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Shae Killey3 years ago

Get the gang together for a night of fun

Suffering from the mid-week blues? What better way to lift morale than wrapping your hands around a big juicy burger, knocking down some pins and washing it all down with a few ice-cold beers. While getting yourself into a weekly routine may help you become more organised and efficient, it's certainly not fun. Stopping letting week after week slip by just doing the same thing. Call your mates up this arvo, tell them to stop what they're doing and come out for a night of fun-filled activities that'll have everybody thinking, why don't we do this every night?

Burgers

Jimmy’s Burger Bar

Funky surroundings, Jimmy's Burger Bar - Wollongong
Funky surroundings, Jimmy’s Burger Bar – Wollongong

Okay so you’ve worked hard all day and finally managed to escape the clutches of the daily grind, it’s time to gather the pack and get stuck in at Jimmy’s Burger Bar. Not your average burger palace, the dining area is filled with funky surroundings and kooky graffiti-style designs all over the walls which make this a really fascinating place to eat in.

Jimmy’s Burger Bar allows you to choose between a range of beef burgers, chicken burgers, healthy wraps, rolls and even vegetarian options. While there is a versatile menu selection available at this burger paradise, you haven’t truly experienced Jimmy’s Burger Bar until you’ve tasted the beef deluxe burger with beef, cheese, double bacon, barbeque sauce, beetroot, lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo; couple this with some sweet potato fries drenched in aioli sauce and you’ve got yourself a group of slow-moving yet satisfied mates ready to roll a few strikes at Northern Bowl.
Where: 101/53 Crown Street Wollongong NSW 


Bowling

Northern Bowl

Bowl your way to victory, Northern Bowl - Wollongong
Bowl your way to victory, Northern Bowl – Bellambi

You’ve spent the last couple of hours filling your bellies with some of the finest burgers in Wollongong, now it’s time for a bit of friendly competition at Northern Bowl. Located off Bellambi Lane in Corrimal, you will be bowled over with fun from the moment you step inside this venue. Anyone who has played ten pin bowling before knows that it’s a good challenge made all the more interesting when played with friends.

Worried that you won’t have any money left for the weekend? There are many deals on offer at Northern Bowl which means you don’t have to break the bank in order to change up your mid-week routine. Come for Tightass Tuesday where you can bowl until your heart’s content with $6 games all day. The deals don’t stop there with a Super Special on Wednesday and Thursday where you can play two games for $17 and have the opportunity to win some prizes. Have you ever had a bad time ten pin bowling? Exactly! So make this stop number two of a night out with your friends.
Where: 105 Bellambi Lane Bellambi NSW


Beers

Mt Kembla Village Hotel

Great place to grab a drink, Mt Kembla Hotel - Mt Kembla
Great place to grab a drink, Mt Kembla Hotel – Mt Kembla

After you’ve spent a night at the Mt Kembla Village Hotel you won’t want to go anywhere else for post-work drinks. With a heritage-listed building that is over 100-years-old, you can enjoy the comfort of rustic, elegant surroundings with a beer in hand as you remind your mates about all your strikes you bowled earlier in the night. Full of friendly staff and locals, you can choose to intermingle with them or watch some live sport on the TV screen.

At the Mt Kembla Village Hotel happy hour goes for two hours, so depending on how early you finish up your game of ten pin bowling, you may sneak in just in time for $4 schooners of local tap beer from 4-6pm every weekday. Whether it’s a few beers or a couple of glasses of boutique wine, you’re guaranteed to be satisfied with your experience at the Mt Kembla Village Hotel – even if you’re a bit rusty at work the next day.
Where: 274 Cordeaux Road Mount Kembla NSW


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