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Watermark draws the working crowd

03 Jun 2010

Alison Kinkade

If you work in Docklands and haven’t been to Watermark at some stage then you must be part of a rare minority.

Watermark, in Victoria Harbour, has been drawing in the workers every POETS (Piss Off Early, Tomorrow’s Saturday) Day for many years and has now introduced new specials for all weekdays.

Offering $5 glasses of wine, basic spirits and the beer of the month on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 5pm, Watermark will help you get through the start of the week with ease.

Drawing in the ladies on a Thursday night from 5pm-7pm, which in turn draws in the men, the north-facing venue offers complementary sparkling for the girls.

On a Friday night, from 5pm-7pm, you can end the working week and start your weekend with two for one Coronas, basic spirits and sparkling
– while listening to a great live acoustic performance.

With new head chef, Tim Crane, Watermark has also introduced a new menu which will delight your taste buds should you get hungry or tempted.

Events Manager, Socheatar Sara said Mr Crane, the former sous chef at Campari House, had been at Watermark for the past month and had already made positive changes to the food.

Watermark also offers a free membership that entitles members to attend a monthly VIP member party, $5 schooners of Boags and glasses of wine, special offers for function bookings and a complementary main meal and $20 bar tab on your birthday. The membership also allows members to accrue points to the value of 10 per cent of anything you spend, which can be redeemed on purchases.

So whether you are a worker, resident or visitor, check out Watermark for its amazing view, great specials and tantalising food.

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  • Bob at 2:59pm on 03/06/10

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