The force behind Hinchcliff House and This Way Canteen is fast growing its Sydney portfolio with the launch of a new venue in Bondi.

House Made Hospitality has teamed up with Bondi Brewing Co. to spearhead Rancho Seltzo on the ground level of Pacific Bondi Beach; a 200sqm space that takes its cues from images captured by Slim Aarons.

The venue is honing in on seltzers during its six-month residency as well as tropical drinks crafted from agave spirits, local wines and beers.

“Seltzer bars are opening all over California and considering seltzer consumption in Australia is on the rise, it’s been on our radar for a while to open a bar with a seltzer focus in Bondi,” says House Made Hospitality Director Scott Brown.

“This space has the foot traffic and energy we were after and it’s the perfect canvas for Paul’s brilliant beers and seltzers.”

It’s the first bricks and mortar location for Bondi Brewing Co., with Co-Founder Paul Parks indicating it’s just the beginning.

“It’s great to have a home for Bondi Brewing Co. on one of the most iconic corners in Bondi,” he says.

“Our beer is made by locals for locals and we can’t wait to expand on what we do locally over the next few months.”

House Made Executive Chef Elliott Pinn has put together a menu inspired by Baja Californian and Mediterranean flavours.

Expect crispy prawn and avocado rolls; kingfish ceviche with coconut, grapefruit and jalapeno and watermelon, tomato and ginger salad to make an appearance.

Larger plates cover flathead with spicy cabbage, coriander, garlic and lemon plus charred lamb shoulder with spiced yoghurt and green salsa.

Not to forget the sweet stuff, with options spanning a mango, coconut and passionfruit sundae and a baked-to-order wood-fired chocolate chip cookie with vanilla bean ice cream.

House Made Hospitality will also open the doors to Promenade Bondi Beach in the coming months.

Promenade will aim to recapture the spirit of the pavilion’s past as a community cornerstone during the ’70s.

The group was awarded the hospitality site following the pavilion’s $48 million restoration, which took two years to complete.

The seaside venue will offer all-day dining with a menu that will see global coastal cuisines throughout each dish.

In addition, beach-goers will be able to purchase snacks and takeaway coffee from the venue’s neighbouring kiosk.

The Bondi opening will be followed by Club Martinez at Quay Quarter Tower in Sydney’s CBD in autumn.