Ballers Clubhouse is inviting you to play and stay for as long as you like.
The only catch to the Ballers Clubhouse offer is that to play all the games—ping pong, darts, shuffleboard, shufflecourt and Virtual Reality—you need to turn up on either a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Sunday. Four out of seven days of the week though, ain’t bad. Plenty of time to get in on the games. (Featured image: ballersclubhouse)
The 2,500-square-metre venue opened late last year and has quickly become a favourite amongst Melburnians looking for a place big enough to meet up, catch up and have some fun good old-fashioned fun while having a drink.
Talking about drinks, Ballers Clubhouse has you covered. With 75 taps across six bars pouring beers and other beverages like T’Gallant Spritz Prosecco as well as a well-rounded wine list that also features some of Australia’s top drops and more expensive bottles, there’s something for everyone. Cocktails too with your standard Espresso Martini, Negroni and Old Fashioned on the list beside some baller alternatives like Beyonce’s Lemonade.
Since you’ll be playing games for the day, food comes in the form of tacos, sliders and pizzas as well as snacks like Buffalo cauliflower, arancini balls, calamaria and charcuterie boards.
Ballers Clubhouse also sports ten private functions spaces where you and your crew, team or colleagues can get together and make the supervenue feel like it’s all yours. If you want the venue all to yourself, then that can be organised as well.
The All Games Pass ($24) on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Sunday will give you unlimited access to play table tennis, darts, shuffleboard, shufflecourt and Virtual Reality in 30-minute timeslots—sharing is caring. And at Ballers Clubhouse, a round of pool is always free.
For more info on Ballers Clubhouse, see here.