drinks while watching the race that stops the nation.
Enjoy your Melbourne Cup Luncheon 2018 at Mick O’Shea’s. Accompany the delicious menu created by Head chef Adam with a glass of Lambrook ‘Spark’ pinot chardonnay sparkling white, a cold beer or a gin fizz cocktail. Sit back, relax and settle in for the afternoon.
Guests can get involved with sweeps over Melbourne Cup Lunch, as well as vie for a best hat prize and other giveaways. The race will be shown on all TV’s around the hotel.
Melbourne Cup Lunch 2018
- New Spring/Summer menu
- Live Music with Melvin Chang once the race finishes
- $10 Honey Fig Sour cocktail special
- Lambrook ‘Spark’ Sparkling Pinot Chardonnay $9.50 per glass
- Gin Fizz cocktails – choose your from our premium gin list, a flavour and mixer for $13
- Happy Hour from 12pm, including $7 SA pints
- Best hat prize
- Lucky Whips (prizes given out throughout the day)
- Selling flower Crowns
Melbourne Cup Lunch Menu
Choose from any of the items on the new Spring/Summer menu
Please call the venue for last minute bookings on 08 8384 6944
The History of the Melbourne Cup
Flemington was fairly basic in the early days with little in the way of running rails or stands. The Melbourne Cup quickly became popular as a carnival with picnic parties, sideshows, celebrations and people showing off their latest fashions. Socialites, politicians and Australia’s rich and famous attended the Cup right from the earliest days.
By 1880, 100,000 people would make the journey to Flemington to attend the Cup. As Melbourne’s population was only 290,000 at the time, this attendance was quite phenomenal, and many visitors came from the country and other Australian colonies, too. These were flourishing times as Melbourne continued to grow during and after the gold rush period.
Read more on the fascinating history of the Melbourne Cup
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