No doubt you’ll remember that time local lad Brodie Green opened a thriving coffee shop inside a former ATM space on James Street in Burleigh.
Well the innovative Gold Coaster is at it again, this time working his magic at the beloved Burleigh Bowls Club to create a little outdoor coffee shop overlooking the greens and perfect if you’re strolling through beautiful Burleigh and feel like soaking up some of that sporadic sunshine.
Brodie decided to open the newbie because there isn’t really anywhere in the area where you can sit outside while enjoying a cuppa and although the weather hasn’t been playing nice of late, we absolutely love it.
The space is literally a little coffee hut and said outside sitting space is shaded by big ol’ blue and white umbrellas so you don’t roast and of course, you can take away should you wish to stroll some more.
Seadog in the Park is brewing their very own blend, called No Bad Days in true Burleigh style and it’s made with beans from three different areas of Columbia to create something quite special. As you’d expect, the coffee is just as exceptional as the cuppa you know and love from Seadog in James Street.
Of course there’s also a single origin blend – by Marvell Street – and all the sip-in beverages are served in sweet handmade mugs (an iced latte will earn you a fruity little umbrella too).
There’s also fresh juices and smoothies should you need something fresh to go with your coffee – because obviously we always need coffee first.
Stay tuned for a light food menu in the future and there might even be some exciting community-style events coming our way too.
Seadog in the Park is the perfect little venture to join our beloved Burleigh and we can’t wait to see how it expands in the next little while.
Head down to show your support and grab one of the tastiest brews there is.
Words and photos by Kirra Smith