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May 9, 2021

The Balcony tells us what’s on at their venue this summer

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Paella & Pimms
Saturday & Sunday 2pm – sold out

Afternoon sessions on the balcony with seafood paella and cocktails have become synonymous with summer in Byron Bay. Since the weather has started heating up, we’ve followed suit by launching Paella & Pimms early this year. We will be running a seafood paella cookup every Saturday and Sunday afternoon for $25 a serving from 2pm until sold out.

The best thing about our Seafood Paella is that it’s different every time. Sometimes you may have mussels and prawns; other times you get fresh flaky pieces of fish and calamari. Our paella is colourful, full of flavour and created with the freshest seasonal produce available locally. We’re also offering Pimms Cup carafes for just $25 each.

Bottomless Bellinis
Saturday & Sunday 9am–11.30pm

We believe that cocktails and brunch are best way to really sink into that summer feeling. That is why we’re offering bottomless bellinis every Saturday and Sunday with our signature brunch. Sip bellinis for two hours with your leisurely brunch for just $29 per person.

Soul food night
Monday 6–9pm

Our executive head chef Sean Connolly has a love for southern food so we’re bringing a little soul to your Monday nights with a specialty Soul Food Menu featuring southern fried chicken, corn on the cob, cabbage and parmesan slaw and cauliflower popcorn. We have also created a couple of southern-inspired cocktails such as the Man Cave, which boasts banana-infused gentleman jack, bacon maple syrup, choc bitters and a crispy bacon garnish. YUM!

$1 oyster hour
Wednesday 5–6pm

Oysters at a buck a shuck? No we’re not kidding. These are the freshest, most high-quality oysters in the region and we’re bringing them to you for just $1 each between 5pm and 6pm every Wednesday. Add a bottle of Piper Heidsieck Champagne and you’re living in true hump-day luxury, my friend.
Don’t miss out, bookings essential.

$1 fish wings
Thursday 5–6pm

Fish wings are a true delicacy in many Asian countries. The underside of the fish fin is southern fried and served with wedges of lemon and aioli. Come try them for yourself for just $1 a pop.
They are especially appetizing with an
ice-cold Stone & Wood beer. Stay for dinner and enjoy our Live Lounge featuring only the best local acoustic musicians.

Sunset Happy hour
Every day 4–6pm

Watch the sun slip behind the mountains as you sip on our happy hour drinks. All house wine and spirits plus Stone & Wood beers on tap for just $6 each. With frose for $10 and selected frozen cocktails for $12, we’ve got something for everyone.

Espresso Martini time
Every day 9.20–close

In the mood for a nightcap? Climb our iconic stairs for the best espresso martinis in town at just $12 each. Plus we offer duck-fat popcorn for all our late-night drinkers and you can select to play your favourite tunes through the venue with our secret DJ app.

Balcony Bar & Oyster Co

www.balcony.com.au | 6680 9666

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