.. this one is probably my pick for a daytime beer - the aspect is shaded enough to be pleasant in the heat, and it often picks up a light breeze. You feel like the entire place is outdoor, but it's a well-crafted illusion brought about by a very open layout with no definite boundary between the verandah and the bar area.
Inside picks up later, but where this place has most value for me is as an afternoon drop-in. The barbecue-style food is pricier than you'd find at, say, a Newtown corner pub - reflecting the area and what the market will go for, and the food looks generally pretty good.
The downsides? Well, when we visited the staff seemed, well, disinterested, and watch out for the dive-bombing seagulls if you're getting food.
review by: Jason