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A Halloween fundraiser
This All Hallows' Eve, join Jimmy's Bar and Restaurant and the Sydney St Patrick's Day Organisation as they host the most exclusive Halloween event in the Eastern Suburbs with a sense of fun.
It's a delicious fundraiser where you enjoy a 3-course banquet consisting of a starter of soda bread, a feast of suckling pig and beef brisket with potatoes and veggies, and dessert that includes white chocolate cake candles and mini candy apples.
Expect an evening of tricks and treats, Halloween party games, witches brew and surprises aplenty (hope you're not squeamish). Fancy dress is encouraged and a mask essential. Make it ornate or simple and make your mother proud. There's a prize for the best mask. A raffle is being held with further prizes up for grabs from local businesses.
Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased either through Jimmy's on 8056 1264, by messaging them on their Facebook page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is adults only and takes place from 7pm until midnight. You'll be sure to leave with a full belly and goosebumps.
A bit about Jimmy's
They've been gracing Frenchmans Road in Randwick for only two months and are already putting on events. The restaurant is Modern Australian with an Irish influence and is keeping Irish owners Jimmy and Nicola Queally busy due to the warm and inviting cosy atmosphere that patrons are loving (along with the food, of course). You may be familiar with the owners as they also own the Riverview Hotel in Balmain.
They are open for business Monday-Thursday evenings and all day on weekends with live music on Sundays.