What s happening at the Glassie?

By Lea Parkes

BROWNIE and I decided to head next door to Club Glass House – aka The Glassie – last week for lunch and to check out some of the upgrades the club has been doing.

Before you even enter the club these days you notice work is under way to create an easier access and more enticing entry area, with a lovely big glass sliding door, and more work is happening in the coming weeks and months.

Inside, the main bar area has had a facelift and is looking more contemporary. However, the best news is that there is plenty more choice for the beer drinkers with 12 beers on tap, up from seven.

The Glassie crew has also been working on expanding the regular events to include a monthly family fun Sunday afternoon on the bowling green with live music and entertainment.

Fortunately for Brownie and I, we managed to arrive just when the staff were doing a Halloween cocktail and mocktail photo shoot, so we can bring you a sneak peek of what will be on the drinks menu on Sunday, October 30.

The cocktails and mega shares are $10 and the mocktails (Snot Tail and Moonshine) are $5.

Green Witch Megashake
Devil’s Margarita
Eyeball Snot-tail

And if you are planning to head along there will be a prize for the best dressed adult and child as well as live music and a jumping castle.

The fun continues for the Melbourne Cup on November 2, with a glamorous day of giggles, games and grazing platters.

For those who like their fun a little more competitive, the club has an Aussie-themed trivia night on Saturday, October 23.

Check out the club’s ad on page three of this week’s paper for more details and make sure you like their Facebook page to keep updated on all the great changes they have been making.

Moonrise Mocktail
Liquid Web Cocktail
A Bloody Mess