There’s certainly no shortage of news around these parts lately and this week is especially jam-packed. Because we know you’re a busy lot, we’ve condensed four exciting snippets of info into one little article.
Feast your eyes on these.
NEW: The Roosevelt Lounge
Hands up if you’re partial to an elegant, low-lit lounge bar with next level cocktails and a luxurious dining menu. Yes, us too. Thanks to the crew who brought you the The Loose Moose, Koi Dining and Lounge Bar and Glass Dining and Lounge Bar, Broadbeach is about to experience exactly that. The Roosevelt Lounge, opening August 31st, has been created for the well-heeled, 30 plus Coasties who fancy donning their cocktail attire and spending the night somewhere a little bit special. Add it to the list for this weekend, we’ve got a feeling the drink list is going to blow your mind.
Where: 75 Surf Pde, Broadbeach (next to The Loose Moose)
REBRAND: Borough Greens
Burleigh’s beachside gem, formerly known as Borough Barista, has gone through quite the change in the last week. Now known as Borough Greens, the space has had a revamp, inside tables have been converted into a longer bench style seat and the menu now offers DELICOUS healthy bowls of goodness for breakfast and lunch. There’s everyone’s new fave, the poke bowls, but also plenty of vego versions. The Borough Bowl comes highly recommended; make sure you add some haloumi to that bad boy.
Where: The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads (next to PRD Burleigh)
MOVED: Marie Anita’s
The much-loved Burleigh health food café has made a move down the highway to Mermaid Beach this week bringing their beautiful gluten-free goodies to the space formerly occupied by Fingers and Bones. Still serving all your favourite healthy breakfast and lunch treats and the prettiest of raw cakes and desserts, Marie Anita’s have decked out the space in soothing pastel colours perfectly matched to their nourishing, organic food offerings. Pop in and say hello and prepare to fall in love with healthy food.
Where: 2364 Gold Coast Hwy, Mermaid Beach (next to Turtle Beach Resort)
UPGRADE: The Arts Centre Bar and Café
In preparation for the opening of an outdoor stage and rapidly growing cultural precinct, The Arts Centre are in the process of refurbishing their bar and café due to popular demand. The Arts bar has already undergone its upgrade with the café due to have its turn in the coming months. The Arts kitchen will have additional food outlets and the café terrace has been extended to make room for the hordes of people who’ll be visiting the precinct over the summer months. The program is jam packed so keep an eye for some exciting shows and while you’re there, take the time to appreciate our premier arts facility.
Where: The Arts Centre, 135 Bundall Rd, Bundall
Words by Kirra Smith.