RSL venue offers great atmosphere
The restaurant excels with very well priced and quality food. Steve Elliott
Port Kennedy RSL is not only a great place for current and serving Defence Force members and veterans to meet, it is also a safe and friendly haven for local residents.
Nestled in the fast-growing southern corridor and attracting most of its 1500 members from local suburbs, the club is looking to cement its place in the community as a social hub.
The club is open seven days a week with a big range of activities including social darts, a schnitzel night, members draw, Mega Raffle and a Sunday Session.
Other club activities held throughout the year include tribute bands, quiz nights, bogan bingo, fancy dress theme nights and more.
Club president Steve Elliott said the venue provided a great atmosphere and delicious food at great prices.
“The restaurant excels with very well priced and quality food,” he said.
“Patrons come in and select from the main blackboard or our specials menu, which change on a weekly basis.
“There are dress standards and a level of respect expected, but remember, we are an RSL.”
Mr Elliott said Friday night’s Mega Raffle had been a hit with patrons, with tasty food, live music, dancing and more than $700 in prizes on offer.
The Port Kennedy RSL is on 27 Paxton Way.
For more information, call their friendly staff on 9524 5855.
Sarah Ingram with Karen Brick and Cassie Thomas of Port Kennedy RSL.