The 7 Most Notable New Bars in Melbourne: Winter 2021

Currently craving spiked hot chocolates, crackling fireplaces, toddies; basically anything to warm the cockles of my cold, black heart. Here are 7 hot new Melbourne bars that are worth your time this winter… Valhalla | Basement, 477 Collins Street, Melbourne According to Norse mythology, experiencing Valhalla was the reward for […]

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ICYMI | 21 Fab New Bars to Discover in 2021

This one’s in the spirit of making the most of the last of Melbourne’s summer rays. In supporting local venue creators who’ve had, let’s say, a tumultuous time of it lately. And it’s also in the spirit of scouting some downright delicious drinks. In no particular order – just in […]

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Bar News | October 2019

Here’s everything you need to know – and sip – this month! – Two honorary/ex-Melburnians are involved with launching Singapore’s very first spirit and first ever gin. Can you believe they’ve never had a spirits distillery in one of the – other – bar capitals of the world before? Tanglin […]

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7 New Bars | October 2019

Here are the shiniest new places for your tastebuds to explore this month… Bourke Street Green This bar is a breezy, leafy little glitch in the high rise Matrix that is the western end of town. Original cocktails at the open-air venue champion local liquors from labels including Marionette, Tiny […]

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5 New Bars + Bar News | September 2019

Here’s your excuse to try somewhere or something new this month… NEW BARS Bodriggy Brewpub This big, beautiful former mechanic’s warehouse space has been transformed into an active brewery and expansive beer bar (there’s *plenty* of wine and cocktails too). Here you’ll spy items salvaged from the MCG and the […]

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New Bars + Bar News | August 2019

Presenting your monthly excuse to try somewhere new… NEW BARS Eazy Peazy  The team behind – one of Australia’s only sake labels – Toji Sake, presents Eazy Peazy. Naturally, the Japanese bar and eatery is influenced by the sake-making process (spot the rice-laden interiors, from the walls to the ceiling). […]

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