Cheap drinks and food specials. This Melbourne Bars short list guide gives you 10 of the best bars and pubs offering happy hour deals and specials on Fridays. From city to suburbs our short list guide gets you connected instantly!
Republica St Kilda Beach serves up laid back dining and drinks beachside 'for the people'. Experience uninterrupted views whilst you dine, or simply lounge beachside and sip on a cocktail. This unique setting of beach culture invites you to soak up the vibe in the grassy courtyard, enjoy live tunes on the weekends, in St Kilda's Backyard.
Secretly hidden in the beautiful bayside suburb of Aspendale and also widely regarded for its professional and friendly services. Rossdale is without doubt the perfect place for a corporate conference , birthdays, family celebration or intimate and elegant wedding all year round. Our newly renovated clubhouse with golf course views, relaxed and modern outdoor areas with picturesque garden spaces make every occasion, one to remember. Renowned for its inclusive and friendly club culture, Rossdale is a club for the whole family Our family friendly restaurant and outdoor activities ensure that Rossdale Golf Club truly is one of a kind. Everyone is welcome here at Rossdale Golf Club. So come down and view the facilities today and see for yourself why everyone is talking about the new and improved Rossdale Golf Club.
The Train Yard Café offers up a modern breakfast & lunch menu 7 days a week, as well as house smoked BBQ meats from the Radar Hill smoker accompanied by live music on Friday nights.With all your current Breakfast favourites from an Acai Bowl to your obligatory Avo Breakfast and serving up the highest quality coffee from Axil Coffee Roasters, The Train Yard is a buzzing breakfast/brunch spot amongst locals.On the lunch menu, you will find all the smoked meats offered up from the in house smoker accompanied by a large selection of burgers which includes a 5 hour smoked pulled pork burger.The Platform complete with it’s beer garden feel & festoon lighting is the ideal outdoor fully licensed bar, for those with a thirst. With communal seating The Platform is quickly becoming a favourite with Heidelberg locals for private parties for small and large groups celebrating into the evening. Tables can be booked daily for any size group.With the addition of a large screen TV & Foxtel The Platform is now the ideal place to watch all of your favourite live sports.Al fresco and traditional dining is also available and the venue is set up complete with wifi and is perfect for business lunches & corporate meetings for those situated in Melbourne’s inner northern suburbs
29th apartment is a re-creation of an apartment originally inhabited by the infamous Katishe: a salacious struggling artist who worked the local streets by night to support her passion and hopes of one day being discovered for her talents as a painter. A little after the time Jack Kerouac and Sid Vicious rented rundown rooms at New York City’s Chelsea Hotel, Katishe created her own slice of NYC at 29th apartment. When this gorgeous eccentric walked the dangerous streets at night and brought the rough and tumble men and women back to her place, none of her clients expected the maze of abstract oil paintings that stacked the walls. Fixated with the underground art and cultural movement that Andy Warhol had championed (and perhaps used to being up all night with her trade), most of Katishe’s paintings tell stories from the streets of NYC, the city that never sleeps. Since her mysterious disappearance in the early 80s, 29th apartment has only existed as a memory until 2009 when the current owners of the bar found her self-portrait, ‘Katishe’ as well as remnants of her personal life that are thought to have been part of her night time craft. Paying homage to this hard-working woman, the new owners re-imagined 29 Fitzroy Street as a bar and casual art gallery. With a fish tank that houses a now water-discoloured dildo in the cute bedroom, a decal of a back alleyway that leads to the toilets and a bookcase full of Katishe’s literary inspiration, 29th apartment brings the underbelly of St Kilda and New York together in a blend that can only be understood by taking a look into the heart of Katishe. 29th apartment welcomes you to ring its buzzer and enter into the comfy lounge room for a night of NYC inspired artwork, music, food and beverages.
Quietly tucked away in a Queen Street basement, Chaise Lounge is a Melbourne institution spanning over 20 years. Catering to both the corporate world and weekend clubbers Chaise Lounge has the weekends covered. Friday Afterwork Drinks offer a comfy lounge where you can enjoy a yummy cocktail and the best happy hour drink prices in Melbourne. Then Friday Night Chaise Lounge transforms into "BLBC FRIDAYS" Hip-Hop and R&B including all night drink specials $7 JagerBombs - $7 fireball - $7 Captain Morgan.Every Saturday Chaise Lounge presents "RHYTHM NATION" Old Skool vs New Skool R&B.
A sister venue to the Peninsula’s Southside Social set in the heart of Chapel Street, Windsor. Southside Central will have all the favourites from the Peninsula location and is spread across two levels with an outdoor rooftop.
