Bindi Irwin Announces Opening of New Restaurant and Bar Named After Daughter Grace Warrior
Bindi Irwin is getting into the food game!
TheCrocodile Hunter'sdaughter, 23 — who welcomed a daughter of her own in March 2021 — is sharing more details on Instagram about her family's new restaurant named after her 15-month-old toddler, Grace Warrior.
"Warrior Restaurant & Bar opens tomorrow night @crocodilehunterlodge," Irwin wrote on Instagram. "We look forward to welcoming you for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can even book your own private dining room. Remember to be on the lookout for koalas, kangaroos and emus during your meal."
The restaurant is set to debut at the Irwin family's luxe new Crocodile Hunter Lodge, located at the Australia Zoo. The family shared details about the property with PEOPLE on June 24.
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"Warrior is the perfect name for the lodge's restaurant," Bindi told PEOPLE. "Dad coined the phrase 'Wildlife Warrior,' and it's also our beautiful daughter's middle name. It's a wonderful way of paying tribute to two of the people I love the most."
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Warrior Restaurant & Bar features a seasonal menu that spans breakfast to bar snacks. Beef tartare, beetroot-cured kingfish and a rivermint-crusted Tasmanian lamb loin are a few of the lunch and dinner options, according to the restaurant's website.
Diners can eat outside, but that's just one way they can connect with nature at the property, say the Irwins.
"Each guest receives entry to Australia Zoo as a part of their stay, as well as breakfast from Warrior Restaurant," Bindi's brother Robert, 18, told PEOPLE.
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The new lodge also boasts a unique infinity pool that overlooks the animal habitat.
Bindi, husband Chandler Powell, and Grace Warrior live at the zoo along with Robert and mother Terri, and all are living the legacy of patriarch Steve Irwin–along with his vision.
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"Steve had a business plan mapped out for Australia Zoo, which included accommodation where guests could experience our beautiful wildlife," Terri, 57, told PEOPLE.
"During the construction of the Lodge, we used a lot of recycled materials, including timber from Australia Zoo's Crocodile Environmental Park that Steve built. The Environmental Park is where Steve and I first met in 1991!" Terri shared.