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Celebrate Valentine’s Day in exquisite style at The Star Gold Coast

Love is well and truly in the air Gold Coasters and you know what that means, it’s time to start thinking about the very best way to show your better half just how much they mean to you via everyone’s favourite activities, eating and drinking.

Now of course, you can (and should) spoil the love of your life on any and every night but there’s something about Valentine’s Day that makes it extra special. Particularly because your favourite venues pull out all the stops to make it a very fancy night indeed.

The Star Gold Coast are doing exactly that this February 14th and as usual, there are several exceptional options to choose from to ensure brownie points for days (years even).

Starting with an absolutely magical evening overlooking the city and the sea at Nineteen at The Star. Now as you’d know if you’ve had the pleasure of visiting the stunning space before, the cuisine there is unrivalled. Throw in a five-star view and a plush, relaxing dining room and you’ve got yourself the night of your dreams.

On Valentine’s Day, the team at Nineteen at The Star are serving up an exquisite five-course set menu for $150 per person including a glass of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Champagne.

The menu is as delightful as you’d expect with dishes like Appellation Oysters, Southern Crab Cakes with sweet corn and tomato fondue, Grilled Patagonian Toothfish and Grain-Fed Fillet Steak with cultivated mushroom. Not to mention the most delicious mashed potato in all of the world (trust us). There’s also dessert and a little take home treat for the ladies. Perfection.

Choose from a 5.30pm or 8.00pm setting.

If a garden wonderland style of situation is more your thing, Garden Kitchen & Bar is the place to be.

Book a table for two from 5pm and delight in a shared champagne menu from $89 per person.

If you’d prefer to go your own way, you may order from the a-la-carte menu and discover a blossoming new restaurant and cocktail menu.

Regardless of which you choose, you’re guaranteed to have a beautiful, relaxing night to remember at The Star Gold Coast but get in quick, places are going quickly and you don’t want to be the one left with no plans the night before Valentine’s Day (again).

LOCATION: The Star Gold Coast, Casino Drive, Broadbeach

STORY SPONSORED BY THE STAR GOLD COAST

The Star Gold Coast

nineteen at The Star

Simon Gloftis and Billy Cross inside nineteen at The Star Gold Coast
nineteen’s colour palette features jeweled hues of teal and ocean blue.
Sweeping ocean and city views via floor to ceiling windows.
Locals Simon Gloftis and Billy Cross are set to absolutely revolutionise the Gold Coast’s dining scene.

The moment we’ve all been waiting for will finally arrive this Saturday (March 24th) when nineteen at The Star Gold Coast swings open its solid gold (may be made up) doors.

The high-end restaurant and bar, located on the top level of The Darling in Broadbeach, is pure sophistication unrivaled by any other venue the Gold Coast (and perhaps Australia) has ever seen.

Stepping inside you’ll glide down a curved stairway and be met with sweeping ocean and city views via floor to ceiling windows, stone flooring, a sparkling chandelier and of course, the piece de resistance, an infinity pool from which dreams are made.

nineteen’s colour palette features jeweled hues of teal and ocean blue reminiscent of the Coast’s natural landscape, oozing luxury and ensuring you feel as though you’ve stepped into a glittering wonderland.

As expected, the 110 seat restaurant area will deliver an exceptional, produce-driven dining experience with signature dishes including a Rock Lobster Bolognese and a 400g Wagyu Sirloin Kiwami MB9 (an Australian first and premium dish designed for two).

A custom designed wine room boasts space for 1500 bottles and the bar area offers somewhat of a lighter feel, perfect for after work cocktails or a night of dancing with the girls.

Of course, there’s an exclusive private dining area complete with its own bar and a cognac wall (doesn’t that sounds delightful) to create a completely bespoke experience. Let us know what that’s like hey.

The long-awaited venue is the baby of local restauranteur Simon Gloftis and event promoter Billy Cross and is set to absolutely revolutionise the Gold Coast’s dining scene.

Created for those who crave a truly high class experience, nineteen at The Star Gold Coast is set to be THE place for cutting edge dining with the added bonus of international DJs and plenty of dancing late into the night.

Count. Us. In.

LOCATION: The Darling, Gold Coast Hwy, Broadbeach
HOURS:
Restaurant: open for lunch Wednesday to Sunday and dinner Wednesday to Saturday.
Bar: open from 4pm daily Wednesday to Sunday.

 

Words by Kirra Smith

The only place to catch the Super Bowl in 2020

We Aussies love a good sporting event, any excuse to gather the crew, sit comfortably with beers in hand and yell things at the TV as if we’re professionals in every type of sport that’s ever existed. Such a good time.

The Super Bowl is one such sporting event. Yes it takes place in the US and yes, it’s a US sport but it’s also one of the biggest sporting events in the world and we as Aussies, are obviously here for it.

This year the game will take place (for us) on Monday February 3rd at 9.30am and you can bet that’s going to be one Monday we Gold Coasters get excited for.

Now as mentioned, the most fun thing to do is gather the crew but we highly recommend doing so at a location that is not your house so a. you don’t have to prep food. and b. you don’t have to clean up.

Surprise! The Star Gold Coast is where you need to be. They’re putting on a $20 Super Bowl Breaky at Harvest Buffet and there you can eat all of the tastiest US-inspired breakfast goodies.

Chicken wings with buffalo and blue cheese dipping sauces? YES PLEASE. How about Roast Ranch Potatoes with bacon, cheese and spring onions, Breakfast Quesadilla’s and Chicken and Waffles? Keep all those coming.

That good time goes from 6.30am until 8.30am so you can fuel up before the big game and the best part is, it’s only $20 per person. Great.

Afterwards all you need to do is mosey on over to the Sports Bar where you can catch all the action on the 10.5 metre LED mega screen and you’re set for a day of sport watching.

There are booth packages available and game day food specials plus Richard Champion will MC the event and there’ll be prize giveaways on the day.

See, SO much better than staying at home.

If you’re keen to secure a booth, book here ASAP and get excited for one of the biggest sporting events of the year complete with excellent eats and good company.

That’s our idea of a good time.

LOCATION: The Star Gold Coast, Casino Drive Broadbeach
WHEN: Monday February 3rd from 6.30am (for breakfast)

STORY SPONSORED BY THE STAR GOLD COAST

Words by Kirra Smith

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