120 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
Elevate yourself to a rooftop bar and lounge that has lifted the standards of substance and style. Aer Bar is unquestionably one of the best spots in the city for open aer dining and drinking in the heart of Melbourne.
Alumbra At Central Pier
Shed 9, Central Pier
161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
In a heritage-listed shed at the end of Central Pier is the penthouse styled Alumbra, surrounded on three sides by water with stunning views of Docklands and city skyline.
Asian Beer Cafe
Asian Beer Cafe takes you on a new and exciting experience every time you visit. The atmosphere is modern, but the furniture is in a worn Asian style, including the iron wood from an old cargo ship that was sunk by pirates off the coast of Indonesia.
Level 15 123 Queen Street, Melbourne
If jazz, cigars and cocktails are your thing then Blue Diamond, a high rise bachelor pad style bar is waiting for you to come on up.
Bomba Tapas Bar And Rooftop
103 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Formerly The Aylesbury, this venue has been revamped as Bomba Tapas Bar and Rooftop. Bomba is a Spanish workers bar where the simple and affordable tapas menu is designed to share. Enjoy fresh, festive, punchy food.
11 Rainbow Alley, Melbourne
Tucked behind Little Collins Street and next to the Melbourne Town Hall, this space is a softly lit, Parisian style gem, European furnishings and retro chic décor will delight.
21-25 Hardware Lane, Melbourne
Reflecting Melbourne’s diverse restaurant and bar culture, Campari caters for intimate groups to cocktail parties, with four levels of entertaiment.
Unit S2, Level 1, 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne
At Cookie, French doors and tiny Juliet balconies separate you from the Swanston Street crowd below. Restaurant, bar, disco: Cookie does them all to perfection.
Deck Mercantile Place
Waterside Hotel, 508-514 Flinders Street, Melbourne
The Deck is located on the roof of the iconic Waterside Hotel in the CBD. In typical Melbourne fashion, entry is through the inconspicuous Mercantile Place and up the industrial stairs to the rooftop bar and garden.
Father’s Office Speakeasy Bar & Restaurant is based on that famed chapter in America’s history, prohibition era 1920s America, when the consumption of alcohol was outlawed.