41 King Street, Warwick, Queensland
It was like digging for coal and finding gold completely by chance. It’s not quite a restaurant or a café, or a club, nor an art gallery; it’s more like a dinner club or a jazz club, or all of these things rolled into one. And as far as I know, Joie de Vivredoesn'tadvertise, it’s all word of mouth, and that’s how I first heard about it, from one of my Warwickcontacts who told me that the hottest local buzz was that this is somewhere really sp... read more »
100 Victoria Street, Melbourne.
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I’ve got to tell you that I had my doubts about a theatre restaurant with a horror theme but I got the surprise of my life. This was a really excellent night out. The entertainment was an amazing mix of musical comedy, cabaret, burlesque, rock and roll, rhythm and blues and music hall all rolled into a non stop hand clapping toe tapping sing along good time.
3 million customers and counting.
The theatre is run like a well oiled machine... read more »
One of the most exciting rising stars of the culinary scene in Queensland this year is 24 year old Grant Calvert. The young Executive Chef of McNevin’s Gunyah Restaurant in Warwick is fast making a name for himself for his delicious interpretation of contemporary Australian dishes and dedication to local Darling Downs produce.Inspired to cook as a child by his adored Nan, Grant has always enjoyed cooking and baking for his family and friends at home and at school. Fate took one of those unexpected twists... read more »
07-4661 firstname.lastname@example.orgWe had heard rumours about how good the food was at the Gunyah restaurant at the McNevin’s motel in Warwick and decided now was the time (no kids for the evening) to investigate. As soon as we walked in the door we felt the warmth of the fire place and the atmosphere provided by the live music playing in the back ground. Our hostess led us to the bar and lounge area where we were made comfortable and given food and wine menus to browse as we ordered d... read more »