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Say Hello Harry at Strathpine

Posted: 3pm 25 Jun 2021

Hello Harry The Burger Joint is the first of four new dining and entertainment tenancies to open at Strathpine Centre’s casual dining precinct this week.

The outlet opened on June 24.

The precinct features a pop-up outdoor activation with family garden games, with the comfort of outdoor heating.

First opening on the Sunshine Coast in 2014, Hello Harry has expanded to 12 stores across Australia.

Despite this rapid growth, the goal has remained consistent - provide locals with a relaxed, no fuss environment serving high quality, house-made burgers complimented by icy cold beers.

Due to open alongside Hello Harry in late 2021 are dining operators Rashays and Burrito Bar.

Rashays is a family owned and operated Australian business. First launching in Liverpool (NSW) in 1988, it now has 30 locations around Australia, including three in Queensland.

Customers can expect an extensive Modern Australian menu that includes pizza, burgers, steaks, ribs, seafood, desserts and alcoholic, non-alcoholic and hot beverages.

Burrito Bar is a modern Mexican family restaurant established in 2011 in Brisbane. It has been inspired by the streets of San Francisco, famous for amazing blends of traditional Mexican street food.

Burrito Bar’s menu ranges from quick, tasty takeaway all the way up to generous share proportions to dine in and enjoy with a group of friends.

Opening in early 2022, on Level 1, will be Birdies Mini Golf – the first to open in Queensland.

Birdies combines the classic mini golf atmosphere with the entertainment of an American-style restaurant and social club.

It will also have a comprehensive bar offering with 12 craft beers, 170 spirits and 50 Australian wines, offering share plates as well as a bistro menu at affordable prices.

School holiday fun

These school holidays, Strathpine Centre is hosting two Ice Age-themed activations.

The Ice Age Play Zone will begin on Tuesday, June 29 and run until Saturday, July 3 from 11am-2pm daily at Centre Court. Children can choose between activities including the acorn challenge, building their own acorn craft box and enjoy a meet and greet with Scrat

Week 2 will feature an Ice Age Live Show at BCC Cinemas Strathpine, where children can join Sid and Diego on their adventure to hunt for the Honeycomb Caves. Bookings are essential and places limited. Sign up to the Little Adventurers Club via the Strathpine Centre website to be the first to know when tickets go on sale.

Stay tuned for exciting opening offers from Hello Harry via the Strathpine Centre Facebook page or website

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