The Northern Beaches is just getting better and better with The Newport's swanky new restaurant Bert's just open, Mona Vale's Park House already a local fave even though it's only been open a few short months, and now Manly is about to score a sensational new dining and drinking destination.

Currently under construction, the Manly Greenhouse will take over the former digs of the iconic Shore Club Hotel and is slated to feature three entire floors dedicated the fine art of drinking and dining.

The ground level will host a casual beachside bar and all-day diner, the second floor will be home to a refined restaurant with a menu centred around their planned charcoal grill, and the top will be a rooftop bar boasting all the stunning ocean and big sky views Manly has to offer.

The Manly Greenhouse is not just a 'greenhouse' in name but also in design, with lush greenery planned throughout the beachfront venue.

The flash dining emporium comes from the experienced team behind Sails on Lavender Bay, Greg Anderson and Patricia Nunes, with Anderson saying in a press statement, "The space has been vacant for almost four years, a wasted opportunity for our locals and visitors to enjoy those spectacular views - whether over a morning coffee, intimate dinner or rooftop cocktail."

Manly Greenhouse is set to open in April at 36/38 South Steyne, Manly. 
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An epic beachside eatery and bar is coming to Manly