Bars ris­ing to the oc­ca­sion

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Food -

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.­mu­ni­ d488833

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.

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