Jupiters Gold Coast to open third new restaurant ‘Garden Kitchen & Bar’

As Jupiters Gold Coast continue to celebrate their 30th anniversary throughout November, the Broadbeach institution has announced a new outdoor restaurant, Garden Kitchen & Bar, will be the next step in the property’s major $345 million redevelopment, making it their third new dining venue in less than 12 months. Joining Italian kitchen Cucina Vivo and contemporary Japanese restaurant Kiyomi, Garden Kitchen & Bar will open in late December of this year, presenting locals and visitors with an eclectic mix of contemporary furnishings, cascading greenery, and a generous dining area bathed in natural light.

The glowing indoor-outdoor restaurant will mirror the luxurious and laidback lifestyle that characterises Broadbeach, slotting into the space formerly held by The PA Pub. The new venue will be double the size of the old pub, extending into a spacious deck and lavish bar area.

Fresh, seasonal produce will be found all throughout the menu, which is said to showcase the very best in local flavours. Their will be multiple eating areas in which to enjoy the planned food and drink, including a modern semi-private dining room and a sun-soaked deck overlooking the property’s vibrant lawn area and tropical gardens. The outdoor room will be anchored in a lush garden setting, drawing atmosphere from an abundance of foliage which keeps consistent with the garden-theme of the restaurant.


The restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and will be the largest that has so far opened as part of the new Jupiters.

The massive redevelopment project at Jupiters has already seen Kiyomi and Cucina Vivo become two of the most exciting restaurants in the area. This is in addition to a re-imagined poolside experience, and the gradual refurbishment of the property’s almost 600 hotel rooms. A new six-star luxury hotel suite tower will also be opening in the future, alongside even more contemporary restaurants and bars.



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Chris Singh

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