Operating seven days a week from 5pm until late, Cherry will offer a sumptuous setting, expert mixologists and designer drinks.
The sleek-looking bar will be joined by The Star’s ninth venue, Food Quarter, in late December, serving as a more casual dining space.
Having already launched a number highly successful venues as part of the landmark redevelopment, The Star Entertainment Group Managing Director Queensland Geoff Hogg said the new food and beverage experiences further illustrated The Star’s significant investment in the region ahead of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
“We are experiencing the most monumental transformation our property has seen, and during this process we remain focused on creating unforgettable experiences for our guests both locally and internationally,” Mr Hogg said.
“While newly-transformed Cherry will reflect the atmosphere and energy of its central location, cafeteria-style eatery Food Quarter will focus on fresh, fast and efficient service when it opens later this year.
“Both are vital in assisting us to meet growing demand and are sure to be popular over the busy Christmas period.”
Cherry’s four intimate VIP booths cater to special occasions, whilst a seasonal DJ series during peak periods will liven the atmosphere.
Next door, Food Quarter’s fresh coastal palette and new open plan design will create a bright and refreshing space.
Both venues have been designed in partnership with multi-award winning Queensland architectural firm Brand & Slater who will carry out the revitalisation of the property’s highly anticipated Sports Bar ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Adding to the excitement of the current development is the planned addition of the 53-storey mixed use residential apartment and hotel tower, the first of its kind to be unveiled on Broadbeach Island.
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