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Experience the Santos Tour Down Under in true style at 1918 Bistro & Grill.
Tuesday 21st January 2020. Open from 10am

Watch from the shaded garden as the peloton flies past.

Enjoy the entertainment in our gardens throughout the day culminating in the opportunity to see the peloton pass five times throughout the day and you will have the best seats in the house. Race starts 11am.

At presentation time you will be right next door to the medal stage.

An ideal way to just soak up the atmosphere in this exclusive setting.

What’s Included:

  • Exclusive garden tables with viewing of the street
  • Live Music, Garden Bar
  • 3 Course  Lunch $89pp

 

Street Food available for Take Away from 10am

Nothing quite gets our stomachs rumbling like delicious street food.

For this year’s Tour Down Under we’re hitting the streets and serving up food inspired by delicious New Orleans cheap eats. It’s never been easier to enjoy street food in the Barossa Valley.

Fresh, Fast and Fun.

For more information on the tour visit Santos Tour Down Under

 

Tasting Australia
27 March 7pm

Take a step back in time as a beacon of Barossa hospitality celebrates its heritage.

The 1918 Centennial Taste Experience invites guests to enjoy 100-year-old recipes from the region over a five-course dinner with matched wines. Much has changed since these dishes were first served, but the simple pleasure of gathering for a meal remains the same. The event’s menu — designed by 1918 Bistro & Grill owner Sid King and head chef James Lawrie — will highlight the Barossa’s distinctive regional food culture including Barossa gin cured Kangaroo loin, native spinach, Kakadu plum jam and confit duck leg tart, onion jam, creamy fetta, beetroot relish. Each course will be served with wines from some of the Barossa’s oldest estates.

You’ll find 1918 Bistro & Grill in a 100-year-old house on Murray Street in Tanunda.

Roaring open fires take any chill from the autumn air; in warmer months guests sit in the garden beneath a giant Norfolk pine.

For more information visit Tasting Australia.

 

Barossa Living History Tour
Every Wednesday Departs 11:30am

Taste, Touch, Smell, See and Hear the Barossa as it once was.  Visit four historic venues and experience all they have to offer first hand.

First; Learn about the amazing history and then play the 140 year old Hill & Son Grand Organ at the Tanunda Soldiers Memorial Hall

Second; Enjoy a 2 course gourmet lunch at 1918 Bistro and Grill; the home of Barossan Hospitality for more than 100 years

Third; Play a game of Kegel (a historic 9 pin bowling game brought to the Barossa by German settlers) at the 160 year old Tanunda Kegel Bahn, the oldest of its type in the southern hemisphere and the oldest sports club in South Australia.

Fourth; Tour Château Tanunda, established in 1890 it is home to the site the valleys first winery Fiedlers Weingut and then taste wine produced from some of the Valley’s earliest vines.

Maximum of 20 people per tour.  Larger groups can be accommodated if arranged in advance.

 

11:30am to 12:15pm – Tour of Hill and Son Grand Organ

12:30pm to 1:30pm – Lunch at 1918 Bistro & Grill

1:45pm to 3pm – Tour of Tanunda Kegal Club

3:15pm to 4pm – Tour and Tasting at Chateau Tanunda

Please note this is a self-guided tour within the township of Tanunda. Distances between locations range as follows:
Barossa Regional Gallery to 1918 Bistro & Grill 250 metres
1918 Bistro & Grill to Tanunda Kegel Club 350 metres
Tanunda Kegel Club to Chateau Tanunda 900 metres
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