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20 spots for Thursday cheap eats

Save your pennies for the weekend Gold Coasters. 

Crafty's Mother Cluckin’ Thursday (image supplied)
Crafty's Mother Cluckin’ Thursday (image supplied)

Full price meals? Not in this economy. We don’t know what it is about cheap eats, but for some reason food just tastes that much better when you’re not paying full price.

Life’s expensive (you don’t have to tell us twice) so we’ve rounded up the best Thursday cheap eats the Gold Coast has to offer so you can spend less time googling and more time on the important things – eating!

NORTH GC

  • Crafty’s: The humble chook is the star of the show with Crafty’s Mother Cluckin’ Thursday, where you can you tuck in to a classic schnitty for just $15. More of a parmy person? No problem, get yours for just $20 – talk about a seriously good deal. At Harbour Town Shopping Centre, 147 Brisbane Road, Biggera Waters
  • The Club at Parkwood Estate: Thursdays are for steak at The Club. We’re talking a 150 day grain-fed, Black Angus rump with chips and salad for just $18.90. At 76 – 122 Napper Road, Parkwood
  • Mozza Mozza: Every Thursday Mozza Mozza is backing up the mid-week eats deals, bestowing upon us Pizza Party Thursdays, in the form of two wood-fired-to-perfection pizzas for $35. At Southport Sharks, Corner Olsen Avenue & Musgrave Avenue, Southport
Mozza Mozza, Southport (image supplied)
Mozza Mozza, Southport (image supplied)

MID GC

  • Gold Coast Tavern: Name a more iconic duo than Gold Coast Tavern and a schnitty… we’ll wait. A local favourite for a reason, it’s all about the waterfront views and $20 schnitz night on Thursday arvos here. At 150 Bundall Road, Bundall
  • Coast: This one really fans the flames of our culinary desires. Tuck into a 250g Angus Rump, crisped to perfection over wood & charcoal, paired with crispy fries and herb butter for only $25. At Level 1 Meriton Suites, 86 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise
  • The Island: Goldie’s are keeping the hunger pains at bay with daily dinner deals, on Thursday it’s all about RIBS! 1kg ribs board – 1/2kg pork ribs and 1/2kg smoked chicken wings with Valley Hops Diehards Original jug for $65. At 3128 Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Surfers Paradise
Nasi Goreng, TOKOH (image supplied)
Nasi Goreng, TOKOH (image supplied)

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  • Bine: The team at Bine Bar & Dining are bringing the goods with a chicken parmy and beer for $20. If you aren’t full by the time you leave, we’ll eat our hats. At 1/28 Chairlift Avenue, Mermaid Beach
  • MexiCali: One of your favourite spots for Mexican and margs, Taco Thursday at Mexicali means $6 tacos and good vibes all night long. Guaranteed. At Level 1/2223 Gold Coast Hwy, Nobby Beach
  • Tropic Vice: You can always rely on Tropic Vice to bring good food and good vibes so their Thursday Tacos & Tequila night is no exception. Get your hands on $5 tacos and $12 margaritas while you watch the sunset from the rooftop. At 2215 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach
Food and Cocktails at Tropic Vice, Nobby Beach (image supplied)
Food and Cocktails at Tropic Vice, Nobby Beach (image supplied)

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  • Cambus Wallace: What’s not to love about about this gem, tucked away in Nobby’s. On Thursday’s grab a jaffle and a beer for $18. Count us in! At 2237 Gold Coast Hwy, Nobby Beach
  • The Henchman: We’re big fans of the Henchman’s relaxed outdoor vibe, but we’re even bigger fans of their $10 cheeseburger and fries combo. Get yours from 12pm every Thursday or enjoy it with a side of open mic night from 7pm every week. At 6/8 Henchman Avenue, Miami
  • Panchos: Our fave colourful Mexican joint is the new home of Burrito Thursdays. $25 for traditional Mexican Burrito and a Corona, Tecate or a Dos Equis. Who needs Old El Paso? At 581 Springbrook Road, Mudgeeraba
Burrito & beer at Panchos Mexican, Mudgeeraba (image supplied)
Burrito & beer at Panchos Mexican, Mudgeeraba (image supplied)

