The New Laneway - Now open!
Grease Monkey has launched its second venue at the new Marketplace Gungahlin Laneway!
For the last couple of months, you may have noticed Marketplace undergoing renos where the entry/exit from Gungahlin Place is - with the end plan to create a new and improved Centre entry... but now you know what's actually in store for this space...
Marketplace has brought the Greasy's experience to Gungahlin!
Marketplace Gungahlin since day dot has been the foodie meeting place for Gungahlin locals, with a diverse mix of cuisines and dining outlets. As the entire Gungahlin region continues to expand the Marketplace will continue to keep up with the dining demands of our community and have now opened The Laneway.
The Laneway features the first satellite restaurant for Braddon’s Grease Monkey, who have opened their beloved burger and Detroit style pizza joint in The Laneway space! The Laneway is located in the prime position off Gungahlin Place and has the vantage point of two major transport hubs - Gungahlin bus interchange and the Light Rail stop.
Grease Monkey opened in Braddon in 2015 and has become a Canberra institution, pumping out almost one million burgers, independent craft beers, fried chicken and most recently, Detroit-style pizza.
The Greasy's Gungahlin team are looking forward to recreating the Braddon experience in Gungahlin where the new Laneway venue can seat up to 150 people. Gungahlin get ready when the government allows for a cosy beer garden, live sport on six big screen TVs, and entertainment every Friday and Saturday night in celebration of the weekend.
Gungahlinites no-longer have to travel to the city for a Greasy's burger, fried chicken and hot wings and Detroit-style pizza. The Gungahlin Grease Monkey team will also put on the same weekly food and drink specials and delivery for those who would rather eat at home! Plus, there will be a range of local and international wines, eight independent craft beer/cider taps, cocktails and milkshakes.
The Laneway space is complete with bright and edgy graffiti art commissioned by local artist Geoff Filmer from Graffik Paint, providing the perfect connection from the Marketplace to Gungahlin Place
To view more details including opening hours & the Greasy's menu click here.