Named in recognition of the 240 members, known as the ‘Foundation Members’, of which fourteen were women, all with equal rights. These members were named in an affidavit submission, dated 1 May 1962 made by the original secretary, Brien Higgs, to the Metropolitan Licensing Court. This was in support of a conditional application for a certificate of registration for the club.
All areas have been designed with fine detail and structure boasting an industrial elegant finish that compliments the other eateries that the Club offers. Each section effortlessly connects with each other with lightness and simplicity. Cafe 240 creates a sense of comfort with warm earth tones, cool marine green and metallic accents.
Cafe 240 is a new style café and bar experience and is the perfect place for a casual brunch with friends or a light dinner with the family. The café style setting offers a different dining experience with a more relaxed feel.
Cafe 240 offers a menu with a variety of options from Grab and Go gourmet meals to fresh daily baked pastries to light salads and sides. The kitchen features a traditional wood-fire oven perfect for serving woodfired pizza and sweet and savoury calzones.