Morries is changing tack. Owned by the Margaret River Hospitality Group (MRHG) that also owns and operates the White Elephant Beach Café and The Common, the focus of Morries will be on lunch, dinner and late night drinks during the week as well as boozy breakfasts on the weekend.
From Tuesday 29 September 2015, Morries will be open from 12pm until late Monday to Friday, and 8.30am until late Saturday and Sunday.
MRHG Managing Director Anthony Janssen said that Morries weekend morning liquor licence means bloody marys for breakfast was now possible.
“The Morries menu will still feature fantastic tapas throughout the day, with a main menu for lunch and dinner seven days a week,” Mr Janssen said.
“Our Executive Chef Tony Howell is leading the Morries team in the kitchen, and they are loving it – learning new techniques that make each dish an absolute pleasure to eat.
“Morries will have the same cool casual vibe, fantastic cocktails by our award-winning barman Billy Phillips, beer, wine and great food.
“Tony and Billy are working together to match food with cocktails – watch this space for more.”
Mr Janssen said that MRHG has recently built a new enclosed area at sister venue, the White Elephant Beach Café.
“The While Elephant Beach Café overlooks Gnarabup Bay, and does a sensational breakfast with the same great coffee as Morries, and now, it’s open all year around, seven days a week from 7.30am.”