Harbour Town has announced the new name of its highly anticipated dining precinct, unveiling the multi-million dollar dining space will be known as Harbour Town Eats.
The destination will act as an outdoor dining precinct for shoppers, but also for locals searching for a shared dining experience. From quick bites and hawker-style street food stall, to banquet menus, cafe fare and a sports bar, Harbour Town Eats boasts something for all palates and purse strings. Newcomers to the precinct include Zeus Street Greek and Sanctum, joining the already confirmed 8 Street and Crafty’s Sports Bar.
Zeus Street Greek will offer a contemporary and relaxed dining environment with fresh, flavoursome Greek inspired dishes that are perfect for grabbing on the go or eating in. Sanctum will offer produce driven dining with added neighbourhood charm. The menu presents an assortment of gourmet breakfast options, flavour-packed lunch and dinner menu, with a beverage selection that offers artisan coffee from award winning Bellisimo coffee roasters in Brisbane. There will also be a Fish and Chippery window which is set to be a favourite.
Whether it is food, company, social interaction, or simply a respite from retail therapy, the new eateries will offer a fresh space to unwind and take it all in.
Harbour Town Manager Gary Webb says Harbour Town Eats offers a unique customer experience and he looks forward to welcoming Crafty’s Sport Bar, Zeus Street Greek, Sanctum and 8 Street to the Centre in coming weeks. The open-air plaza area is also the perfect meeting point for a pre-movie mingle, with the Gold Coast’s most affordable big-screen complex, Reading Cinemas, showing the latest blockbusters from $10 every day.
The $25 million project will be the biggest addition to Harbour Town since the North-West Mall opened in May 2016.
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