It’s a USA invasion at the stately Old English style Faircity Quatermain Hotel when a genuine Texan style barbeque fit for a king – or should we say the Sherriff, will be served up to one and all!
Kick up your heels and join the fun as great American style grub ranging from pulled pork to homemade brisket will fill the plates of the very hungry. Add more delicious mains like Sticky roasted ribs and hickory smoked Chicken, to name just a couple - and you’ll be salivating along with the best of ‘em!
‘Sidekicks’ like baked mac and cheese, coleslaw, farmhouse salad, cornbread and smokehouse beans add to the fine flavours - and ‘sweet little things’ like Country apple pie, Banana pudding and Mini coke floats will leave you filled and as happy as the pig that got away!
It’s all happening on the 18th of July and is just a few dollars – or R295-00 per cowhand or gal - You don’t wanna miss it so make a reservation now on 011 290 0900 or at www.faircity.co.za
About Faircity Quatermain Hotel
The Quatermain Faircity Hotel is a stately and sophisticated hotel that exudes old English-style charm. The plush couches, perfectly placed cushions and regal dark wood furnishings fit perfectly with the theme. Located in the suburb of Morningside in Sandton, the Sandton Gautrain station, Sandton Convention Centre, major highways, shopping centres and restaurants are nearby.
About Faircity Hotels
Faircity is a vibrant and progressive hotel group specialising in owning, managing and co-developing hotels in Southern Africa. Our primary service offering is business and conference hotels, as well as serviced apartments.
The hotel group was started by a couple of energetic entrepreneurs that were not afraid to take chances. They were not limited by the approach of “this is how it has always been done” and have been able to think outside of the norms to create an experience guided by their guests’ needs and expectations.
We take pride in providing remarkable and personalised service through every aspect of our business. At this stage of our growth, we see ourselves as big enough to make a difference, yet small enough to care.