Albert Park Lake Club Pop-Up
Enjoy spritzes and fresh seafood — or brunch served with a side of gospel choir — at this lakeside summer pop-up.
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Now that dining and drinking out are back on the menu in Melbourne, you may want to branch out of the same ol', same ol' bar situation. Don't get us wrong, we love our trusty haunts, but sometimes you want to check out somewhere new. If that's the case, make tracks to Albert Park Lake Club Pop-Up stat.
A collaboration between Albert Park venue Power House and locally loved Prahran pub The Smith, the two-month pop-up bar will take over Power House Deck, transforming the popular lakeside venue into a buzzy social space that'll serve up cocktails and fresh, summery bites.
Celebrate the end of Melbourne's lockdown — and the glorious sunshine — by sipping cocktails and tucking in to the likes of calamari, wagyu katsu sangas and ice cream sandwiches. You'll be kicking back all while taking in views of Albert Park Lake. And, you can feel good while you imbibe, with $1 from every Lord Somers Spritz sold going straight to the Lord Somers Camp and Power House foundation.
There'll be a $35 Bottomless Spritz special available every Monday to Friday from 5.30–6.30pm. On top of an hour of unlimited spritzes, you'll also get a red coral lobster and prawn roll to help line the stomach. Or, for a real treat, book in to The Smith's Brunch with Soul Lakeside Edition, which will include live soul tunes from the resident Gospel Choir, one brunch item and two hours of bottomless spritzes, house wine and select tap beer. The music-filled brunch will run on Sundays, from 11am–1pm and 2–4pm, and set you back $65 per person.
Find the Albert Park Lake Club Pop-Up at Power House Deck, 34 Lakeside Drive. To book, head over here.
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Wednesday, September 22 - Wednesday, September 22