Harbour Town has just opened its highly anticipated Harbour Town Eats, the $30 million renovated dining and entertainment destination space.
Outlet shopping can be an all-day adventure, especially at Harbour Town Gold Coast, Australia’s largest outlet shopping centre with 240 shops including premium international and Australian labels such as Armani, Oroton, Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Furla, Mimco and Michael Kors.
In a walking street resplendent with greenery and shaded by spacious verandas, Harbour Town Eats provides sustenance for the journey; a relaxed outdoor dining precinct for shoppers, as well as a dining destination for locals.
From quick bites and hawker-style street food stalls to banquet menus, café fare and a sports bar setting new trends, Harbour Town Eats boasts something to please all palates and purse strings. Newcomers to the precinct include Zeus Street Greek and Sanctum, 8 Street and Crafty’s Sports Bar.
Crafty’s Sports Bar is a family-friendly sports bar offering sociable dining complete with competitive games such as table tennis and cornhole. With a fun twist on popular dishes, such as DIY Hot Dogs, Pumpkin tostadas and Parmigiana spring rolls, Crafty’s provides party food and drinks for a good night out.
Zeus Street Greek offers a contemporary and relaxed dining environment with a modern Australian take on traditional Greek food. From char-grilled lamb off the spit to gyros or perfect for grabbing on the go or eating in.
Mirroring its sister locations in Mt Gravatt and Mt Ommaney, 8 Street is an L-shaped hawkers’ lane of thirteen vendors who offer budget-conscious Asian street food dishes. Think ramen, gyoza and Korean fried chicken and your prayers will be answered!
Sanctum’s produce driven menus are supplemented by artisan coffee from award-winning Bellisimo coffee roasters. Their Fish and Chippery window is also set to be a favourite.
Established eateries in the centre including Nonna’s, Yum Cha Cuisine, Star Café and Zingara’s Kitchen join outlets such as San Churro and Grill’d as part of the most ambient dining precinct on the Gold Coast.
The open-air plaza area in front of the cinemas 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.
Whether who’re looking for food, company, social interaction, or simply a respite from retail therapy, with twenty-one eateries to choose from in one central area, there’s a fresh new space to unwind in and relax.
Harbour Town Eats, Harbour Town Shopping Centre, 147-189 Brisbane Road, Biggera Waters, Open daily from breakfast until late.
NOTE: This article was published in The Sun newspaper on 20 March 2019.