Hid­den gem cel­e­brates mile­stone

‘Se­cret spot’ on the map

Whitsunday Times - - ADVERTISING FEATURE -

AIRLIE’S An­chor Bar is a hid­den gem which has al­ways had a spe­cial kind of sparkle.

Like all things that are hard to find, the bar is a valu­able com­mod­ity, one which has not gone un­no­ticed by the busi­ness and lo­cal com­mu­nity alike.

Owner Josh Knut­son and the team at the An­chor Bar ex­tend heart­felt ap­pre­ci­a­tion to those in the Whit­sun­days who have helped make the busi­ness the suc­cess story it is.

Cel­e­brat­ing three years in busi­ness, the An­chor Bar has an idyl­lic set­ting, high above Airlie Beach.

This of­fers a mil­lion-dol­lar view of the Co­ral Sea and has lit­er­ally set it as a cut above.

Orig­i­nal and un­pre­ten­tious food at the right price served by friendly, com­pe­tent staff, a pool with a view and great cock­tails com­bine to make the An­chor Bar the place to be for all oc­ca­sions.

To co­in­cide with the cel­e­bra­tion of the An­chor Bar’s three years in busi­ness, Josh and Leah have launched a loy­alty re­ward card.

The card is swiped ev­ery time a pur­chase is made to ac­crue points.

Th­ese can then be re­deemed for food and drinks.

The An­chor Bar’s Es­cape to Par­adise loy­alty card is fur­ther look­ing af­ter lo­cals by giv­ing away a $25 voucher on your birth­day.

Come in, pro­vide your name, email ad­dress and birth­day and pick up your card.

When you pick up the card check out the An­chor Bar’s Sun­downer menu.

Real, cool, funky lit­tle plates that you can mix and match will be served with a dif­fer­ent cock­tail each day be­tween 3pm and 5pm.

Come up and say “hi” to Josh and Leah and they may even buy you a beer to cel­e­brate the An­chor Bar’s three year an­niver­sary in busi­ness.

PHOTO: PETER CAR­RUTHERS

IS­LAND VIEW: Owner of the An­chor Bar Josh Knut­son thanks the com­mu­nity for the sup­port dur­ing the last three years.

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