Their outdoor cinema season may be coming to an end, but there are still plenty of reasons to swing by The Greens in North Sydney. Case in point: the coolest lawn bowls club turned garden bar and eatery in town is celebrating its one year anniversary with summery morning yoga sessions and a revamped breakfast menu. What more motivation could you possibly need to haul yourself out of bed?
Yoga at the Greens will give you the chance to start your day off on the right foot, with hour-long yoga sessions on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings starting at 9am, 8am and 9am, respectively. The classes are $20 per person and are designed for beginner to intermediate yogis – and don't worry if you don't own a yoga mat, because The Greens will provide one for you.
Once you've found your centre, you can reward yourself with a bit of brekky, courtesy of The Greens' new head chef Nathan Tillott (formerly of Pink Salt and GPO). Highlights of the new breakfast menu, available Fridays through Sundays, include apple sweetened five grain porridge with spiced poached pears, rhubarb, almonds and honey; wild mushroom and quinoa omellete with marinated feta, cress, white truffle oil and toasted sourdough; a breakfast salad of hot smoked trout, wild rice, pickled cucumber, crumbled egg, preserved lemon and dill; and choc crackle French toast with stewed plums, lemon curd and cream. That last one isn't exactly in keeping with the health theme – but then again, after yoga, we reckon you'll have earned it.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings starting at 9am, 8am and 9am.