Belleville Is Parachuting Rotisserie Chicken From The Sky This Friday

By Sophie Teague
25th Jan 2016

When we are all old and wrinkly we will look back and remember the day that our favourite restaurant, Belleville, made flightless birds fly. Our children will look up at us and we will begin our tale...

‘Once upon a time on a random Friday back in 2016, the clock struck noon and a box of famous salt-brined rotisserie chicken fell from the sky onto Globe Alley…’

No, but seriously guys. On Friday 29 January from 12-1pm there will literally be takeaway boxes filled with beloved rotisserie chickens and other Belleville delights, parachuting off of the Belleville rooftop in Globe Alley. Why, you ask? BECAUSE PARACHUTING ROTISSERIE CHICKEN. Also, we guess, to launch Belleville’s new takeaway menu. 

Sealed up nice and tight (as to avoid chicken hair. Is that a thing?) you could catch delicacies like Lobster & Mac Croquettes, Kim Chi Quesadillas and Poutine - beer battered fries slathered with gravy and hot sauce. Now is the time to #prayforpoutine.

As an added bonus there will be three takeaway boxes with a $50 voucher to Belleville attached inside. It's like the Willy Wonka of meatlovers.

You’ll have to choose wisely, my friends...

Belleville will be parachuting rotisserie chicken (amongst other food) off their rooftop at Globe Alley (off Little Bourke St), Melbourne CBD this Friday 29 January from 12-1pm. Check out their Facebook event for more details.

Photo credit: The Urban List Melbourne

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