If you like the feeling of being on a yacht (of course you do), you’re going to fall in love with Tackleshack on Gerrale Street. This nautical-themed dining establishment is famous for serving fresh-out-of-the water seafood, an array of craft beers and some of Sydney’s finest cocktails. The sleek yet comfortable atmosphere makes this Cronulla restaurant suitable for any occasion, whether it’s a celebratory dinner or a casual lunch. For the boat-party enthusiast in all of us, Tackleshack is the ideal destination – hop aboard after reserving your experience ahead of time.
Highly recommend this place. Impressive music by Dave Bova guitar, Bec Violin, Barris piano. Staff are all fabulous & curtious. All smiles😁 Great time had by one & all. Thank you 😘🎶🎸
I have been to the Tackle Shack before and had a good experience however myself and 5 girlfriends attended last friday night and the service was all over the shop. Alot of the food on the menu was also unavailable and they forgot to get our cocktails that we had ordered. We had to leave as it was spoiling our evening.
We weren't able to talk because the music was too loud. Didn't expect a night club when we booked for lunch. Won't be back again.
In the heart of sunny Cronulla, Tackleshack offers the perfect fuel after a day spent soaking up rays at the beach. With a setting that’s nautical in the most stylish way possible, this Sydney restaurant feels like the inside a luxurious houseboat with wood panelling, sleek countertops and turquoise accents. Already a huge hit with locals, Tackleshack is proving to be a name to look out for when it comes to great seafood in Sydney.
Tackleshack is famous for their cocktails, so be sure to indulge in drinks with names like The Rubber Ducky, Sea Breezer, Dog’s Pipeline Dream and the Chk Chk Cherry Cola. From the food menu at this Cronulla hotspot, we can’t recommend the seafood enough. Go for popular options such as the battered fish and chips with lime tartare, the seared scallops with pickled pear, morcilla and basil oil, or the shucked oysters three ways. Vegetarians have several tasty choices as well like the warm chickpea salad with halloumi and yoghurt mint dressing and the butternut tortellini with sage burnt butter. Book ahead to dive into some beachside Australian eats and incredible cocktails at Tackleshack on Gerrale Street.