Before COVID-19, Tiffy Sze could never have imagined her Melbourne rooftop bar would one day be used to host spin classes.
For the past seven years she focused on whipping up cocktails, rather than a sweat, at her Swanston Street watering hole.
But with restrictions reducing the number of customers hospitality venues can serve, Ms Sze shifted her business focus to rent the space out when it would otherwise be closed.
“They [fitness classes] say it was lovely because our roof can open and also we have a mist system all around the area,” she said.
“So after they have worked out and are hot and sweating we open the mist and cool you down.”