Gelato Cocktails @ Salt Meats Cheese

Newstead

Salt Meats Cheese, one of Brisbane’s favourite Italian eateries, nestled in Newstead’s Gasworks precinct, is launching their Gelato Cocktail Menu Volume 2.

Based on last year’s massive success, SMC is bringing back the delicious dessert cocktails including fresh fruity sorbets plus a few classic Australian flavours.

Pavlova-tini, is this summer’s must-have martini – a delectable concoction of vanilla gelato shaken with raspberry jam, lemon juice and topped with Prosecco.

Salt Meats Cheese

You’ll be feeling summer vibes sipping Let’s Get Tropical – frosty fruits tropical ice-cream blended with Sailor Gerry spiced rum, ginger beer and freshly squeezed lime.

Salt Meats Cheese

The ultimate dessert cocktail is the dreamy Banoffi Cup – vodka infused Nutella and bananas, shaken with vanilla gelato and topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce.

Salt Meats Cheese

Rounding out the gelato cocktails list is Fragolino (South Australian Lambrusco wine served with house-infused strawberry vodka and berry sorbet) and Amalfi Dream (lemon sorbet stirred with vodka and Prosecco, garnished with smoked citrus peel.

By Deb Lidster

Salt Meats Cheese is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Salt Meats Cheese

3B, 63 Skyring Tce

Newstead

Opening hours

Licensed

3666 0217

Map

63 Skyring Tce Newstead

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Don't miss Brisbane's biggest and best imported shoe sale
See legendary Australian author Mem Fox at SLQ
Brisbane’s annual lantern-lit night-time walk to fight MS
Fish & Spritz is the perfect prelude to summer
Scene & Heard is an epic outdoor music festival
Don't miss this glorious afternoon of classical music
Celebrate the race that stops the nation with a delectable high tea
Indulge in an exquisite seafood luncheon at Sofitel this Melbourne Cup
Celebrate Melbourne Cup at Brisbane's most exotic restaurant

Art Deco

Art Deco: The World Turns Modern is a fascinating, free exhibition on loan from the National Gallery of Australia, showing at Ipswich Art Gallery
Art Deco
CONTENT RESUMES ON SCROLL
ADVERTISEMENT