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  • Hail Mary: Okay this one feels almost too good to be true. Hail Mary’s Thursday Fiesta is the ultimate (cheap) date night with four tacos, nachos and two drinks for $50. You can also upgrade to a classic marg for $5 – it’d be rude not to if you ask us. At 26 James Street, Burleigh Heads
  • Paloma: As the nights get colder, Paloma is warming things up with a pasta and garlic bread special. Join them on Thursdays for a weekly changing pasta dish and garlic bread for $25. No reservation required. At 1/12 James St, Burleigh Heads
  • Apres Surf: The crew at Apres Surf have a special on every weekday so you can save many shiny pennies. On Thursday it’s $1 dumplings and $10 Balter XPA pints so you’ll definitely leave full and hydrated. At Shop 1, 1837 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads
Dumplings at Apres Surf, Burleigh (image supplied)
Dumplings at Apres Surf, Burleigh (image supplied)

SOUTH GC

  • Burgster: Someone once said that cheeseburgers are good for the soul (it was us, we are someone), so excuse us while we get around Burgster’s Cheeseburger Thursdays with $15 singles, $20 doubles and $25 triples. At 4/10 Philippine Parade, Palm Beach
  • Tank Bar & Dining: It might be Thirsty Thursday at Tank but we promise you’ll leave feeling anything but thirsty with their $20 parmi and beer combo. At 1166 Gold Coast Hwy, Palm Beach
  • Lucia Tapas: If you love a bit of this and a bit of that, we know a spot. Splash out with $10 tapas at Lucia’s from 4-6pm, as well as some cheeky beer and wine specials to wash it down. At 1/445 Golden Four Drive, Tugun
  • Currumbin Beach Vikings: It’s all about the two-for-one meals on Thursday arvos from 5pm for $30. There’s 180 degree ocean views and cheap beers too. Best. At 741 Pacific Parade, Currumbin
Interior shot of Tank Bar & Dining, Palm Beach (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)
Interior shot of Tank Bar & Dining, Palm Beach (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)

17 spots for Tuesday cheap eats

Nachos at Crafty's, Harbour Town (image supplied)
Nachos at Crafty's, Harbour Town (image supplied)

Congratulations, you’ve made it through Monday and this calls for a celebratory feed. But do keep the dollars in check so you don’t blow your weekend spend, coz that would be more devastating than a From Scratch binge.

Here are 17 cheap and cheerful Tuesday nosh-up spots for maximum taste with minimum damage to your bank account balance.

NORTH GC

  • Crafty’s: Northerners, get ready for Mexican Fiesta Tuesdays! Sink your teeth into $6 tacos, $12 margaritas and $25 Corona buckets. Leave the wheels at home! At Harbour Town Shopping Centre, 147 Brisbane Road, Biggera Waters
  • The Bavarian: It’s all about the 2 for 1 schnitzel at The Bavarian Coomera. It’s a schnitty fest! At Westfield Coomera, Level 1/109 Foxwell Rd, Coomera
  • Southport Yacht Club: Take in the stunning Broadwater views, ogle fancy yachts, and devour a mouth-watering parmi from just $20 per member, or $25 per non-member. Done like a (cheap) dinner! At 1 Macarthur Parade, Main Beach
Chicken Burger at Gold Coast Tavern (image supplied)
Chicken Burger at Gold Coast Tavern (image supplied)

MID GC

  • Gold Coast Tavern: Tuesday nights pasta party will only set you back $22 for a pasta with wine. Mumma Mia what a good deal! At 150 Bundall Road, Bundall
  • Stingray Lounge: Enjoy tacos, tequila and tunes! Stingray has you covered, with $5 tacos, $30 unlimited tacos, and a new Margarita menu to match. Boom! At QT Gold Coast, 7 Staghorn Avenue, Surfers Paradise
  • The Island: No-one does a burger and chips like The Island, choose any burger with fries it will only set you back $18. At 3128 Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Surfers Paradise
Goldies Super Bowl, The Island (image supplied)
Goldies Super Bowl, The Island (image supplied)

