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Dominic’s Restaurant reopens

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The end of this year is the 20th anniversary of the opening of Dominic’s restaurant. Dominic Arena closed The Italian restaurant a couple of years ago and moved next door to The Terrace Café, but says that ‘So many people have given me a hard time over the last two years, asking when I’m going to reopen the restaurant’.

Just to celebrate the special 20th-birthday milestone, on Friday and Saturday nights at 5–9pm Dom will be rolling out a selection of the old favourites from the past restaurant with a couple of new treats.

‘We’re just keeping it simple,’ said Dominic. ‘I like it simple. Running a restaurant is hard work. At first, after we closed Dominic’s, I was really pleased to get a break from the long hours, but after a bit I started to miss it.’

The late-night openings will be going on until the end of February 2018, letting everyone who used to visit Brunswick Heads, and the locals, relive the memories of their past times at the restaurant.

More info: Cnr Fingal Street and The Terrace, Brunswick Heads. Ph 6685 0400.


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