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Restaurant ready for off-season

Julie-Anne Lean and Russell Billson at Coolangatta Coffee Club.
Julie-Anne Lean and Russell Billson at Coolangatta Coffee Club. John Gass

AS the weather cools down and Coolangatta returns to the sleepy seaside town locals love, The Coffee Club Coolangatta has decided to give something back to its loyal customers.

This week the popular restaurant launched a new $12.90 pasta menu for Friday and Saturday nights and a half-price menu for Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

That's half your week covered already.

The portion sizes are huge and there's a heap of different options meaning you can come back time and time again.

Owner Julie-Anne Lean said the new menus were all about rewarding local residents.

"We're coming into the off-season so it's time for us to start rewarding our loyal customers," Ms Lean said.

"Our existing menu doesn't have a huge pasta offering so we decided to ramp it up with a special pasta menu.

"This offers a bit of variety from the existing menu and having the option to add your chicken or prawns means there is plenty of options for vegetarians too."

The new menu is already hot on the lips of locals with a booming Saturday night trade last weekend just one day after the menu launch.

The pasta menu starts from $12.90 on Friday and Saturday nights from 5.30pm - 7.30pm and the half-price menu is available Tuesday and Wednesday nights also from 5.30pm - 7.30pm.

Check with the wait staff for details as some conditions do apply.

Topics:  business, coolangatta, restaurant



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