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Restaurant opens with Gusto

The Brolga Theatre’s restaurant Gusto will close on Saturday.
The Brolga Theatre’s restaurant Gusto will close on Saturday. Contributed

FINE dining is back on the menu at the Brolga Theatre after new restaurant, Gusto, opened its doors at the well-known theatre venue earlier this month.

More than 100 guests flocked to the dining hotspot for the launch of the restaurant, with the outdoor launch showcasing the venue's unique views.

Restaurant owner Katie Clayton was excited to launch the new partnership between Gusto and the Brolga Theatre.

"We are hoping to develop a very strong function and events product for Maryborough," Mrs Clayton said.

"The Brolga is such an exceptional venue, and it needs to be recognised across the Fraser Coast.

"Our menu is designed to focus on fresh local ingredients," she said. We want our guests to be excited when they read our menu, and we have made sure that our menu is reasonably priced so that locals can enjoy the great food on a regular basis."

Gusto is now open for lunch and dinner services from Tuesday to Saturday, and is expected to launch a Sunday brunch event within the next few weeks.

Bookings are recommended.

Topics:  brolga theatre, bundaberg, food, gusto, restaurant




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