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  • Finn McCool’s: If ever it was chicken parmy o-clock, it’s on a Tuesday night at Finn McCools, for just $20 buckaroonies. Plus you can test your trivia prowess every Tuesday from 7pm. At 39 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise
  • Bonita Bonita: Our dreams are made of tacos from this cult fave. Every Tuesday enjoy $6 classic Tacos and $20 jugs of Sangria #seeyouthere. At 2460 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach

 

Hail Mary (image supplied)
Hail Mary (image supplied)

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  • Bine Bar & Dining: There’s always something on at Bine, including on a Tuesday where you can nom your way through $5 tacos whilst enjoying daily live music #SoSold! At 1/28 Chairlift Avenue, Mermaid Beach
  • The Arc at Nobby’s: The Arc embraces Margi’s and Bahn Mi Tuesday. Offering $12 Bahn Mi, $5 chips and drink specials from 2PM. See you there! At Shop 3/28 Chairlift Avenue, Miami
  • Burleigh Pavilion: Any excuse to get down to the Burleigh Pav is a good one, but this is a clanger – Taco Tuesday enjoy $6 Tacos and $15 Frozen Margaritas, from 4 – 9PM, #CallAnUber! At 43 Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads
  • Hail Mary: Another Burleigh fave doing Taco Tuesday from 5pm, Hail Mary is whipping up classic tacos for $6 #areebaareeba. For an extra $1.50, you can get stuck into the pork belly taco #GetSomePorkOnYaFork. At 26 James Street, Burleigh Heads
El Camino Cantina, Paradise Centre, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
El Camino Cantina, Paradise Centre, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

SOUTH GC

Currumbin RSL (image supplied)
Currumbin RSL (image supplied)

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

  • El Camino Cantina: Ok hold the phone coz it doesn’t get any cheaper than this! Soft shell tacos are just $2 on a Tuesday (say what?), plus you can upgrade to the best-selling Cadillac tacos for just $4! At 2 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise & Robina Town Centre, 19-33 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina
  • TGI Fridays: At $1 a pop, just wing it we say! Signature wings in serves of six, tossed in your choice of sauce. You’re going to love Tuesdays so much, you’ll want to put a wing on it. At Paradise Centre, 2 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise & at Robina Town Centre: Robina Town Centre Drive

Words by Bianca Trathen.

TGI Fridays, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
TGI Fridays, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

14 sweet Gold Coast lunch specials

Mozza Mozza, Southport (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
Mozza Mozza, Southport (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Who can go past a good lunch deal? Not us. It’s the closest we can get to a mini-vaycay during the work week. Meal prep? Not here. Because nothing says treat yo’ self like ghosting the soggy 3-day old leftovers in the fridge in favour of a feast for one – because who doesn’t want a reason to escape their desk jail for just an hour – or two.

And we don’t know what it is but for some reason a cheap feed just tastes better… Maybe it’s the cost of living talking or maybe, we’re just a sucker for a bargain. Whether you’ve given up the will to meal prep (guilty) or you’re looking for a boozy long lunch to kick the weekend off (Friday counts as the weekend, right?) we’ve discovered that the Gold Coast is not afraid of a sweet deal – thanks a lunch for that!

The thing is, long lunches and us go together like cheese and pizza so we’ve done the hard – and hungry – work to find the most irresistible lunch deals to get you through every single day. We got you!

BLOWFISH Ocean Grill + Bar, Broadbeach (image supplied)
BLOWFISH Ocean Grill + Bar, Broadbeach (image supplied)

BLOWFISH Ocean Grill + Bar
If you have already checked out one of the Oracle’s newest kids on the block then let us give you a reason to. Blowfish has launched their new midday dining experience with two delicious courses for $69. Get your pick of an entrée and main, or main and dessert if you’re guilty of being a sweet tooth like us. You’ll find a bunch of Blowfish faves like fresh oysters, Moreton Bay Bug rolls and Whole Black Sole gracing the menu from the sea, and for the land lovers the steak tasting board has your name written all over it.
Where: 3 Oracle Blvd, Broadbeach

