"We're trying to bring to Cronulla the sense of the small bar hospitality so prominent in the city".
Reading between the lines, I guess the 2 of them are attempting to provide an alternative to the stereotype that Cronulla is "burbs by the beach". How have they done that? Apart from the physical facade, the pair has mixed a range of quirks with a chic take on the two staples of a restaurant/bar – food and beverage.
Four taps provide draught brews in a daily state of flux. All beers are Australian craft and rotate regularly. Even the labels on the taps are written on cardboard to keep pace with the flexibility. I plumped for the Red Rock organic pale ale – yes, like a party in my mouth and everyone invited. As for the wines, you won't be confused. They also rotate but there will only ever be 3 available on any given night, one of each colour and a sparkling. All are upper shelf and the white I sampled was a pleasantly soft Pinot Gris.