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Dine Until 1am At TJ’s

Late night dining just got better in the jetset town, as TJ’s introduces dining options after 10pm. Nadi at night offers limited options for a bite. “We are trying to
26 Jul 2022 16:41
Dine Until 1am At TJ’s
Some of the TJ’s staff will open its second nightclub in Nadi, following the recent launch of Club Zion at Martintar, Nadi. Pictured are some workers of TJ’s, Jimmy Chang, Jash Kumar and Pate Tuidraki

Late night dining just got better in the jetset town, as TJ’s introduces dining options after 10pm.

Nadi at night offers limited options for a bite.

“We are trying to do a bit of a late night, chaser and pizza menu, and takeaways,” co-duty manager Valerie Subam said.

Late dinning will be served as late as 1am, daily.

Thomas Johansen, the enterpreneur behind the initiative, has expanded his business to open the first of two nightclubs.

 

Club Zion

Club Zion opened in the last three weeks, while a Bollywood club is expected to open soon, at the three- storey building at Martintar.

The different business entities operate under the TJ’s banner.

Mr Johansen is the successful owner of Cafe 30, a popular restaurant at McGregor Road, Suva, that relocated last year.

The serial entrepreneur has reinvigorated Nadi’s night life.

 

Changes

In 2021, he took over Bounty’s Restaurant and 8Knots nightclub, to replace it with TJ’s Restaurant and Bar.

“This place predominantly supposed to attract is an up- market sort of restaurant on the Martintar strip,” Ms Subam said.

“We made a few changes since the first opening in January, ” she said.

“We split the restaurant in half to make more of a dining area, which also services as a cafe during the day.”

Ms Subam said the idea behind the concept was to make it a stopover for tourists on the way to and from the airport.

“Dine downstairs, before you move up to the nightclub,” she said.

“What it brings to Martintar in Nadi is a place where people can go for good food.”

“Cold beers, fully stocked bar, and just entertainment every night of the week,” she said.

“There’s always something to do in Nadi, which is what we’re trying to offer.”

 

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