Morgan’s Beach Shack
There’s a bit going on down on the Mornington Peninsula at the moment. Sorrento’s landmark hotel The Conti is getting a massive renovation, the Portsea Hotel has just reopened after its own renovation, and now beachside haven Morgan’s Beach Shack has had a complete revamp.
The renovation of Morgan’s is by the same team currently looking after the Continental Hotel renovation, and it’s all ready just in time to make the most of the massive crowds flocking to Sorrento over summer.
The new menu comes directly from the brains of Ascot Food Store’s Dave Stuart, and the Grosvenor Hotel’s Paul Tyas, alongside Morgan’s head chef Joseph Spiteri.
Looking out over the bay, Morgan’s is as beach chic as you can get, light timber, and white furniture is spread throughout the venue. It’s the perfect spot to park yourself for lunch or an afternoon tipple.
Next door you’ll find Morgan’s Wine Store & Ale House, which is aiming to give the same class and character that you’d expect from any haunt dotted along one of Melbourne’s cobbled laneways. The bar will showcase all things Mornington Peninsula, and given the breadth of great wines in that particular region, you just know it’s going to be great.
Morgan’s Beach Shack will feature a seafood-based menu. Expect the likes of seafood linguini with local mussels, prawns, scallops and vongole garlic, Cape Cod-inspired lobster rolls, and much more.
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