El Ranchero, Let's Get Toasted (image by @snackforyoureyes)
El Ranchero, Let's Get Toasted (image by @snackforyoureyes)

El Ranchero
El Ranchero has the perfect offering to ring in the weekend. And yes, lunchtime Friday is the start of the weekend as far as we’re concerned, because all emails received on a Friday afternoon, are absolutely next week’s problem. The aptly named Frothy Friday’s include $5 beers and $1 wings specials from midday, with a DJ spinning tunes from 5pm so you can get that good times rolling. El Ranchero has welcomed brand spanking new truck ‘Let’s Get Toasted’ by experienced local foodie Marc Nickalls. This fun little van is full of delicious one handed bites, perfect for kicking off the weekend.
Where: 6/36 Central Drive, Burleigh Heads

Kin, Burleigh (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
Kin, Burleigh (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Kin
Spice up the ol’ sushi lunch date with a Pan-Asian moment at Kin, giving you a fresh twist of classic Japanese cuisine. Get the chargrilled salmon, bug bao, salmon sashimi or some other goodies for $25pp, along with a complimentary glass of beer, wine, bubbles or a Grey Goose Spritzer and at this point you’re just losing money not going. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, they’ve got happy hour for not just one hour, but five, with specials running from 12-5pm. We’ll cheers to that.
Where: 5/1730 Gold Coast Hwy, Burleigh Heads

Diavola pizza, Mozza Mozza, Southport (image supplied)
Diavola pizza, Mozza Mozza, Southport (image supplied)

Mozza Mozza
Experts agree the Weekend Bottomless Disco Brunch at Mozza Mozza is one surefire way to bring that weekend vibes (it’s us, we’re the experts). $75 gets you a tasting-style menu with the best Italian bites like Focaccia, Warmed Olives, Arancini Balls, Margherita Pizza and Calamari Fritti, perfectly paired with bottomless Mimosas and Spritz selections. And let the good times really Aperol with a $15pp upgrade to bottomless Boozy Slushies #bottomyesplease.
Where: Cnr Olsen Ave &, Musgrave Ave, Southport

The Island, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
The Island, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

The Island
Okay so the weekend has arrived but the indulgent (read: boozy) long lunches are just getting started. Touted as a long, leisurely lunch for weekends, when it’s time to get your graze and goss on the only way is up – go the Island’s rooftop of course. We have two words for you: cocktail. carafes. For $79 pp you’ll get a decadent share style feed from flatbreads to pork belly bao and fried halloumi, sip back on the 2 hour bottomless cocktail package with fresh flavours in the form of a spritz and of course, wines and beer on tap.
Where: 3128 Surfers Paradise Blvd, Surfers Paradise

Hail Mary (image supplied)
Hail Mary (image supplied)

Hail Mary
A list of the GC’s finest midday offerings would not be complete without a taco ‘bout the holy grail lunch deal that awaits at Hail Mary. $19 gets you two tacos + your choice of beer, wine, spirit or soft drink – all for less than a lobster. The $5 upgrade to a classic marg also feels like a no-brainer – albeit sadly there’s no currency slang equivalent for a $24 lunch bargain. If a Sunday session is more your vibe then you’re in luck because Sangria Sunday is serving up jugs of our favourite nectar for just $20. Let’s just say lunch and a cocktail for halfa pineapple is a pretty sweet deal.
Where: 26 James St, Burleigh Heads

Osteria del Mare, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Osteria del Mare, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

Osteria Del Mare
Fridays were made for long lunching and avoiding the rest of your work responsibilities and apparently, Osteria Del Mare understood the assignment when they decided to bring out the big guns for a $45 lunch deal. Fill up with two courses of authentic Italian fare (there’s even oysters on the menu) and of course a wine, the hardest decision will be whether to get the Tiramisu or Italian Donuts with Nutella.
Where: 2/1718 Gold Coast Hwy, Burleigh Heads

Maggie Choo bar (Image: © 2020 Inside Gold Coast)
Maggie Choo bar (Image: © 2020 Inside Gold Coast)

Maggie Choo
She’s the girl everybody wants to know, bright and cool, serving up tasty eats, some of the most unique cocktails around and, of course, bulk good vibes. Grab the girls and head in on Friday to Sunday from 12pm – 3pm to enjoy the Express Lunch. Just $38pp gets you an XO Prawn Spring Roll, Wonton Soup, Satay Chicken, Vietnamese Salad and Sorbet. Colour us impressed!

