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Tucked away down one of the CBD's intriguing little alleyways, Cherry is Melbourne's first authentic Rock bar, showcasing some of the greatest rock and soul music from the past half a century.
Regular DJs spin everything from 50s style Northern Soul right through to modern contemporary Rock, with a weekly timetable that is sure to have something for everyone.
With free entry every night and a cool, mellow environment, Cherry is one of Melbourne's more alluring bar experiences.
A wide variety of local and international brews, Mexico's Negradmodelo, England's Newcastle Brown Ale and the Philippines' San Miguel, Cherry bar is the beer drinker's delight.
Cherry also provides a function room upon request catering for up to 40 people.
This, added to our regular weekly events and a musical entourage matched by no other, this bar is the ultimate trip down memory lane for those who are willing to walk on the wild side.
The Elephant & Wheelbarrow Pub,
the order of melbourne has a tastic city scape like no other on Swanston St. Our roof terrace bar located on the second floor will capture your imagination of the late 1800's.
Here at Rrose we pride ourselves on our friendly service and homely atmosphere. Regulars tell us the place is like an extension of their own lounge rooms and that suits us just fine.
Our philosophy is to showcase Australian boutique wine and beer as well as some intriguing tipples from further afield.
Modern Melbourne AntipastiBut our real passion is for cocktails, and our exclusive list changes with the seasons. Of course, don't be shy to ask us for an old favourite or famous classic.
Our kitchen is open as long as we are, serving light and tasty, finger friendly food. Hot beverages abound (spiked or otherwise) for that afternoon or late night refreshment.
In case you're wondering why it is Rrose with a double arrrrr, we're paying homage to Marcel Duchamp's alter ego Rrose Selavy. Love! That's Life.
The Fourth Watch is a sports bar and tavern with three big screen TVs showing sport most of the time such as Aussie rules, cricket, horse racing and other sports. Recommend for anyone looking for a place to meet friends before the footy, or before a big night out.
Comme is Melbourne's most exciting destination for events, drinking and dining. Downstairs overlooking Alfred Place is Comme Wine Bar featuring a central marble bar, a glass wine pod displaying premium wines from around the world.
The Elms Family Hotel is a unique Old Style Hotel situated in the North East corner of Melbourne’s CBD, making it a perfect base for business or sightseeing. The Elms boasts a style of yesteryear with the attention taken off modern décor and directed towards good old-fashioned service with a smile. The Elms is a well hidden gem which has been run by the same family for the past 20 years. The family lives on the premises and would love to have you stay at their place.
The Elms recent extensive refurbishment has transformed the first floor into four stylish ensuite rooms. An ideal location for that one night business trip or for perhaps a seven night stay in a city renowned for its abundant history, beautiful gardens, restaurants, theatres, and world class tourist attractions.
Spanning two levels, State of Grace is a lavish bar and function venue in Collins Street's heritage-listed Olderfleet Building. The cellar bar plays host to a variety of late-night entertainment, while a European-style bistro is located on the street level.
Prepare for a vivid assault to the senses then take a velvet seat for your morning coffee, lunch break, dinner feast or late night bites. Sneak through the back and open the secret entrance to a winding marble staircase. It’s in Fall From Grace where the fun really begins.
The luxe hidden cellar bar plays host to live music and is no stranger to a cocktail experiment or two… Go on, you’ll be forgiven for your sins.
The National Sports Museum at the MCG houses Australia's most comprehensive sporting collection, showcasing more than 3500 objects related to the greatest moments in Australian sporting history.
Located at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground, the National Sports Museum celebrates the contribution that sport has made within the development of the uniquely Australian culture.
The achievements of Australian sportsmen and women at all levels are showcased within an environment rich with sporting artefacts and interactive technology.
Showcasing the great moments in Australia's sporting history, the museum includes a number of permanent exhibitions focused on Australian football, boxing, basketball, cricket, cycling, golf, thoroughbred horse racing, netball, Olympic and Paralympic Games, rugby union, rugby league, soccer, and tennis.
Also featured is the Melbourne Cricket Ground story and the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum and National Sports Museum Cinema Sport features non-stop sporting action.
The National Sports Museum at the MCG also includes two three dimensional theatrical experiences with Australian cricket legend Shane Warne in 'Cricket Found Me' and Australian football star James Hird in 'Off the Bench'.
Game On is a fully interactive gallery allowing you to personally experience the thrill of participation in a diverse range of sporting environments and activities.
More than just a museum, the National Sports Museum at the MCG captures the spirit of Australian sporting life and relives the moments that have shaped Australia's rich sporting traditions and cultural heritage.
the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria is in the heart of Melbourne's CBD.
RACV offers unique benefits to it's members, with outstanding social, dining, conference and event facilities plus fine acommodation and a gymnasium. All in a central Melbourne CBD location. Membership also provides access to stunning Victorian resorts and reciprocal clubs. Those clubs include Healesville Country Club, the stunning Cape Schank Resort on the Mornington Peninsular, the new Inverloch Resort, Cobram Resort and the newly acquired Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast.
The RACV Members Dining Room is the signature restaurant, open for lunch Monday to Friday and dinner Monday to Saturday. The menu boasts French and Italian influences and was the Gold Winner of the National Chefs Table 2008. Dress codes apply in the Dining Room. The carvery style Conservatory offers roasts and weekly seafood buffets and the Courtyard provides quality casual outdoor BBQ style dining. The Wine Bar has an extensive wine, beer & cocktail list plus an all day grazing menu Tuesday through Fridays. The Coffee Lounge and Carbine Bar offer a relaxing venue for that well earned drink.
The feature room on Level 17 offers breathtaking views over Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay. Seating up to 500 guests or 600 for cocktails, this pillarless, multi-configurable space, with exclusive use of the entire level, is perfect for any gala or conference event. On Level 2, six multi-purpose meeting rooms can be booked individually or you may combine 2 or 3 rooms, enabling seating for up to 180 guests. Each room is spacious, with abundant natural light, opening onto a welcoming foyer or spacious outdoor terrace area. The Wine Cellar is a unique venue with an intimate atmosphere, perfect for private dining or enjoying the fine wine list.