Made By The Hill is now hosting weekly Sunday sessions to make the most of daylight savings and the balmy weather Sydney has been bringing each weekend.

Complete with sangria, Latin infused house music and seafood Paella, your Sunday is now set and about to get very social.

Whether youre keen for a low-key beverage, craving a delicious Latin flavoured lunch, or looking for somewhere to relax and hang out with your mates, Made By The Hill in the heart of Western Sydney has you covered.

Get your friends together and secure a table at the next Sunday Social – either inside Made by The Hill or bask in the afternoon sun out on their new Corona Terrace Bar.

From 12pm the paella station will be heating up, offering big bowls for only $18.50, and jugs of white and red sangria being poured for only $18 each (All designed to share of course!).

Delectable meats, cheese and mezze platters will also be available, along with Chur Burger and Papa Pasticceria, who will both be open and delivering the sweet and savoury goods.

A new Latin infused house and dance DJ will hit the decks every week from 6pm onwards, pumping out smooth sounds to help you relax, unwind and groove the afternoon away.

Forget that Monday is just around the corner and make your way to Made By The Hill for the ultimate Sunday sesh with a spicy latin twist. This is an 18+ only event.

 

Made By The Hill

55 Sherbrooke St, Rooty Hill NSW, 2766 | (02) 9625 5500 | www.madebythehill.com.au

Western Sydney's new Sunday Social at Made By The Hill
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