If you’re feeling more than a little peckish then Let’s Yum Cha is for you. $65 for an empress feast banquet of seven share plates and a lychee martini!
Where: 89 Surf Parade, Broadbeach

Gnocchi Sorrentina  , La Calabrese (image supplied)
Gnocchi Sorrentina  , La Calabrese (image supplied)

La Calabrese at Ocean
We’re starting to see a theme here – the Gold Coast is spoilt for choice when it comes to a bottomless brunch and quite frankly, lucky us. And clearly La Calabrese at Ocean heard that Paradise was calling and they needed a bottomless lunch – stat! With ocean views, a three-course lunch and a two-hour beverage pack from $89pp, it’s officially not just a Surfers Paradise – it’s a foodie’s paradise, too.
Where: 86 Esplanade, Surfers Paradise

Zephyr kitchen & bar, Mermaid Beach (image supplied)
Zephyr Kitchen & Bar, Mermaid Beach (image supplied)

Zephyr Kitchen & Bar
We want to fly away into this Zephyr – every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, thanks. With a schmick new look, the dreamy pink hues have our name written all over it – bonus points for the top notch people watching while you stuff yourself silly on the delicious eats. From $99 you can get your pick from two set menus with a mix of Mediterranean and Italian inspired dishes, plus two hours of unlimited margaritas because sometimes (always) more is more.
Where: 2215 Gold Coast Hwy, Mermaid Beach

Mermaid Beach Tavern interior (Image: © 2021 Inside Gold Coast)
Mermaid Beach Tavern interior (Image: © 2021 Inside Gold Coast)

Mermaid Beach Tavern
They’re one of the best loved pubs on the Gold Coast, so it’s no wonder they know the way to our hearts is through a good feed. To ward off the mid-week scaries Mermaid Tavern have been brewing up a selection of $18 lunch specials that’ll make the week more beerable.  Our pick is the Crispy Skin Salmon Bowl or of course you can’t go past the classic Beer Batter Snapper and Chips combo, it’s o-fish-ially one of the best deals we’ve found.
Where: 2500 Gold Coast Hwy, Mermaid Beach

TGI Fridays, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
TGI Fridays, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

TGI Friday
The legends at TGI Fridays are making it feel like Friday every day with lunch specials fit for a king, take your pick from their burger, chicken and salad (if you’re #fitspo) or go all out with a half rack of pork ribs – slow cooked and with your name all over it, we hear. All that eating’s got to be thirsty work, so wash it down with your choice of a soft drink, beer or wine – prices start from $19.90 and walking home with change from a twenty sounds like a money win if you ask us.
Where: Robina Town Centre, 19 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina & Level 1 Paradise Centre, 2 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise

Food and Cocktails at Tropic Vice, Nobby Beach (image supplied)
Food and Cocktails at Tropic Vice, Nobby Beach (image supplied)

Tropic Vice
There’s something about a rooftop and a bottomless lunch that just makes our heart skip a beat. Luckily for us, Tropic Vice has one of the most epic offers with two hours of Bottomless Bliss dishing up a five-course set menu with their best bites, plus two hours of all-you-can-drink margs, beer and wine for $99 per person. On your marg, get set, go!
Where: 2215 Gold Coast Hwy, Mermaid Beach

Chicken Burger at Gold Coast Tavern (image supplied)
Chicken Burger at Gold Coast Tavern (image supplied)

Gold Coast Tavern
Sometimes you just need a cheeky mid-weeky to get you going and no one knows that better than Gold Coast Tavern. Their weekday lunch menu gives your favourite pub feeds their time to shine, with everything from salt and pepper squid to your classic schnitty just $18. Lunch with enough left over to sneak a schooner? You had us at schnitty.
Where: 150 Bundall Rd, Bundall

Words by Jacqueline Bojanowski

An un-beer-lievably good lunch special

Burger and beer, BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
Burger and beer, BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

Oh, Surfers. Sometimes classy, never boring – between the beaches, the nightlife, our unofficial HQ of fun is the Gold Coast’s worst kept secret for good reason. Locals and tourists alike have long known the magic all wrapped up in this one iconic mecca that boasts everything you could ever need for a damn good time. Or, so we thought.

