Dining fine this festive season

IT’S that time of year again – which means the frantic search has begun for the perfect venue to host those iconic Christmas parties.

And Beaches Restaurant & Bar, located just a stone’s throw away from Seven Mile Beach, has got you covered.

Running for 35 years, Beaches offers a wide range of services including functions and events, bistro and bar, and accommodation.

Featuring function seating for up to 100 people, not to mention the unlimited parking, the restaurant and bar boasts a wide selection of local produce and fine Tassie wines.

But Jerry Cump, general manager at Ramada Resort by Wyndham Seven Mile Beach, said it was Beaches’ unique location that gave that special twist to a regular Christmas party.

“Why not try somewhere different for your Christmas party this year and make some fun and lasting memories?” he said.

“Our visitors always say that they love our superb local food, which is lovingly prepared and delivered by our friendly staff – all at reasonable prices.

“And, of course, we also have lots of play space for the kids, so all are welcome.”

Beaches is offering tailored packages to suit any requirement or budget, ranging from finger food and grazing platters to plated menus and full buffets.

These packages start from $27.50 per person, with beverage packages available per person per hour.

“So, book now to experience your best Christmas function ever,” Mr Cump said.

Beaches Restaurant & Bar is located at 78 Surf Road, Seven Mile Beach.

For more information or to book a function, phone (03) 6248 6222 and ask for Mel Garlick or Chloe Moore.

Bookings require a minimum of 48 hours’ notice and are subject to availability.

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