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New Restaurant To Open At Skycity Queenstown

New Restaurant To Open At Skycity Queenstown

SKYCITY Entertainment Group (SKYCITY) has announced that a new food and beverage operation will soon be opening at the SKYCITY Queenstown Casino complex.

'Memories of Hong Kong', an existing Chinese restaurant in Queenstown, will be relocated to level one of Stratton House in the space formerly occupied by Hard Rock Café. The fit-out for Memories of Hong Kong will commence this month with the restaurant opening for business in October.

SKYCITY's General Manager Leisure Investments, Kevin Brewer, said, "SKYCITY is delighted to secure Memories of Hong Kong as a tenant. We see this restaurant as adding greatly to the product mix on offer at SKYCITY Queenstown Casino. We are confident our customers will be pleased with the offer of an additional dining option, that complements our very successful Wild Thyme restaurant and bar and further delivers on our commitment to providing a range of entertainment offerings."

Morrisons Bar, the popular Irish-themed pub also situated on level one, will continue to operate under its present brand and bar style with SKYCITY now overseeing the lease and management.

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