Following the success of its highly popular dining experiences, Cucina Vivo and Kiyomi, Jupiters Gold Coast has announced it will unveil Garden Kitchen & Bar, its third new restaurant in less than 12 months.
Set to open in late December, the new venue will form part of Jupiters’ $345 million transformation and blur the lines between indoors and out, inviting guests to experience an eclectic mix of contemporary furnishings, cascading greenery and a generous dining area bathed in natural light.
Embracing the Gold Coast’s enviable climate and luxurious laidback lifestyle, Garden Kitchen & Bar will open in the space formerly held by The PA Pub. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the spacious new venue will be Jupiters’ largest restaurant.
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Garden Kitchen & Bar will feature modern communal dining, a semi-private dining room for more intimate celebrations, an open kitchen, an indoor bar, and a sundrenched deck overlooking the property’s expansive lawn area and lush tropical gardens.
Managing Director Queensland Geoff Hogg said the new restaurant would showcase some of the best the Gold Coast has to offer. “We are determined to create a place where locals and visitors can experience everything the Coast is famous for – to taste the iconic flavours of the Gold Coast, celebrate the City’s vibrant atmosphere and draw inspiration from the surrounding natural elements,” said Mr Hogg.
“That’s what we envision Garden Kitchen & Bar will offer. From the freshest, seasonal produce, to the very best in design that brings the outdoors in – it’s a place where food lovers, family and friends can come together any time of the day to enjoy.”
Mr Hogg said the team is extremely excited to be creating another new dining experience for locals and tourists to complement the existing restaurants Jupiters has launched as part of its transformation. “Cucina Vivo and Kiyomi have both been highly successful since opening in December 2014 and it’s been incredible to hear all the amazing feedback each of the restaurants has received,” he said.
“It’s evident dining on the Gold Coast is coming of age. There’s a real ‘foodie’ culture emerging and that trend has become more and more apparent with the success of the City’s regional restaurants at recent awards.”
Garden Kitchen & Bar forms part of Jupiters’ $345 million transformation, which will enhance the Gold Coast’s reputation as one of the world’s top tourist destinations. When complete, the redevelopment will see the refurbishment of the property’s almost 600 hotel rooms, a new six-star luxury hotel suite tower and an array of contemporary restaurants and bars.