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Best bars in Melbourne

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“Located above The Melbourne Supper Club, Siglo is a broad rooftop terrace with views over Spring Street and Parliament House. It’s not Melbourne’s cheapest place for a drink, but you get what you pay for – table service from attentive and knowledgeable staff, a substantial wine and cocktail list and sophisticated late-night atmosphere.”
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Asian Restaurant
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“[Fusion] Prepare to wait... it's always crowded. Suitable for a small group 2-4pax as the food are mostly for sharing.”
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“Tust over the road from the grandiose-yet-stoic Parliament House building. The venue is owned and operated by the same crew as its next door neighbour The European, who are also responsible for the Melbourne Supper Club, Siglo bar and Neapoli, among others. Each venue is unique, distinctly themed and equally charming.”
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“Modern European dishes and a nose-to-tail menu in a laid-back dining room. ”
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Wine Bar
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“An elegant late night bar with an old-world feel. There is another bar above called Siglo with an outdoor terrace.”
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“Here you'll find that perfect balance of comfort and class: all your cocktails come in beautiful cut glassware; Tom Waits is on the stereo, and on a chilly night they’ll fire up the open fireplace to turn the charm offensive up to 11. And we haven’t even got to the impeccable drinks list yet. Like all good hosts, these guys have a catalogue of recipes squirrelled away from former menus and the canon of classics, so all you need do is list off some keywords and they’ll magic up something delicious.”
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“Renowned as a sports pub with an enviable location at the top end of Bourke Street, the Imperial Hotel reached new heights with the inspired decision to make use of its commanding views of Parliament House and plonk a rooftop bar on its top level. Cushioned benches and umbrellas create a comfy atmosphere, while the expansive wooden deck cries out for a flamenco-stomp back to the table. While equipped with permanent heaters, more heaters pop up in a marquee in winter to keep the warmth in. 2-8 Bourke Street”
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“Sister to Double Happiness, this Chinese-themed cocktail and wine bar is one of Melbourne's best kept laneway secrets – and not just due to its hidden red door and a total absence of signage.”
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“One of Melbourne's infamous lane-way cocktail bars - right outside our door!”
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Wine Bar
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“Super close - just around the corner on Little Bourke. A cosy restaurant and wine bar with good service. ”
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Gastropub
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“If you haven't tried a Parma yet, what are you waiting for. They have a great menu! ”
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“Take heed: Longsong is no holding bar for Longrain. David Moyle's menu is something that is not so much Thai or even Thai-ish but a document that might have once been waved in the direction of the kingdom of Siam. ”
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“A gorgeous basement wine bar that specialies wine predominantly made by female wine makers.”
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