The iconic Barangaroo House is finally re-opening its doors and recommencing dine-in operations for their three venues, House Bar, BEA, and Smoke. In light of Coronavirus restrictions gradually easing, Matt Moran and Solotel Group have shifted their gears to cater towards smaller groups and will be consistent with government mandated health and safety regulations.
“The world has changed so much in the last few months and there’s certainly a new appreciation for those moments of catching up with friends and family,” says Matt Moran. “So, chef Tom Haynes and his team are creating a bunch of really delicious seasonal sharing menus, fun cocktails, and line-ups of DJs to cater for those catch ups.”
Housebar has opened today with an offer of a burger with chips and a schooner of 4 Pines or a salad bowl with a glass of Shaw + Smith Sauvignon Black for $20 at lunch any day of the week. Their classics still available such as their fried chicken burger or tofu salad bowl along with their specialy cocktails and canned wines.
Whilst BEA and Smoke Rooftop Bar will reopen on September 2nd, the two venues have joined forces and are offering a new drinking and dining experience called Barangaroo Bounce. This will be available on Saturdays, where you can dine at BEA for a two-course shared lunch or dinner then head to Smoke’s rooftop for some digestifs. Otherwise if you prefer drinks before dinner, start at Smoke rooftop and end with BEA, available at $89 per person for groups of 4-10 people.
Safe-dining measures have been utilised across all restaurants. Hand sanitisers are available in each venue along with sign-in upon entry for all guests, cleaning all customer touchpoints after every use, and practising social distancing between tables.
House Bar is open now and BEA restaurant and Smoke rooftop bar will re-open on 2 September
For more information head on over to Barangaroo House