KC’S re-opens to­day

Whitsunday Times - - BUSINESS NEWS -

SCRUMP­TIOUS steaks and out­stand­ing live en­ter­tain­ment are back on the menu at KC’s Bar and Grill in Air­lie Beach as it re­opens to­day.Busi­ness owner Chris Chen­gody said the venue would con­tinue to pride them­selves on their fa­mous steaks.

“We gave it four months for the guys to get ev­ery­thing done in the main street and they are al­most there so we thought it was the right time to come back,” he said.

“Not a hell of a lot has changed.

“We’ve kept a lot of the tra­di­tional ele­ments the same but the restau­rant has been re­vi­talised with new sig­nage to fit in with the new streetscape of Air­lie Beach.”

The venue will fea­ture new look menus but will have many of the old char­grilled favourites, and they will con­tinue with their com­mit­ment to bring- ing great live en­ter­tain­ment to the town.

KC’s Bar and Grill has also wel­comed Alan Bryce into the po­si­tion of head chef.

Mr Chen­gody said there were still big plans for the restau­rant which in­clude the in­stal­la­tion of fixed um­brel­las, sail shades and out­door seat­ing. He said he is look­ing for­ward to re-open­ing on the new, bright and vi­brant main street.

For years, KCs has helped keep mu­sic lovers in the Whit­sun­days tap­ping their feet to all dif­fer­ent styles of mu­sic.

This tra­di­tion will con­tinue tonight, with Tam­worth rock band Blake Sa­ban 3 per­form­ing live ev­ery night, from 8.30pm tonight un­til Sun­day.

Blake Sa­ban 3 are fresh off the back of a six-month national tour and are best known for their roots­based style, slide gui­tar driven blues tunes and rock ‘n’ roll thumpers.

EX­CIT­ING COME­BACK: KC's Bar and Grill owner Chris Chen­gody is look­ing for­ward to re­open­ing to­day.

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