The regulars who frequent Thirst@28°East knew it already but now it is official – this friendly bar is the best local pub in Pretoria.
It is not difficult to see why Record readers voted in their droves for Thirst, where good times are turned into great times by exquisite food at unbelievably affordable prices, a tasteful yet laid-back atmosphere and excellent service.
Boasting the honour of being a Windhoek Flagship establishment, Thirst is more than a neighbourhood pub, but rather a gathering place where friends and families enjoy the fare on offer, not only for the quality , but also for the unbeatable value for money and ample choice.
Having built up loyal clientele over the past five years, the live music by well-known local talent on Saturday nights and late Sunday afternoons ensures a constant flow of fun-loving patrons.
With television sets well positioned around the venue, Thirst is one of the most popular venues in the east of the city for enjoying rugby and other sports events with friends while having mouth-watering pizza generously made in a wood burning oven or “building” your own basket of succulent treats ranging from crumbed peppadews and feta, Jalapeno poppers and beef kebabs, to assorted sausages, chicken strips, hot wings and springbokkies (game samoosas). During the FIFA World Cup in 2014 Jacaranda FM stated that Thirst’s pizzas are arguably the best in the capital city.
The top management team under the guidance of owner Mike Pretorius, ensures that the service remains the best in town while regular promotions by well-known brands keep customers entertained and satisfied.
In today’s economic climate, everybody is looking for value for money and with the amazing food specials, pared with drinks offered at Thirst, situated just of Atterbury Road in Faerie Glen, offers the full package – Excellent food, well-priced drinks and the experience of a life-time.