Latitude gets 1920’s Attitude
Latitude 32 is inviting the community to celebrate the New Year 1920’s style. The event will kick off at 8pm and run until late, offering party goers 4 hours of drinks and food to indulge in, as well as live entertainment.
Latitude 32’s General Manager, Louise Mitchell said the restaurant opened in March this year with Proprietor Marc Kenly at the helm.
‘With much experience within steak houses in Canada and his successful fish market in Rockingham, his knowledge and expertise in the field has translated into Latitude 32 as a steak and seafood restaurant.’
Marc said Louise, Head Chef Robert Boorman and Front of House Manager Natalie Quinn would look after the restaurant guests. All the staff follow a mission statement and have good knowledge of the menu to ensure visitors enjoy their dining experience.
‘Our Team are outgoing, Knowledgeable and friendly, with a genuine desire to please.’
The Restaurant has an inviting culture and staff always welcome patrons with a smile.
‘Quality, Comfort and Value are three key ingredients that make Latitude 32 like no other.’
The menu features tender, juicy steaks, slow roasted prime rib, fresh seafood, crisp salads, mouth-watering deserts and an outstanding wine list. When it comes to steak, marc said that Latitude 32 serves only the finest cuts. On top of lunch and dinner service, the restaurant can cater for group functions, birthdays, weddings, work groups and alfresco dining.
Tickets to the NYE event are $220, which includes a 4-hour premium food and drinks package and live entertainment.