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Syn Bar is a bar on weekdays for after work drinks and a nightclub on weekends with massive parties. With its sleek & modern styling, Synbar is suited to a whole host of moods and occasions. A generous dance floor, massive balcony, VIP area, private booths, and two full size bars ensure that whatever your mood, Synbar is the place.
Stylish yet casual after work drinks on Tuesdays to Fridays lead up to classic Retro and groovy RnB ol'school tunes Friday nights and thumping house & electro Saturdays.
Catering for functions of up to 300 Guests, Synbar is the venue for your Corporate Functions, Product Launches, Exhibitions and Fashion Shows, Hen's nights, Birthdays... or massive parties just 'cause you can.
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Feel the aura of Melbourne's hottest new venue, where style and sophistication is the key.
Located on Bourke Hill in the centre of Melbourne's night life, Aura's unique ambience and stylish décor, coupled with its selection of premium quality beverages, make it the perfect corporate hangout for early in the evening.
Later on the lights are dimmed and the volume turned up as you dance the night away to the sounds of the resident DJs playing the freshest house tunes in Melbourne. You must experience Aura before you can truly appreciate it and finally see why it has been so appropriately named.
Melbourne's Belgian Beer Café Bluestone, St Kilda Road, and the Belgian Beer Café Eureka, Southbank, are unofficial embassies of Belgium and promote Belgian culture, beer and cuisine in an authentically Belgian environment.
At the Belgian Beer Cafés Melbourne, which are renowned for steaming mussel pots served with frites and house made mayonnaise along with Belgian waffles, you can find five draught Belgian beers: Stella Artois, Hoegaarden, Leffe Blonde, Leffe Brune and Belle-Vue Kriek. A unique nine step pouring ritual ensures the perfect pour.
The interesting upstairs-downstairs space that used to be Zukini has blossomed into this equally interesting restaurant/bar combo.
Upstairs, along with the food, is the spectacle of 300 light bulbs adorning the ceiling (fortunately, not all switched on at once).
In the luxurious basement is the bar, a cosy venue perfect for a civilised drink.
There's a tidy wine list, some nice bottled beers and good cocktails.
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Throughout our menu you will see incredible Asian cuisine complementing a wonderful cocktail list: innovative Asian themed house cocktails. All of our drinks are made with the finest ingredients we can lay our paws on. Glance through our library of luxury products and you'll see one of the best premium spirit selections in
Check out Shaolin Funk on Thursday nights: Melbourne’s biggest live R&B night.
Multi-award winning venue, including 2 time winner of Australia’s Bar Of The Year at the Australian Bar Awards.
All Nations is a backpackers hostel as it should be: inclusive, communal, with a living, breathing party atmosphere and run by characters who are probably crazier than you! Situated in one of Melbourne's best central city locations, right between Southern Cross Station, the Yarra River and Southbank, the hostel is housed in an old renovated building with high ceilings. Join the hostel staff and our backpackers for free nightly activities that include sword swallowers and Pinatas!
Very London or New York, this minimalist, super suave restaurant, designed by Sydney's Ian Halliday, is splendid. Walk in off the Collins Street level to the long narrow bar, for light lunches, coffee and drinks ascend to the restaurant. The interior design of this deep narrow space is about spots of light, the vast whiteness broken up by one textured grey wall. Stainless steel tubes, spectacularly rise three floors in the stairwell.
Named after the legend Eddie Charlton this bar/pool hall is a great place to come to be entertained any night of the week. Enjoy a game of pool with your mates as you relax and catch up or head into the Karaoke room, a great place to meet people and have a sing along as well.
Club Retro, open every Friday and Saturday night is the place to be for the biggest events and best tunes grankin from the best DJ's. From Power Pop to Power Ballads, Rock to New Romantic it's all at Retro Club. You'll hear tunes from the 70's, 80's & 90's blast out of the speakers on the three huge levels every Friday and Saturday Night. Bring your friends for a big party night at Melbourne's favourite party destination.
One of Whether it be a cocktail you are after, a pot of local or imported beer, a glass of French Champagne or choice of a large range of premium spirits, we have it all.
Whether it be a cocktail you are after, a pot of local or imported beer, a glass of French Champagne or choice of a large range of premium spirits, we have it all.
De Bier Haus is a unique socialising experience that brings together great European and New Zealand cuisine, and as the name suggests it's a great place to enjoy a beer or two. Influenced by the rich history of beer brewing and drinking establishments across Germany and Belgium.
