The Alcott Lane Cove is the place to go in November if you want to catch up with friends (while social distancing) and enjoy a cocktail. You can choose from $12 Tap Cocktails, a Frozen Cocktail or Classic Cocktails all featuring Patron Tequila.
Patron Silver, kaffir lime, coconut syrup and citrus
Patron Silver, fresh watermelon, agave and citrus
Tap cocktails are just $10 during Members Happy Hour 5 pm – 7 pm Monday – Friday.
FROZEN PASSIONFRUIT MARGARITA
Patron Silver, fresh passionfruit, passionfruit liqueur and citrus
Patron Silver, Cointreau, lime juice and lemon
Patron Silver, pineapple, ginger liqueur, homemade ginger beer and citrus
Patron XO Cafe, Kahlua, fresh coffee and syrup
You can pair these cocktails with a selection of Latin American Food Specials or choose one of your favourite meals from The Alcott’s Spring menu.
You can book by calling 9428 5155 or head over to The Alcott’s website here.
COVID19 and Social Distancing
The Alcott takes its COVID19 Safety Plan seriously.
✅ Temperature checks on arrival
✅ ID and mobile numbers for contact tracing
✅ Hand Sanitiser throughout the venue
✅ Full-Time COVID safety marshall
✅ Hospital-grade disinfectant in use
✅ Some furniture has been removed to ensure social spacing.
We are not aware of another venue in Lane Cove that takes your temperature upon arrival.
The NSW Government has announced that hospitality venues may now take bookings for up to 30 people. This allows The Alcott to activate their function spaces and provide locals with a venue to hold catch ups and Christmas functions.
Yearly membership is from $10, and member benefits include:
Address: No. 1 Birdwood Avenue, Lane Cove NSW
Phone: (02) 9428 5155
ITC Business Community Supporter: The Alcott
Licensed: Fully Licensed
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