Friday, September 13, 2019

Bucket Scene: Tigers Milk - Suncoast

Life and Brand Portfolio are thrilled to be welcoming the first Tiger's Milk to Durban (and KZN) this September right on the beachfront at the newly revamped Suncoast Casino, Hotel and Entertainment World. 

The new, sunny Durban location has some exciting events and plans in the pipeline. Patrons can expect live DJ's from Friday to Sunday to carry them into the weekend with the best tunes. Perfectly paired with the 2 for 1 happy hour special on house beers, wine and selected cocktails between 4pm and 7pm. For those looking to get out earlier in the week, on Mondays you can't beat the 2 for 1 burger deal - so pop in for lunch, dinner or sometime in between to take advantage. Every Tuesday get Mexican as you dig into 2 for 1 tacos - a choice between fish, pulled pork, pulled beef or chicken.

"We're so excited to be introducing Tiger's Milk, a brand entrenched in Cape Town and Johannesburg's restaurant bar scene to Durban. Something completely unique for the area, we are positive that the community will love what the young, nostalgic and energetic brand has to offer Durban" says Group Marketing Manager, Tahlia Bester. 

To celebrate the opening of the store, in true Tiger's Milk fashion, they plan to dance on the tables with MiCasa live on the 12th of October so save the date and be prepared to show your best moves. Don't worry, entry is free, so there is no excuse not to catch the wave straight to the front door. For more killer specials and to check out more of the big events, head to Tiger's Milk Facebook page (@TMSuncoast) where they will share all the juicy deets. 

"We are thrilled to welcome Tiger's Milk to Suncoast and extremely proud of the fact that it is the first in KZN," says Louise Howell, Suncoast Marketing Manager. "Since the recent development, Suncoast has attracted top-class restaurants to the city, further cementing Durban as a destination and giving more reason for Durbanites to consider Suncoast as their first choice for Entertainment." added Howell. 

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