Plenty to smile about

Ju­bilee Tav­ern of­fers fam­ily-friendly ser­vice with a smile

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

WITH school hol­i­days com­ing up, there is one Air­lie Beach venue that will keep the kids happy.

The Ju­bilee Tav­ern has boosted its fam­ily-friendly cre­den­tials with a brand­new ice cream freezer, which is prov­ing pop­u­lar for kids and adults alike.

Ice cream op­tions in­clude rum and raisin, fairy floss, English tof­fee, mango tango, triple swirl, boy­sen­berry, cho­co­late lovers, vanilla and bub­blegum.

Ju­bilee Tav­ern man­ager Craig Bradley said the tav­ern would be the place to be over the school hol­i­days, with kids re­ceiv­ing a free main meal and ice cream for ev­ery adult main meal pur­chased be­tween 5.30–6.30pm on Mon­day and Thurs­day.

With play­ground fa­cil­i­ties also avail­able, the Ju­bilee Tav­ern of­fers a su­per kid-friendly en­vi­ron­ment, which is tough to beat.

Ice cream served in a bowl can also be pur­chased with adult meals for an ad­di­tional $2.

Lunch-time March spe­cials pro­vide ex­cep­tional value for money, with a range of six op­tions avail­able Mon­day to Fri­day from noon–2pm.

Tav­ern mem­bers have more than this to smile about, with the $15 lunch deal in­clud­ing a house wine, beer or soft drink, a $2 Keno ticket and $2 pokie credit.

A cour­tesy bus is avail­able from the venue five days a week, run­ning from 4–9pm from Wed­nes­day to Fri­day and noon–9pm on Satur­day and Sun­day.

Whether you’re af­ter a quiet night out with the fam­ily or want­ing a chat in a friendly at­mos­phere, the Ju­bilee Tav­ern won’t dis­ap­point.

For a re­lax­ing din­ner, visit the Ju­bilee Tav­ern, lo­cated at the corner of Loop and Shute Har­bour Rds, Ju­bilee Pocket.

PHOTO: JA­COB WIL­SON

FAM­ILY FRIENDLY: Man­ager Craig Bradley wel­comes cus­tomers to try the new ice cream flavours.

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