The Sporting Globe and 4 Pines will partner again to include a microbrewery in the new Surfers Paradise location.
The new Sporting Globe location will be its second Gold Coast location, with capacity for up to 900 patrons and the Gold Coast’s largest island bar.
James Sinclair, The Sporting Globe’s Founder and CEO explained that the $6.5 million project is part of Signature Hospitality Group’s broader plans to revitalise Surfers Paradise.
“Iconic Surfers Paradise was a natural next step and something the team and I have been working towards for a long time,” Sinclair said.
“The unique experience and vibe we create will be a major win for continued efforts to revitalise the precinct and re-establish Surfers as the original and true heartbeat of the Gold Coast.”
The Sporting Globe is also partnering with 4 Pines to include a microbrewery in the Surfer’s Paradise venue. The venue will boast 80 taps and Queensland-inspired limited release 4 Pines brews. The collaboration has already proven successful at Sydney’s King Street Wharf venue.
“The first Brewpub with The Sporting Globe group in Sydney has delivered a destination venue that people can’t get enough of,” said Todd Atkinson, 4 Pines CEO.
“We can’t wait to create the same high energy when we open the doors to this iconic location.”
“4 Pines have an impeccable reputation for creating legendary beer and we look forward to another long and successful partnership based on big dreams and a shared vision for the venue,” Sinclair added.
Signature Hospitality Group has committed $40 million to its Paradise Centre revitalisation project. The new Sporting Globe location represents an expansion into the Cavill Street corner. Head of Retail Adam McKean indicated that the project has been very successful so far.
“This strongly positions Paradise Centre as the Gold Coast’s number one destination for dining, retail and entertainment,” McKean concluded.