Summertime is coming to a shut, but two Sydney venues are transport in some Italian sunshine for the thirty day period of March.

The sun is setting previously and earlier, but two Sydney bars are keeping on to summer – and a handful of icy beers – for a pair much more months.

For the thirty day period of March, an Amalfi Coast-impressed festival of foods, style and design and style will pop up at the Coogee Bay Hotel and Cruise Bar in Round Quay in partnership with the classic Italian beer brand name Peroni.

Peroni is bringing the notion of la passeggiata to Sydney. Derived from the Italian term for walking, la passeggiata – “the night stroll” – is a ritual in which mates and neighbours socialise on the street ahead of sharing aperitivi or a food.

There’ll be food and drink specials all month at the two venues, with lighter, bubbly versions of classic Italian cocktails, these kinds of as the Peroni Alfresco, Peroni Negroni and Peroni Spritz ($15 every single) $10 pints and bottles of Peroni for $10.

At Coogee Bay Hotel, the sun-drenched beach front bar will get a makeover courtesy of Mikey Nolan and Toby Jones of Sydney beachwear label Double Rainbouu. The duo will fill the sprawling, open house with massive-scale Mediterranean-impressed prints in azure and white, evoking the sea and sand of the Amalfi Coastline.

But if you simply cannot make it out to Coogee, soak up Opera Home sights at Cruise Bar in Round Quay with a distinctive menu of shareable Mediterranean treats well prepared with native Australian substances.

This post is developed by Broadsheet in partnership with Peroni.