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Licence boosts venue’s options

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HarbourView Restaurant proprietors David Chandler and Kerry Muir-Chandler have been granted a small bar licence.
Camera IconHarbourView Restaurant proprietors David Chandler and Kerry Muir-Chandler have been granted a small bar licence. Credit: Geoff Vivian

HarbourView restaurant now has a small bar licence.

Licensee Kerry Muir-Chandler said this would enable the restaurant to more successfully host larger functions such as weddings, meetings, cocktail parties and corporate events. “The restaurant licence was restrictive in the area of providing drinks to customers and their movement around the licensed area,” she said.

“This small bar licence will enable HarbourView to hold more of these functions than the 12 per year which the extensions to the restaurant licence would allow.”

Mrs Muir-Chandler said the new licence allowed up to 120 customers.

“We are now able to confidently host groups and functions seeking the combined benefits of our harbour and ocean view, high-quality service and cuisine, piano music, with a refreshing drink,” she said.

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HarbourView is on the top floor of 87 Marine Terrace.

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