As part of Co.As.It.’s regular social outing program, in September, over 60 clients from both Brisbane north and Brisbane south enjoyed a stunning viewing of Brisbane from the Kangaroo Point Cliffs before driving out to the Greenbank RSL Club for a delicious lunch.
The day dawned clear and bright and a wave of enthusiasm embraced the groups as they boarded their transport to go to Bar Spritz for morning tea. This café is located in a pivotal position on the Brisbane River and is highly elevated to afford patrons outstanding views of the city skyline. On arrival, the clients were met with genuine delight by owner Sam and his vigorous grandfather Salvatore who at 93 yrs old continues to be an active member of the business.
The group was treated like royalty with a delicious morning tea of jumbo-sized cannoli, nutella doughnuts and a lovely array of other delicious Italian sweets. The ‘best coffee in town’ was served by young Italian speaking staff who charmed the group while providing great service.
The resident large Australian lizard who is a regular guest at many tables soon ambled along for his cut of crumbs and left overs fascinating many patrons who took photos of the special attendee.
Two energetic ladies dared to walk down and back up the 107 steps to the river and proudly returned to crow about their extensive climb.
Following the skyline experience, the group feasted on a generous seafood lunch at Greenbank RSL – the Grange Buffet has a reputation for providing an exceptional dining experience.
With laughter and food, the guests revelled in each other’s company and some were lucky to walk away with some extra pocket money after winning on the pokies.