2016 is over (fiiiiinallllly) and we’re all about the whole New Year, new me thing but we think it’s only fair to celebrate summer the way we best know how—with cocktails.
Lucky for us, Aperol is popping up all over the city just in time for everyone’s favourite summer event (aka the tennis), so if you can’t quite make it to Melbourne to watch the Australian Open (and kick back at Club Aperol), you can still salute the sun in style.
Darling & Co
Darling & Co are hosting Carafe-ternoons every Saturday until mid February, so from 3pm each week you can sit back, relax and watch the tennis (in air conditioning) with a jug full of Aperol. Boasting a whole lotta trendy hanging plants and sleek yet chilled vibes, you’re going to want to seat yourself here for the entire summer. Trust us. Get all the deets here.
Dalgety Public House
Every Sunday for the duration of January, Aperol is popping up at Dalgety Public House for Spritz Sessions. Escape the heat and cool down with a refreshing ice cold cocktail, then enjoy the fancy Charcuterie Board (for only $20!) and act like you’re in Italy. Get all the deets here.
Soleil Pool Bar
Your next Sunday session is sorted thanks to Soleil Pool Bar. Aperol will be taking over with their legendary Spritz Sessions, so grab your squad and frock up, then sit back by the pool and enjoy chilled sounds on the rooftop every week from 1pm. Get all the deets here.
The Regatta is where you should be seating yourself for the entire summer. Every weekend until the end of February, Sunset Sessions is popping up at this heaving watering-hole, serving Aperol Spritz with whole lot of sick beats in the courtyard. Get the deets here.
The Plough Inn
With an ever-changing menu, there’s something for everyone at The Plough Inn. Serving Aperol Spritz in true Italian style until the end of February, put it at the top of your endless summer bucket list. Get the deets here.
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