Sydney’s Revamped Beach Club Reopens for Southern Summer

Just in time for the southern summer, Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel’s highly anticipated revamp of its Beach Club has been unveiled, after months of extensive renovations. Redeveloped by architect Jeremy Bull, the Beach Club now boasts a distinct design aesthetic that harkens to mid-century Miami. In a spectacular beachside location overlooking the crystal clear waters of Sydney Harbour, the Beach Club is set to be a destination for long, seafood lunches with friends and city escapes with the family, all just 12 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD.

New executive chef John Pye has created a sumptuous menu that showcases the best local produce, including fresh Pacific Oysters with cabernet vinegar and shallot dressing; salt and pepper mud crab; and fresh yabbie and crab linguine. To satisfy sugar cravings (and beat the heat) the menu also boasts a range of sweet treats, including a lemon gelato served with a limoncello shot and almond biscotti. Also new is the street-facing fish and chips window, which offers a grab-and-go option to passers-by.

The new-look Beach Club now includes a 15-metre open gallery kitchen, and a relocated cocktail bar, which offers an extensive selection of fine wines, draught beers, and European-inspired cocktails. The extended ‘top deck’, a spacious timber sundeck with uninterrupted panoramic views across the harbour to the city, is the perfect place to take in the sunset with a sundowner.

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