Have you been craving beers on the beach? Soaking in the summer sun with some direct service? Well, The Moseley Beach Club has just the thing to help with these extremely justifiable needs.
Today The Moseley Bar & Kitchen launched Australia’s first ever beach club on the foreshore of Glenelg. Running every day of the week, The Moseley Beach Club will have 8 premium sun beds and 48 sun lounges. They’ve taken inspiration from places across Europe and South East Asia, so you can definitely recreate your summer vacation right here in Adelaide.
The club will feature a casual dining area, bar and live acoustic music weeks nights, plus DJs on the weekend. Already a key part of the Glenelg front shore line-up, The Moseley is continuing to make the area one of Adelaide’s most vibrant and thriving spots.
“Thanks to the support from City of Holdfast Bay Council, we’re offering South Australians the opportunity to enjoy a beer on the beach in a relaxed and family friendly environment,” says Luke Donaldson, The Moseley’s Operations Manager.
“Our customers are always seeking more and we’re trying to exceed their expectations by taking our delicious food and beverage options, great events and on point entertainment onto an iconic location like Glenelg beach.”
We’re definitely looking forward to chilling out and dancing our summer nights away at The Moseley Beach Club. Who needs Spain when you’ve got Glenelg?
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