Bacon can elevate any dish, but pair the crispy salty goodness with bourbon, as Sean’s Kitchen has, and you’re onto a real winner.
The SkyCity eatery has made a name for itself with its feasting festivals and now, the annual Bacon and Bourbon celebration is back.
Bacon and Bourbon will feature a mouth-watering menu showcasing Sean’s favourite guilty pleasures for you to pig out on, as well the tastiest weekly specials.
Held over four weeks, head chef Sean Connolly combines two of his culinary loves in a special menu that showcases the best of South Australian pork and its favourite accompaniment, American bourbon and rye.
Bacon and Bourbon runs from October 18 through to November 12.
Available from Tuesday to Saturday, the specially curated menu will accompany a number of specials, including a live smoker tasting platter that features all the best bits from this year’s menu cooked outside on the smoker – available every Thursday for the duration of the festival.
Feast your eyes on and enjoy a whole rack of bourbon-glazed pork ribs, served with potato salad every Tuesday night, or an afternoon treat of the pulled pork, bacon and cheese jaffle lunch special.
Dig into the limited-time dishes made from local Australian pork and all-American bourbon and rye, ranging from the gooey goodness of the bacon mac and cheese dish to the smoked beef brisket burger.
And while the food may be bourbon-infused, it wouldn’t be complete without a cocktail to wash it down.
Let the talented bar staff at Sean’s Kitchen whip you up one of two Southern-inspired concoctions to help you understand why bacon and bourbon is the superior flavour combo.
Sean’s Kitchen recently took out the award for Best Contemporary Australian Restaurant Informal at the 2022 SA Restaurant and Catering Awards, an accolade that sits proudly among Sean’s many others including numerous Australian Good Food Guide Chef Hat awards.
The Bacon and Bourbon event is only one of many annual food celebrations at Sean’s Kitchen, with OysterFest and the Crab and Champagne Festival must-dos on any Adelaide foody’s calendar.