RSL venue of­fers great at­mos­phere

Southern Telegraph - - Business Update -

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.

Pic­ture: David Sal­vaire

Sarah In­gram with Karen Brick and Cassie Thomas of Port Kennedy RSL.

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