Lakes Coast Visitor Guide

LAKES COAST VISITOR GUIDE I PAGE 45 PORT ALBERT YARRAM CENTRAL GIPPSLAND LOCH SPORT SALE MAFFRA STRATFORD BAIRNSDALE Jack Ryan’s Irish Bar GOOD FOOD, GOOD VALUE, GOOD TIMES • $14 Lunch Menu from 11:30am-4pm daily* • $18 Parma & Pot every Tuesday Night* • $37 Ragin’ Cajun 500g Rib Eye & Pot every Wednesday Night* • FREE Karaoke Thursday nights & Live Music every Friday & Saturday night 154 Raymond Street, Sale Ph: 5144 4008 Open 7 days 11am unitl late * Not available on public holidays Gippsland’s cultural hear t Sale is considered by many to be the cultural heart of Gippsland, its historic Port of Sale incorporating a regional art gallery, public library, visitor information centre, café and cultural facilities, such as The Wedge performing arts centre. Why not enjoy a night on the town with dinner at a local restaurant followed by a show? JACK RYAN’S IRISH BAR A great night’s entertainment can be had at Jack Ryan’s Irish Bar. This Irish themed bar and bistro, situated in the heart of town on Raymond Street, offers all day meals with classics on the menu like steak sandwiches, fish and chips, and shepherd’s pie, and a touch of the Irish with dishes like an Irish burger. On Thursday nights take the opportunity to work your vocal cords and take part in the shenanigans no matter your talent with karaoke. Then on Friday and Saturday nights sit back and relax or get up and hit the dance floor as local and visiting bands provide live entertainment. Open mic nights also dot the calendar at Jack Ryan’s. Visit their Facebook page for details of upcoming events and special nights. CENTRE BAKERY Are you looking to treat yourself to great coffee and cake? Then make a beeline for Sale’s Centre Bakery. Open seven days a week, Centre Bakery serves breakfast, lunch and coffee from early morning with hand crafted traditional breads baked daily. Cakes are also baked fresh daily and can be decorated for any occasion. Grab one of their take-home pies and your dinner is set. Centre Bakery is a locally owned and operated business and welcomes you to drop in for breakfast, an organic fair trade tea or coffee and one of their delicious cakes. The Port of Sale is situated at the northern end of the man-made Sale Canal, cut in 1886-88 to link the town to the Thomson River.