KC’S re-opens today
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.