Food & Drink

Port Melbourne’s Pop-Up Beach Club Is Returning With Bottomless Spritz On Sundays

By Rick Stephens
18th Oct 2021

A beach club with a large sign that read

All of a sudden, Melbourne is coming through with the reopenings we've been waiting for. And now, The Exchange Hotel is bringing back their crowd favourite Beach Club to the sandy shores of Port Melbourne. 

Beachgoers can expect a container bar with a full kitchen. The drinks list has been dialled for summer, with several spritz-y cocktails on tap, a grip of seltzers and your usual suspects such as big frosty pints and plenty of wine. 

The food offering is equally summery. Get your hands around the likes of lobster and prawn rolls, a wagyu sliders, then clear the palate with something sweet—hello ice cream sandwiches.

You can’t go wrong with whichever day you visit. $2 oysters on Tuesdays between 4pm and 5pm, a happy hour from Monday to Wednesday 4pm – 6pm with selected drinks at a modest $6, and a hefty bottomless brunch on Sundays from 10am to midday—coming in at $60pp, it entails free-flowing beers, cider, Aperol Spritz and Prosecco plus an item from the menu. The choice is yours but going in on the lobster roll here is surely the right way to go.

You’re free to take your chances on a walk-in, but you’d be silly not to book ahead if you’re hoping to nab one of the deck chairs, beachside cabanas, day beds, picnic tables or lounge. The Exchange Beach Club is also pooch-friendly, so don’t forget Fido. 

The Exchange Beach Clubs opens on Saturday 6 November.

While you’re at it, check out more upcoming openings in Melbourne here.

Image credit: supplied

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