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Sunday, 2 August 2015

$10 Express Lunch @ Transit Bar

Get a pizza and a soft drink for only $10, available from midday to 2:00pm from Monday to Saturday at Transit Bar.

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$10 Lunch Specials @ Waldorf on London

We also offer $10 specials on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays which can be a selection from our regular lunch menu or a special creation from Waldorf on London chef’s.

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$30 All you can eat @ Cholo's Restaurant

All you can eat for just $30 per person at Cholo's Peruvian Restaurant from 6pm every Tuesday and Sunday. Choose from a variety of entrees, mains & desserts to try. Dine in only.

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2014 Tempranillo Launch @ Mount Majura Vineyard

2014 will be the release of our 12th vintage of Tempranillo and after a recent tasting of each vintage by the team here, no one was left with any doubt that this variety is magnificently suited to our site. The 2014 vintage has clear varietal character, delicacy and aromatics with pleasing fruit weight. To help launch the Tempranillo, cellar door will be offering braised Cowra Lamb and Rosemary pies kindly made by our friends at Pod Food in Pialligo to enjoy with a glass of Tempranillo.

$20 per person this will be available all weekend subject to availability.

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Boozy Breakfast @ The Elk & Pea Eating House

Enjoy the Boozy Breakfast special at Elk & Pea - $25 for grande and a house beer or smashed avo & shrooms with a mimosa cocktail, running every Sunday (and it's all day brekky)!

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Fireside Festival @ Lerida estate

Cellar Door & Café Lerida Open 10.00am-5.00pm
FREE tasting of full range of current wines.
FREE Live music 12.30pm-3.00pm.
Café Lerida serves breakfast, lunch and morning/afternoon tea.
For menu see www.leridaestate.com.au
For more info, click here
Bookings on 6295 6640

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Free Pool Tables @ Transit Bar

Every Sunday Transit Bar puts on free pool tables from 2pm.

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Happy Hour @ Polit Bar

Enjoy Happy Hour at Polit Bar everyday to 6:00pm. $5 bubbles, beer & wine. FREE 80s style arcade games table with 60 games!

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Lake George Range Walk @ Lerida Estate

Do the Lake George Range walk to the highest point on the Lake George Range. Great views of Lake George and the Federal Highway winding its way to Sydney. Walking shoes with good gripping soles required. It is advisable to bring a bottle of water, and a warm jacket if it is going to be chilly.

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Live Music in the Barrel Room @ Lerida Estate

Leisa Keen, a well-known and very popular Canberra musician, plays a smooth blend of popular jazz, rock’n’roll and pop tunes.
Time: 12.30-3.00
Music FREE
Bookings recommended.

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Pétanque/Boules @ Lerida Estate

Come and have lunch at Cafe Lerida with some family and/or friends, listen to the music, and then enjoy a social game of Pétanque/Boules. A relaxing way to spend the afternoon – and get some gentle exercise as well!
FREE

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Revealing the Rothschild Prayer Book c. 1505–1510 from the Kerry Stokes Collection @ National Library of Australia

The Rothschild Prayer Book, an early sixteenth-century book of hours owned for many years by the famous Rothschild family, was produced during the last great flourishing of manuscript illumination. This Renaissance masterpiece includes paintings of unsurpassed beauty and refined execution by some of the most sought-after Flemish illuminators of the early sixteenth century, including Gerard Horenbout and Simon Bening. Among its highlights are splendid paintings of popular saints such as Mary Magdalen, shown with the vase of ointment with which tradition says she anointed Christ. With 67 full-page miniatures, the prayer book is decorated throughout with illusionistic borders strewn with flowers and insects and biblical and mythical characters. Background landscapes and interior settings are rich in realistic detail. Acquired for the Kerry Stokes Collection in January 2014, this superb example of Flemish book illumination will be on public display for the first time ever, in the Treasures Gallery. A selection of the National Library’s own medieval and Renaissance treasures will complement the Rothschild Prayer Book. The display takes visitors on a journey from illuminated manuscripts to a printed leaf from Gutenberg’s Bible, via a tenth-century music fragment and the important fourteenth-century Chertsey Cartulary from the Library’s Clifford Collection. The display also coincides with the success of a major fundraising appeal to digitise, conserve and research the Library’s early manuscript treasures. It is a not-to-be-missed experience for lovers of illuminated manuscripts and rare books.

10am-5pm
Free
www.nla.gov.au/node/7835

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Sunday Feast @ Duxton

A Sunday Feast without the effort! Join us at The Duxton every Sunday. We put on a delicious homestyle Sunday Roast while you relax and enjoy spending time with family and friends. Only $18 a plate!

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Sunday Roast with a twist @ The Mawson Club

Enjoy your Sunday Roast with a twist at Mawson Club from 12pm - 2pm for only $15.00

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Sunday Sessions @ Rose Cottage

Sunday Sessions at the Cottage include $5 drinks from 5-7pm (excluding top shelf), $12 Pizzas from 5-7pm and Live Bands in the afternoon. There is no better place to spend your lazy Sunday arvo!

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Event Re-cap

Canberra restaurants and bars celebrate at the AHA Awards night

by OutInCanberra

On Monday night, the bright and beautiful of Canberra’s hospitality industry gathered at the National Convention Centre to celebrate the 2015 Australian Hotels Association Annual Awards. It was a brilliant night, with everyone dressed to the ‘nines’ and ready to celebrate what has been an amazing year for Canberra venues. Plenty of friends of OutInCanberra were recognised for their efforts. Here are just a few of the worthy recipients.

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