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The Greek on Halifax
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Fatherโ€™s Day is this Sunday! ๐Ÿ˜ฑ Come and join us at @thegreekonhalifax for a bottle or two or 10 and celebrate all the amazing dads/parents out there! ๐Ÿ™Œ
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New Game: Ask our waiters how quickly they can list all of the ingredients in our Tour of Greece Mezรฉ ๐Ÿ˜‰
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Saturday, sorted. ๐Ÿคค Limited tables available tonight, make sure you book in advance!
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Over ordering is better than under ordering...right? ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿค”
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Sorry, we can't help but smile when we serve up gorgeous food!
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- The Building & Chimney - - The building and chimney you see below are the only surviving elements of the once busy City Destructor Complex that was established in 1909. - The chimney and the disinfector building are a small part of the former complex, which once comprised a refuse Destructor, a tin bailing press, clinker paver mill, a brewery, flour mill and biscuit factory, mortar mill, boot and vinegar factories and a flag making plant! - It's hard to imagine now, but the Destructor with it's 38m chimney, was operating until the early 1950's. For more than forty years the bulk of Adelaide's rubbish was brought here until a special committee - set up to investigate alternatives for rubbish disposal - opted for landfill at Wingfield in 1952. - The Destructor may not have been popular with city residents, but it was certainly effective. - The Destructor worked twenty-four hours a day and the furnaces produced so much heat the resultant steam powered an electricity generator. the generator supplied this whole site! The complex also used the steam to disinfect laundry. - The steam disinfector building, now known as The Greek on Halifax (US!), was used for fumigation of bedding and clothing. For this service, individuals were charge a guinea per van load, although for those too poor to pay, the service was free! - The Greek has retained the integrity of the original building with its walls of fine red hallett bricks - all 400,000 of them! - Next time you join us and gaze upwards at the Metropolitan company's 150,000 brick chimney!
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You sure you don't want the bottle.. it's Friday? ๐Ÿ’โ€โ™€๏ธ
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A meal you'll dream about.. Seafood Metaxa! - Prawns, calamari, fish fillet, Moreton Bay bug & mussels, flamed in Metaxa brandy and finished in a cream sauce, served on a bed of rice.. โ˜๏ธโ˜๏ธ
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Itโ€™s all smiles here... before service ๐Ÿ˜
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Love is real!๐Ÿคค
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