The Komo officially reopens to the public

Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Lewis Land Group’s latest The Komo, previously the Mon Komo Hotel, officially opened its doors to the public on Tuesday 20th April after five months of renovations.

The Komo closed in November last year to undergo a $3 million, five-month renovation to ensure the hotel was able to better cater to the needs of the local community.

The new offering features numerous bars, dining options and conference and wedding facilities, all capitalising on sweeping views of Moreton Bay. A charcoal rotisserie, the only one of its kind in the region, is at the heart of the updated food concept.

Chris Allison, Queensland Regional Manager at Lewis Land Group says the company is thrilled to be reopening the Komo to its beloved Redcliffe community and is sure the facelift will attract interest from the whole of Brisbane and beyond.

“Lewis Land Group purchased the pub in September last year and we’ve been looking forward to giving this well-known venue the revival it deserves,” said Mr Allison.

“After the tumultuous year Queensland has experienced amidst a global pandemic, we’re excited to be officially reopening our doors for the local community to enjoy.

“We’re of course also hoping the refurbished Komo attracts domestic tourists as our views of Moreton Bay and islands are unmatched. Or the most succulent charcoal roasted chicken is sure to get people jumping in their cars!”

Lewis Land Group also recently hired over one hundred new employees to cater to the demands the venue will undoubtedly face.

“We’re delighted to say that we have successfully employed over one hundred new staff members at The Komo, creating additional jobs for locals and driving more economic growth on reopening,” said Mr Allison.

“We’ve also been able to source additional team members from our sister pub The Belvedere just down the road. Several staff have transferred to The Komo in key roles in management, kitchen and food and beverage supervisors.”


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