Easy to spot and idyllically situated on the crest of a hill, The Corner House looks more like the white picket fence dream than a bustling bar.
Eat wood fired pizza or share a huge antipasti platter before heading upstairs to The Sitting Room, where slightly more uncivilised behaviour can commence. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a friend’s living room, only slightly more sparsely furnished but supremely comfortable. A rustic acid treated steel floor, salvaged railway tracks and repurposed ferry pews accompany the space.
The cocktail list is constantly changing depending on fresh ingredients, and glass pitchers of the good stuff are ideal for a group and perfect for warm summer afternoons. This delectable drinking spot is open all week and the balcony is the perfect place for a spot of people watching.
Regardless of your vibe you’ll fit right in here; finer dining experience with that sophisticated little black number you’ve been saving? Perfect. Just crawled off the beach sporting tousled beach babe look? Even better.