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May 7, 2021

New classy cocktails, great food and service, and terrace views near the beach!

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Two weeks ago, Loft Byron Bay, a decadent lunch and dinner spot – open from noon until midnight – launched their new cocktail menu featuring classic drinks with a twist. They are bold, taste beautiful, and have made it just in time to help you cool down in summer.

Whether you prefer something simple or something with a bit more kick, the experienced, well-dressed bartenders there know exactly how to shake, strain, and stir up magic. Each cocktail offers a different story, fresh ingredients, and herbaceous aromas. Basil, sage, chai, and coconut are just a few loud flavours thrown into the mix.

All this on top of their ‘Happy Days’ beer and wine specials and $10 Aperol spritz served daily from 12pm till 6pm. 

If you’re in town this week getting your fix of surf culture at Byron Bay Surf Festival, you might like to pop in after a wave or two. Alongside a variety of drink options, the venue offers an old-school bar experience, with a classier skew. 

You can pop yourself on a stool, sit back, and have a chat with a tender or pull up a table to make room for a group. Loft Byron Bay has one of the most beautiful terraces in town, so when you are sipping your blood orange Aperol sour, spiced chai whiskey sour, or Brookie’s spring gimlet, make sure you peep over at the view.

The crew at Loft Byron Bay seem to have the knack of promoting intelligent drinking, and the venue has quickly become that local spot that everyone is talking about, keeping people hydrated and entertained in the heat.

Only one minute from the beach, this place is best shared with family and friends.

To support the local market, Loft Byron Bay also stocks local, fresh ingredients as well as Tintenbar Vodka from the organic craft small-batch distillery outside Tintenbar, and of course Brookie’s Byron Dry Gin.

Loft Byron Bay: 4 Jonson St, Byron Bay. Ph 6680 9183
www.loftbyronbay.com.au


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