The Greek Club at South Brisbane Reopens Doors After a $3-M Renovation

One of Brisbane’s most popular events venue, The Greek Club, reopens its doors after its biggest renovation in more than 40 years.

The Greek Club first opened in 1975 at its South Brisbane location and has been a great venue for various events ever since. Now, after its three-million-dollar upgrades, the iconic events place promises to bring a luxurious experience to its guests.

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Upgrades in the newly refurbished events place include a boardroom, Acropolis and Olympus function rooms, restaurant, bar, and terrace on the ground floor. Upstairs, the venue includes an extensive grand ballroom and a grand balcony that offers an excellent view of the Musgrave Park and the city skyline.

Currently, the Greek Club has 11 versatile event spaces and an expanded 100-seat function room.

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With 40 years of experience in events and hospitality, the establishment is highly regarded when it comes to serving authentic Greek cuisine. Their new modern Australian functions menu, designed by Executive Chef Jean-Louis Beaulieu, offers a selection of mouth-watering creations catering to an array of dietary options.

An expanded Greek menu is coming up as their Nostimo Restaurant is opens by the end of May 2018. The restaurant will be led by the new Chef In Residence David Tsirekas, current Group Executive Chef for 1821, a Universal Hotels flagship Greek restaurant in Sydney.

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