Bars rising to the occasion
tain, with exclusive food and beverage packages on offer from PCEC.
“Equipped with a private bar, lounge settings, indoor and outdoor spaces, cocktail tables and festoon lighting, this area will create an incredibly lively ambiance for guests to enjoy,” Mr Ferguson said.
PCEC operations director Ben Ferguson, Gilbert and Tobin executive assistant Carol Anne Docherty and PCEC general manager Nigel Keen. Picture: Martin KennealeyPOP-UP bar Embargo will have a new home for the summer, taking over the Ku De Ta premises from November 29 after its closure in July.Embargo On The Point will take over the multifaceted venue and fill it with life, music, drinks and a broad range of delicious bites, according to spokesman Jesse Wilson.“The venue has been transformed to include six bars with plenty of casual dining spots, along with a huge outdoor beer garden and, soon to come, will be a licensed boardwalk for those who want to be a fingertip away from the water,” he said.“The outdoor beer garden will make for the perfect hangout for furry friends as the venue is dog friendly, plus there’s an entire indoor kids room with giant ball pit, indoor bocce green, giant Jenga, Connect-4 and more for families with little ones.”Guests can indulge in WA bites from Fish Boss, Varsity Burgers, The Pizza Lounge and Big Don’s Smoked Meats.