A place that graces prime position on everyone's travel bucket list is Italy. Most notably the serene turquoise blue waters that contrast with the tangerine sundrenched umbrellas that dot the sandy beaches and cliffs that hug the Mediterain style architecture that surrounds the crystal water, that is... the Amalfi Coast.
The next instalment from Tim Johnson hospitality repertoire (that has awarded him Business News Australia’s Young Entrepreneur Hospitality & Tourism QLD 2019) is “Tetto” bringing a taste of the sweet life to Brisbane's Northside opening this December, just in time for the summer holidays!
Tim was inspired by his travels to the land of love and sort to recreate the affair by bringing to life “a place for amore, for friends, for an afternoon aperitif and a place to make memories” right here in sunny Brisbane.
“I’ve had some incredible times on holidays exploring the southern coastal towns of Italy and I’ve fallen in love with their laid back lifestyle, mind-blowing food, incredible scenery, super friendly people and just the feeling in the air of relaxation and good vibes” says founder Tim Johnson.
Tetto Rooftop Bar delivers you the vibes of the coastal Italian town at the rooftop bar, located at Brisbane’s newest retail and dining precinct, Everton Plaza. Tetto Rooftop Bar will feature over 300sqm2 of beautiful open air space, featuring a bar, private booths and a rustic Italian theme throughout. Can’t get to Italy this summer? Well, Italy is coming to us! Benvenuta, Tetto!
Tetto Rooftop Bar opens on Friday December 6 at Everton Plaza.
About the author
In 1999 I attended Livid Festival as a tiny teen, my love of music, festivals, arts and culture grew from that momentous moment. As much as I enjoy a gig, I dig getting out of town and escaping into nature exploring secret beaches and waterfalls. I decided at some point that I better get onto that Uni degree, hey? I lived in Freo for several years then came back to my hometown to attend QUT to get that BA in Media & Communications. Can catch me procrasta-cleaning, finding the perfectly ripe avo at the markets or laughing enthusiastically at the slightest of amusement.