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YOT Deck to Revitalize Fisherman's Wharf Tavern in Main Beach

YOT Deck to Revitalise Fisherman's Wharf Tavern in Main Beach

YOT Deck is a new pop-up venue in Main Beach offering sit-down dining, entertainment, and cocktails. Experience the best of Main Beach at this stylish and laid-back spot, perfect for a summer evening out.

YOT Club, the beloved luxury super yacht entertainment destination on the coast, has joined forces with Main Beach Superyacht Marina to introduce a new pop-up venue named YOT Deck. This exciting venture is set to launch in August, just in time for a summer filled with entertainment. 

YOT Deck will be situated at the location of the recently closed Fisherman’s Wharf Tavern in Mainbeach, revitalizing this iconic waterfront spot. The venue will offer a delightful combination of sit-down dining, entertainment, and cocktails, all within a stylish and laid-back setting, no neon signs here. It will also provide ample space for private events and Christmas parties. Operating seven days a week from August throughout the summer, YOT Deck will serve lunch and dinner. 

The primary goal of YOT Deck is to offer an unforgettable experience for those seeking a remarkable time in an iconic waterfront location. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, indulging in a leisurely lunch, or enjoying a drink before embarking on your YOT Club cruise, YOT Deck promises to deliver. 

To stay updated with the latest news and announcements, make sure to follow @yotdeck on social media or visit the official website at www.yotclub.com.au.

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YOT Deck to Revitalize Fisherman's Wharf Tavern in Main Beach

YOT Deck to Revitalise Fisherman's Wharf Tavern in Main Beach

YOT Deck is a new pop-up venue in Main Beach offering sit-down dining, entertainment, and cocktails. Experience the best of Main Beach at this stylish and laid-back spot, perfect for a summer evening out.

YOT Club, the beloved luxury super yacht entertainment destination on the coast, has joined forces with Main Beach Superyacht Marina to introduce a new pop-up venue named YOT Deck. This exciting venture is set to launch in August, just in time for a summer filled with entertainment. 

YOT Deck will be situated at the location of the recently closed Fisherman’s Wharf Tavern in Mainbeach, revitalizing this iconic waterfront spot. The venue will offer a delightful combination of sit-down dining, entertainment, and cocktails, all within a stylish and laid-back setting, no neon signs here. It will also provide ample space for private events and Christmas parties. Operating seven days a week from August throughout the summer, YOT Deck will serve lunch and dinner. 

The primary goal of YOT Deck is to offer an unforgettable experience for those seeking a remarkable time in an iconic waterfront location. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, indulging in a leisurely lunch, or enjoying a drink before embarking on your YOT Club cruise, YOT Deck promises to deliver. 

To stay updated with the latest news and announcements, make sure to follow @yotdeck on social media or visit the official website at www.yotclub.com.au.

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Gold Coast Magazine

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