That is, right up until Surfers officially got its very own brewery, aaaand now it truly does have everything we could ever need.

BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

Just a hops, skip and a jump from the pint-er perfect Surfers Paradise beachfront, a big ol’ brewery by the name of BOB taking up residence in the bustling Surfer’s strip was ale we ever needed – putting the froth in our ‘frothy Fridays’ – and every other day ending in ‘y’, ever since.

Way more stunning than the name BOB, or the word ‘brewery’ would lead you to believe, even the most beer averse among us should add BOB’s Beer to their ‘must visit’ list because the surrounds are a 10/10 (oh and also the cocktail menu slaps). Step inside and you’re greeted with a swanky monochrome fit-out, airy high ceilings aglow with growlers-turned-pendant-lights and would ya cop a load of #thosepipes. Plumbing has never looked so good thanks to the glistening copper pipes delivering that expertly brewed amber nectar straight to our glasses.

BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

Head chef Jerome Estoesta also works closely with the brewing team to deliver a menu that goes against the grain of your usual pub fare. An un-XPA-ctedly zesty line up of ceviche, oysters and sticky pork belly for entrees, and grilled steaks, fresh fish and creamy prawn pasta for mains are all on the menu.

Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

And while Surfers Paradise might indeed be the GC’s worst kept secret, we’ve got the hop tip on a $20 lunch special so lit everyone needs to know about it. None of this mid-week business, BOB’s is dishing lunch noms up every TGIF and well into our #Sundayfundays. From 12 to 3.30 every Friday-Sunday, have your pick of the mid-day bites and a pot of BOB’s beer for the grand total of a lobster. The Beef (secret sauce) or Chicken Burger (Kewpie mayo & tonkatsu sauce) with chips offer bun-believable value, but never fear if this option is not the bun for you. Why just drink your beer when you can eat it too, the – the Tim Tam Tom Beef Cheeks – slow cooked in Tim Tam Tom beer will be hard to beat on these winter days, and we’re cauli’n it, the Spiced cauliflower in tofu cream dressing will keep everyone satisfied no matter their vego status.

Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

With a name that literally means Best of Beers, of course BOB’s Beer takes their craft v seriously. There are no less than 13 different brews on tap – eight of which are lovingly made on site, with a focus on quality and locally sourced ingredients. Basically, for beer enthusiasts, there are about to be some ruthless decisions to be made. Now, if the deja brew starts to set in (we won’t tell) there’s also a top-notch Winter cocktail menu to take you on a sip around the world.

Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)

There are some old faves like the Singapore Sling Gin Sherry, Benedictine, Pineapple, Lime, Bitters that you already know will go down a treat, but if you’re in the mood to mix it up New Delhi Fashion certainly puts the ‘warm’ in winter warmer with Bourbon, Chai Spice, Bitters.

And we dare you to order a Putins Nuts – Peanut Butter Whisky, Kahlua, Milk with a straight face.

A couple of burgs, some sneaky beachside brewski’s and BOB’s your uncle, you’ve got an ale-round good time for all. Whether you’re brand brew to the world of beer, or a long-time frothy fanatic, there’s delightfully good bits and BOB’s on offer here for everyone.

When: Monday & Thursday 5pm – 9pm, Friday, Saturday & Sunday – 12pm – 10pm
Where: 10/2 Elkhorn Ave, Surfers Paradise

Words by Kellie Leader.

STORY SPONSORED BY BOB’S BEER.

Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
Food at BOB's Beers, Surfers Paradise (image supplied)
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