The booming Broadbeach dining precinct has received a new dining and entertainment hot spot with the official launch of The Broadbeach in December.

Formerly known as The Broadbeach Tavern and Liars Bar, the launch of The Broadbeach is the result of a six-month refurbishment, re-brand and a refresh of what is on offer. Housed beneath the Oasis Shopping Centre on the iconic corner block of land situated on Old Burleigh Road and Queensland Avenue, The Broadbeach has a new contemporary coastal fit-out and an extensive yet refined food and drink offering. The Broadbeach’s venue manager Adrian Costello says the revamp will take the venue into a new era. “Broadbeach has come a long way as a dining destination and as the old tavern hadn’t evolved with the area it was due for a major facelift and the results are amazing,” said Adrian. “We have created a space that is unique to Broadbeach with areas that facilitate everything from functions to friends getting together for dinner and drinks. With dining areas, terrace seating and function spaces, everyone who comes to The Broadbeach is sure to find a nook suitable for their occasion.”

With a new focus on providing an extensive bistro-style dining menu, The Broadbeach caters for all dietary requirements and tastes with a focus on quality, fresh produce and simple delights. The new menu includes staples like pasta and wood-fired pizzas, as well as fresh seafood and share plates. The grill serves up famous Grazier’s beef, and the function menu includes metre-long pizzas. The bar hosts over 40 taps of beer and wine, along with a colourful cocktail menu.

The Broadbeach provides both indoor and outdoor seating allowing guests to enjoy the ocean views of Broadbeach, and live music is scheduled from Thursday through to Sunday.

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