Hidden away above BarNone and signposted very subtly, we offer some of the most surprising and welcome city views in the east, this discreet and understated manner being at the very heart of our charm.With six rotating beers on tap and constant keg changes, we pride ourselves on our craft beer range. The extensive list offers both locally-brewed and imported craft beer and cider – the perfect bevvies to complement any of our southern-style dishes.Some local brewers often featured on tap include Red Hill, Kaiju, Wolf of the Willows, Exit, Holgate Brewery, Moo Brew, Hargreaves Hill and many more. We also like to think we offer something for everyone, if your drink of choice isn’t beer trust us we have you covered.Our menu is driven by distinct southern flavours – think Buffalo Chicken Wings, Spicy Quesadillas, Flavoursome Gumbo and Beef Debris. Hearty and soulful, our menu transports you to balmy, downtown New Orleans.
Tucked away at the start of Chapel St, motherMilk invites you in with its deep leather couches, fantastic cocktail list and on cold nights, its blazing fire.You can melt into the sofas and knock back a couple of vodkas or a few Asahi’s [on tap], Venture out the back and you will discover the Open Air Deck Bar where its still ok to smoke. The deck is usable in all weather, Dry & well heated, perfect for groups of up to 60.MotherMilk is a place which is full of people who are having a pre-massive night warm up, or people who are ready to stay. You might wonder how this end of Chapel St ever survived without us!Mother’s Milk caters to functions of all types and sizes.They are more than happy to accommodate you with your own private area, food catering options.
Between exposed brick walls sits a wood stained bar, under polished copper with incandescent globes illuminating hardwood tables and a fire place where groups and couples enjoy drinks and delicious food.Hidden out the back a sheltered court yard scattered with repurposed hardwood tables and recycled planter boxes containing lush foliage.A bar of quality ingredients, food and booze accompanied by music ranging from hip andparty jams to various styles of house and electronic.For friends and lovers alike, in the common cause that is a local watering hole. Open seven days a week...
The National Hotel is located in Geelong's CBD. Wander between our three levels, each offering a unique experience for diners & drinks alike.Public bar - offers casual dining and a wide range of craft beer, wine and spirits.Dining room - a more intimate dining space, where we invite you to settle in for a while. This ambient room offers an open fireplace and unique views of geelong's cbd. Rooftop terrace - unquestionably one of the best spots in the cbd for a drink. Our rooftop has a retractable roof so it's suitable for all days of the year. If offers skyline views, lift access and a collection of seasonal cocktails. The national hotel is the perfect place in the city to enjoy modern Australian cuisine in a laid-back atmosphere.
The Royal Melbourne Hotel is one of this cities most-unique dining and event spaces.On the former site of Melbourne's City West Police Station, RMH incorporates historical features & modern architecture to culminate in one of the most iconic buildings. Equipped with 5 unique areas - including an impressive glass-enclosed Atrium, heritage-listed bluestone cellblock, and an all-weather heated courtyard bar, RMH is the perfect place for all occasions. RMH can accommodate bookings & special occasions of any size including Christmas/ EOFY party, birthday, trivia and corporate event, wedding, conference, awards night, product launch, networking, uni nights and more...Flexible food and beverage packages and an intrinsic understanding of clients needs have formed many long-term working relationships with clientele and make booking your next celebration a breeze. Conveniently located within minutes from Etihad Stadium & Southern Cross Station, RMH is ideal for all corporate and social celebrations.
The Lincoln is a grand old Carlton hotel built in 1854. Since the end of 2014, she has seen a new lease of life under the direction of Iain Ling (ex MoVida) on the floor and Howard Stamp (ex MoVida, Green Park Dining) in the kitchen. The menu is available throughout the venue 7 days a week lunch and dinner, with the kitchen closing at 10pm every night and all day dining available on weekends.The kitchen works closely with small regional suppliers and is focused on using sustainable and seasonal produce, with as much as possible made in-house, from their bread, mustard and pickles to curing their own free-range bacon. The public bar has retained its art-deco features, with 12 taps featuring craft beer, showcasing speciality brewing at its best, and trusty Carlton Draught for when the footy is on the big screen. The space lends itself to a variety of areas suitable for groups of any size, whether a sit-down meal in the semi-private dining room, or standing canapés in the front bar. With generous group menus and a wine list focused on small interesting producers, there are plenty of pleasant surprises to be found if you are keen to try something a little different. There is a bottleshop available over the bar so if you find something in the list you like, you can always take an extra one home with you. If it’s a celebration you’re planning, they have you covered, be it for birthday engagement, anniversary or family get-togethers, the warm and professional team will work with you closely to make sure every last detail of your celebration is right for you. For a more intimate night, why not treat your loved one to a ‘Full Lincoln’ where you put your trust in the chef’s hands as they feed you eight of their favourite dishes over the course of the meal. Lunch specials for $18 are available from noon to 3pm and happy hour specials are on everyday until 6pm.
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