ANZAC DAY 2017
Supernormal will be open from 12pm until 11pm on ANZAC day, Tuesday 25th of April.
EASTER OPENING HOURS
SUPERNORMAL WILL BE OPEN FROM 12PM UNTIL 11PM ON GOOD FRIDAY, EASTER SATURDAY & EASTER SUNDAY.
WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR A SHORT BREAK ON EASTER MONDAY, REOPENING AT 11AM ON TUESDAY 18TH OF APRIL.
WISHING ALL OF OUR GUESTS & SUPPLIERS A VERY HAPPY EASTER.
Labour day 2017
Supernormal will be open from 12pm until 11pm on Labour day, Monday 13th of March.
Australia Day 2017
Supernormal will be open from 12:00pm until late this Australia Day, Thursday 26th January.
Why not drop in for a cold beer and a New England lobster roll or two?
FESTIVE SEASON OPENING HOURS AT SUPERNORMAL
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF OUR GUESTS, SUPPLIERS AND STAFF FOR ANOTHER WONDERFUL YEAR.
WE WISH ALL OF YOU THE VERY BEST FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR.
WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR A SHORT BREAK OVER THE FESTIVE PERIOD. PLEASE SEE OUR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS OPENING HOURS BELOW
MONDAY 19th DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
TUESDAY 20th DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
WEDNESDAY 21st DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
THURSDAY 22nd DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
FRIDAY 23RD DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
SATURDAY 24TH DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 12PM
SUNDAY 25TH DECEMBER – CLOSED
MONDAY 26TH DECEMBER – CLOSED
TUESDAY 27TH DECEMBER – CLOSED
WEDNESDAY 28TH DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 12PM
THURSDAY 29TH DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
FRIDAY 30TH DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
SATURDAY 31ST DECEMBER – OPEN FROM 11AM
SUNDAY 1ST JANUARY 2017 – CLOSED
MONDAY 2ND JANUARY 2017 – CLOSED
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, RESERVATIONS OR EVENT ENQUIRIES,
PLEASE CONTACT US ON (03) 9650 8688 OR INFO@SUPERNORMAL.NET.AU
SEE YOU IN 2017!
Direct from Tokyo & Available Now! - Supernormal X Shotoku Glassware
Direct from Tokyo - Shotoku glasses etched with the Supernormal cloud are now for sale, priced at $70 a pair. They are the ultimate beer glass!
These remarkable drinking glasses are called "Usu-hari", meaning thin glass. Less than 1mm thick, each one is hand blown by master craftsmen in the Sumida district of downtown Tokyo and are created using the same techniques traditionally used for handmade glass light bulbs. They are a truly exquiste creation and a unique gift.
Broadsheet’s video series ‘Made Like This’ - New England Lobster Roll
Give someone a New England lobster roll and they'll eat for 30 seconds. Teach them how to make a New England lobster roll and they'll eat for life.
Follow step by step to Broadsheet Melbourne's video series 'Made Like This' and make your very own lobster rolls at home.