It’s Friday arvo, and the end of a five-day slog is so close you can almost taste your knock off drinks. We hear you Brisbane, it’s been one helluava week and nothing is going to make it better than a well deserved stiff drink and something tasty to put in your pie hole.
Now, I’m going to throw a curveball here, so listen up and listen good. Agreed, it would be so easy to toddle down to your local, have the same drink you always have and enjoy the same company you always do. But at TUL we’re all about trying new things and getting you out of your social rut, so here goes… we’re telling you to try something new. Genius.
With seriously one of the best views of the Storey Bridge and Kangaroo Point in Brisbane, Madame Wu should be your go-to post-work drinks already. But if it’s not, Madame Wu loves Friday nights as much as the rest of us and has some cracker deals to kick-start your weekend.
Madame Wu has come up with the ‘Wu Factor’: an exclusive social club, bringing you high-end spirits, wines, beers and cocktails, at just-plain-silly cheap prices. Every Friday between 4:30-6:30pm, Madame Wu puts on a slew of top shelf bevvies exclusively for ‘Wu Factor’ members only. The specials change every week, so there’s always something new to try, with brand ambassadors there to discuss products with anyone keen to swat up on their alcohol knowledge, and to give out all-important free tastings. Oh, and did we mention it’s free to join? Cheap and classy drinks with no effort required? Um, sign us up.
Madame Wu has quickly earned itself the title as one of the best modern Asian restaurants in this town. Taking culinary inspo from iconic cuisines in China, Hong Kong, Korea and Japan, Madame Wu’s menu is a who’s who of classic Asian dishes, turned on its head. Moreton Bay bug dumplings are bordering on the addictive, with the sticky Kilcoy beef and steamed duck buns the perfect accompaniment to Friday night drinks.
If wining and dining at one of Brisbane’s best restaurants is your thang then sign up for your free membership to the ‘Wu Factor’ here. Your wallet will thank you.
Image credits: Jeff Andersen
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