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T/W/T. 11.30-2.30 Reopen 5.30 till late
F. 11.30-2.30 Reopen at 4.30 till late
S. 5.30 - till late
Healthy Stonegrill cooking where meals are served on supe
heated volcanic stones
Live Jazz music every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nigh
Mouth watering a-la-carte meals and "to die for" desserts
Best cocktails, wine and beers at the elegant bar
Perfect for functions and parties either dining or cocktail sty
Data #3 Centre, 80 Jephson St, Toowong
P 3870 1111
5/231 Brisbane Street, Ipswich 3282 8788
(Top of Town opp Big Whites)
Open for Lunch Mon-Fri 11-2pm Dinner 7 nights 5-9pm
Buy 1 Meal
Get 1 Meal FREE
See local artwork by Rachel Brown
Sat 13th Feb 2pm-4pm
But the question arises as to how
to celebrate this wonderful day in a
First and foremost to be kept in
mind is to create the love ambience
around you and your beloved.
Your Valentine Day gift to your
beloved need not be expensive but
it should be straight from the heart.
Use your own romantic and
thoughtful ideas for creating a
unique Valentine's Day celebration.
Try some of the following tips or
ideas to make your Valentine's Day
• A simple 'I Love You' with a kiss
can set an awesome mood for a
• Decorate the house with hearts,
bows and ribbons.
Valentine's Day is one of the most romantic days
of the year, and we want to celebrate this special
• Make arrangements for surprise
• Cook a dinner for two and decorate
the room with heart-shaped candles.
• Write a romantic note asking him/her
to be your valentine.
• Send sweet love quotes to your
• Make your own Valentine's Day card
which expresses your feelings.
• Create a scrapbook 'recollection
collection' and ll it with love letters,
photographs, cherished mementos.
• Make a CD of his/her favorite songs.
• Pamper your sweetheart by gifting
her a spa session.
• Pot a plant that will grow and bloom
as a lasting gift.
• Dance with your valentine on Martina
Viva Italia restaurant located in the
Old Flour Mill at the Top of Town is a
favourite place for Ipswich people who
want good food at reasonable prices.
The owners are brother and sister, Rob
and Christine Berger, who were regular
patrons and decided to buy the place
when the opportunity arose.
"We dined here often and saw the
potential, with Ipswich going forward
and people wanting variety on the
menu and value for money," Rob said.
Rob's favourite is a pasta, Chicken
Bosciola, tender chicken strips mixed
with bacon, onion and chilli in a creamy
napolentana sauce, and at $17.90 it's
Of course Italian also means pizzas,
and Rob stakes his chef 's reputation on
delicious pizzas ranging from Diavolo
to BBW Meat Lovers to the closed pizza
Garlic Prawn Calzone -- and at $12.90
(small), $14.90 (large) and $17.90
(family) it won't break the budget.
There's also 10 per cent discount on
On the menu there's something for
everyone, with veal dishes, rib llet
steaks, surf-and-turf, tempura sh,
chicken parmigiana, and more.
Rob says the variety of Italian
and traditional selections has
many customers coming back
time and again.
"Service, hospitality, great
food and value for money is
what we promise at Viva Italia,"
Lunch specials include $9.90
Schnitzel and Chips Monday
and Tuesday, Wednesday buy
one get one free, and weekly
For functions, Viva Italia
o ers its function room with up to 70-
seat capacity, with free room hire.
Viva Italia is open for lunch 11am to
2pm Mon to Fri and dinner 5pm to
9pm Mon to Sun. The restaurant is fully
licenced and BYO (wine only).
Italian feast at Viva Italia
Rob and Christine Berger with Chef Chris.
Nicola of Moore Productions prides
herself in being able to capture the
spark between two people.
For a limited time she is o ering a
discounted couples photo shoot with
a complimentary 8x10 print.
Nicola is a location specialist, so you
can have your photos at that special
spot. So you can treasure that special
If you have something special lined
up for this Valentine's Day why not
buy a gift voucher and capture that
spark at a time that suits you.
Contact Nicola on 0431 307 661or
for ne photography
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