GC Word On The Street #189
Your Place or Vine?
Surfers Paradise is the place to be…our seaside has all the bars, nightclubs, cafes and restaurants you could ask for…and it all comes with a view! From jungle-themed partying to travelling chicken, we’ve got you covered in this week’s Word on the Street.
📷: MS MARGOT'S
Residing in the lobby of Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel and Residences, Ms Margot’s is the new place to be from early mornings until late nights. They offer a cheeky morning coffee, classic lunches, and fun speciality cocktails. Drop by and get hooked on their pork belly baos, tasty desserts, or their award-winning craft beers.
📷: LOST KINGDOM NIGHTCLUB
Be transported to the unparalleled urban sanctuary at the Lost Kingdom, bringing a vibrant jungle experience to life in the heart of Surfers Paradise. Take a journey through the lush greenery and bamboo until you reach the showstopping, music-pumping dance floor. Enjoy the array of drinks they have to offer, including the island boat of ten shots and the treasure chest cocktail. Don’t miss out on their event nights like Forbidden Thursdays, Ritual Fridays, Sacred Saturdays or the Survival Sundays!
📷: CHOP CHOP CAVILL LANE
Cavill Lane’s Asian Dining Precinct is awaiting you…take your pick from the fourteen different restaurants all full of delicious food. Surfers Paradise is the home Chop Chop Asian Street Food filled with extensive menus, lively drinks and a new dining experience.
2Bros are on the road serving fantastic fried chicken all through the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and to the lovely Byron Bay. Everyone will be hitting the Cluck Truck for their Nashville hot chicken, burgers and milkshakes so don’t miss out.
Surfers Paradise is waiting for you! Grab your friends, family and midnight rendezvous...there is far too much to experience for you to miss out on it! It's life darling, why wouldn't you live yours at one of the most fabulous places our GC has to offer?
About the Author
Ezri is a lover of coffee, music, film and writing. If she isn't reading a new book every week, she's finding the time to visit the newest cafe hotspot, art exhibition or curled up on her couch watching all of the early 2000's movies.