Guys we have big, no make that HUGE news! Bread’n’Butter, one of the Gold Coast’s first hipster eateries is set to reopen its doors in a brand-new location. Squeal!
The eatery, which was previously housed inside a converted Queenslander in Kirra, was an absolute must-do for all GC locals. The uber cool restaurant and lounge bar was famous for its moreish woodfire pizzas and epic list of tipples. An awesome venue for live music, we spent many a weekend there appreciating the cool tunes pumped out by some of the best local artists on the Coast. So we—and their loyal fans—were understandably devastated when they closed their doors for refurbishment two years ago.
And while they’ve kept us fed thanks to their truck at Miami Marketta and The Italian Job kitchen at The Collective in Palm Beach, we couldn’t help but miss the good vibes of Bread’n’Butter. So to say we’re stoked that they’re coming back is a slight understatement.
The new Bread’n’Butter isn’t moving too far from their original location, in fact it’s in the exact same spot in a newly renovated building on Musgrave Street, overlooking the beaut Kirra beachfront. The new look eatery will feature those much-adored stone baked pizzas, homemade gnocchi and Spanish tapas. There’s even a new head chef from Spain currently working his magic on the menu and we can’t wait. Even better? They've secured a live music license for the outdoor area so some expect sweet tunes come open day.
We’re told the fit out will be neo-industrial with a vintage twist. Is it just us or does it sound like this place is going to be the go-to date venue when you want to impress bae and the ultimate spot for catch ups with the crew?
With an estimated opening date of September, we’re literally counting down the days until we can visit. Stayed tuned, we’ll be back with a tasty inside look then!
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