A new culinary jewel will open its doors on the southern Gold Coast this festive season and our mouths are watering already.
Marketplace dining is set to be given a sophisticated upgrade when the The Collective Palm Beach opens mid-December.
Featuring 5 kitchens within the one venue, the foodie playground will cater to all tastebuds, with Japanese, Italian, American, Mexican and Aussie fare on the menu.
The old Palm Beach post office is being completely transformed to make way for the dining hotspot which will offer seating for 300 people across two levels. When complete, both levels will have retractable roofs to allow diners to enjoy an outdoor dining experience if the weather is fabulous.
The brainchild of restaurateur Jeremy Davidson, his partner Chloe Hubbard and her father Wayne, The Collective is set to deliver a dining destination Gold Coasters have been craving. “As a family, we love food and eating out and have always craved somewhere that offers a variety of choices of different cuisines in a restaurant service style environment,” Jeremy said.
Some of the Coast’s finest chefs will be cooking up a storm at The Collective, including the owners of Easy Street Diner, the owners of Bread and Butter and Vincent Send from Mamasan.
The Collective is due to open mid-December for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. For more information, visit: thecollectivepalmbeach.com.au/