With a Paris/Melbourne style Degraves is the perfect place to drop in and have a coffee, cake and catch up. Right in the heart of Degrave's Street this groovy coffe house is the place to be seen.
While double o is situated down the seedy depths of sniders lane in the city, upon entering you are greeted to an underground yet classy cocktail bar/ club.
The vibe is created through its funky, innovative, ass-shaking beats and its friendly atmosphere
Baroq House offers an extravagant yet intimate space over three levels. From the intensely rich 17th century design to the extraordinary international drinking experience, Baroq House has set a new bench mark in VIP entertainment. Known locally as The Mansion, Baroq’s impressive liquid list of fine wines, champagnes, beers and spirits has been complemented by an extraordinary list of cocktails. From the decadent Dom Perignon charged fresh fruit bellini to an absinth fountain for two, the drinking experience at Baroq House is both original and unique.
Down a cobbled lane, tucked away between the law courts and office complexes surrounding Collins Street, Hydra is the ideal setting for a business breakfast or corporate lunch. It has a clean canteen feel with buffet-style sandwich selections as well as daily special menu items and an impressive wine cabinet. Seating often turns communal during the hectic lunch hour but service is prompt and polite. Renowned in the CBD for luscious toasted fruit bread, grilled focaccias, gourmet baguettes and hot coffee, Hydra also offers a classic big breakfast fry-up as well as organic gluten-free muesli and fresh juices for the more health-conscious.
With 20 years of function experience and state of the art sound and lighting systems throughout, Inflation Entertainment Complex has something for everyone !
We offer four stylish function rooms that hold a capacity of 10 to 450 people or the entire complex with a capacity of over 1000 people.
Each room is tastefully decorated with a stunning cocktail bar, private entrance, toilets, dance floor, DJ booth and plenty of lounge style seating.
We are happy to assist with catering, entertainment and drink packages for your next occasion.
The Irish Times, in the heart of the city, is potentially Melbourne's smallest Irish Pub. With its wooden floorboards, and warm, welcoming feel, it's always a pleasure to visit. There's a wide variety of accents from around the world, and the feeling that this is a more 'in the know' Irish pub. Upstairs is a second bar, and the area where the band plays. Decor features rugby tops in glass cases and beautiful stained-glass windows. The Irish Times is nicely located close to the trendy bars and clubs of Bank Place.
The bar allows opportunity for a quiet beer with friends or an evening full of cocktail indulgence and eclectic tunes soaked up until the early hours. Loop prides itself on catering to all palates. Our extensive cocktail menu is truly mouthwatering, offering unique recipes which combine quality ingredients with eye catching garnishes.
Lounge is a dynamic venue steeped in contemporary bar folklore. Having started with a “bang” on the Melbourne social landscape in 1989 it has evolved as a steward of bar and café culture. It remains as a staple amongst punters.
Up a narrow staircase directly off Swanston Street, you enter an open room. Here you are met with furnishings of industrial undertones and music with depth and warmth that instills comfort and confidence. The staff are well informed, hospitable and interesting. With beverage in hand make your way toward the spacious balcony and enjoy being in the heart of the city, a level above the bustle and the freedom of plein air. Once that’s done move inside have lunch, a snack or dinner. Then a gentle cocktail or a crisp beer and rest until the dance music moves you.
Found in the centre of Melbourne, Miss Libertine is the latest offering to the city's plethora of excting social hubs and captures all the angles of it's intimitable youth culture.Reflecting the local areas transition from a trasit location to what is now the cultural hub of the city. Miss Liberine, surrounded by universities and shopping strips operates as a music venue hosting a range of emerging and established artists from varied backgrounds, with one underlying theme, providing the most innovative and quality music and artistry.
A smart combination of wood and mirrors makes this a glamorous part of the Westin Hotel. It's not just hotel guests who enjoy Martini's beautiful surrounds and great city views, as the bar is an integral part of
The Martini Bar at the Westin Hotel is an understated but classy cocktail bar in the heart of the city with perhaps the best views of the city.
There is only one question left to answer - shaken or stirred?
Wonderful woody long room full of bulging couches, battered armchairs and weathered floorboards that will make you want to light up that Cohiba. And you can, for Cuba is just one of the flavours round here. Fine wines and snacks are served in old-world ambience and a jazzy background score bubbles under. The design clincher though is a huge semicircular window looking out over Parliament House.