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Get porked at The Morrison until 23 May with Pork-A-Palooza

The thought of masticating countless carcasses of piggies isn’t a thing of dreams, but god damn, it’s delicious.

As the weather starts to cool in Sydney, city-centre pub favourite – that have a lot to do with oysters, crabs and other food fests throughout the year – The Morrison Bar & Oyster room is dedicating a month of food specials and inventive drinks to delicious, succulent pork.

Pork-A-Palooza is his homage to the hog, running from 23 April to 23 May with a specially sourced menu of pork inspired food and drinks, weeknights of swine specials and free piggy snacks at the bar.

The menu features bits like chilled pigs head terrine, oysters Kilpatrick with bacon, crispy pork belly with squid and the pièce de résistance – tender suckling pig for a Game of Thrones-style feast. The half suckling pig will satisfy 6-8 people with the whole pig suitable for an army of 10-12. Diners going the whole hog must order their suckling pig 72 hours in advance.

Pork-A-Palooza has two weeknight specials running throughout the festival. Tuesdays are Dollar Dog Hour from 6-7pm (walk-ins only), with succulent hot dog sandwiches in white bread with habanero mayo for just $1. And Thursday is officially Ribs Night; from 6pm The Morrison will be serving platters of tender ribs glazed with signature sweet coca cola barbecue sauce for diners to dig in with their hands. See more about everything that;s on offer at the Pork-A-Palooza website.

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