The last few months at the Robina Tavern have been a process of transformation from a tired community pub and gaming room, into the dazzling, trendy hot spot it is today.
Re-branded as Robina Pavilion and fit out to the nines with four new themed areas, Robina is set to become the suburban go-to spot on the Gold Coast for live music and events, open area cocktails, gourmet pizza and lakeside lounging.
THE GAMING PARLOUR
(Source: As described on their website: https://robinapavilion.com.au/gaming)
Robina Pavilion Gaming Parlour boasts the latest link and stand alone machines for the ultimate gaming experience. Choose between 40 of the latest machines including the Lightning Link, Jackpot Carnival, Dragon Link and KENO. Fully air-conditioned and with guaranteed gaming hours of 10am - 2am, 7 days a week, the Gaming Parlour also offers complimentary tea & coffee and routinely offer free food platters within the lounge area. Robina Pavilion practices the Responsible Service of Gaming.
The Gaming Parlour at Robina Pavilion in rich in golds, wood, deep patterned carpets, green walls gold mirrored ceiling features. This opulent space complete with coffee station and water feature flanks the Public House Live Sports Bar.
The gaming bases are custom designs and manufactured at Open Projects Group following which they are delivered to and installed on site according to the specifications set out by the gaming standards of Queensland.
(Source: As described on their website: https://robinapavilion.com.au/the-lakeside)
Behold, your new favourite spot for maximum relaxation and water front entertaining. Aptly named The Lakeside for being beside the lake, this precinct offers tiered levels of picnic style tables, day beds & cabanas as well as bar seating to create a beautiful waterfront casual entertainment destination. Yogi’s unite; a green strip gives those who like to bend and stretch a place to do so while enjoying the view … and maybe grab a cocktail to finish. With a private hire option available (including personal wait service), The Lakeside is perfectly suited to family events, birthdays and other private functions in need of a stunning setting.
(Source: As describe on their website: https://robinapavilion.com.au/the-brasserie)
There's something for everyone at The Brasserie. Light filled, welcoming and with greenery accents, diners can expect a range of delicious options from a brand new menu that includes traditional classics such as the Chicken Parmigiana, a wide variety of mouth-watering steaks and many other delightful dishes guaranteed to satisfy any craving. Sweet tooths will rejoice with a selection of decadent desserts and barista made coffee. For those seeking something a little spicer, the 360 degree bar serves a range of beer, wine, spirits, and eye-pleasing cocktails. Overlooking the sun-kissed Sunny's deck, and close to the Marco Polo Adventure Zone, The Brasserie invites diners to relax and explore the menu in a casual, family-friendly environment. The Brasserie is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Reservations welcome.
SUNNY'S BAR & KITCHEN
(Source: As described on their website: https://robinapavilion.com.au/sunnys)
Bathed in sunlight overlooking the lake, Sunny’s provides a laid-back, social atmosphere, designed for long lunches with friends, family or work colleagues. Find a lounge or take a seat, and bask in the surroundings while sipping your drink of choice. Select from our vast wine list, or ask the Sunny’s mixologist to create you a special cocktail. Sunny’s offers casual shared seating, where guests can sit back, relax and enjoy delicious wood fired pizzas, tapas and share plates. After sunset, Sunny’s transforms to a social zone, with a dedicated cocktail bar and beats from the hottest DJ’s. Seating areas can be reserved, and Sunny’s is available for group bookings.
PUBLIC HOUSE LIVE SPORTS BAR
(Source: As described on their website: https://robinapavilion.com.au/public-house )
The classic sports bar you all know and love, but with enhancements guaranteed to make any sporting fan cheer. State of the art TAB facilities, wall-to-wall televisions, ensure you don’t miss a second of the action at The Public House. Broadcasting all your favourite sporting codes, live and loud, punters can take advantage of the continuous live feed of all the latest news and results in sport. Watching sport is thirsty work, and punters are spoilt for choice with numerous craft beers - and old favourites - on tap. Back a winner with a good pub feed with a large bar menu available. Think Buffalo Chicken Wings, Nachos and the odds on favourite, the Steak Sandwich.
Robina Tavern reinvented as Robina Pavilion
Updated: Nov 4, 2019
Original Article by AMBER MACPHERSON, Gold Coast Bulletin
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THE SOUTHERN Gold Coast suburb of Robina is about to welcome its own trendy “pavilion” following an extensive $4 million renovation of a popular waterside pub.
The Robina Tavern will relaunch as the Robina Pavilion at the end of next month, with five new areas including a huge outdoor deck and a “Bali-styled beach club” space with daybeds and children’s lounge.
Robina Pavilion general manager Damien Stephen said the venue would be unrecognisable following the completion of the mammoth revamp undertaken by local Gold Coast, commercial hospitality shopfitting company, Open Projects Group.
“It’s a completely new venue in every area,” he said.
“We’ve got this lower beach house area with day beds, umbrellas, fire pits in winter all directly across the lake-water. It’s just lovely.
“We’ve taken a lot more advantage of the residual land we owned that was never improved upon.
“We have a deck with a retractable roof, and outdoor bar and pizza oven. Our grassy area has returned and there’s lovely murals throughout the hotel.”
Mr Stephen said the idea to upgrade the tavern was first floated five years ago but renovations didn’t begin until February. He said the name “pavilion” had been agreed upon long before the iconic Burleigh Heads restaurant opened.
“(Having the same name) doesn’t faze me in the slightest – people can come to my place as well,” Mr Stephen said. “The first thing we needed to do was change the name of the pub. With the scope of works we came up with, it ceased to become just a hotel or a tavern, it was so much more.
“It’s an entertainment precinct, and I’m a bit of a fan of the Coogee Pavilion in Sydney so we got some design inspiration from them.”
Mr Stephen promises regulars will feel just as welcome at the new-look local and prices for food and drinks will remain the same.
Robina Pavilion, on the corner of Ron Penhaligon Way and Cheltenham Drive will open at the end of this month, November 2019.
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