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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Windsor has some of the best dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best venues in Windsor via location, cuisine or features.
Blackhearts & Sparrows Wine Purveyors
Welcome to Blackhearts & Sparrows Wine Purveyors, your gateway to the pleasures of hand crafted wine, beer & cider. Blackhearts & Sparrows was formed as a reaction to the assumption that good wine has to be expensive & the belief that specialist wine stores are pretentious, even a little scary.
Hoo Haa Bar & Restaurant
Unique Hidden Bar in Chapel Street Windsor Hoo haa is a place where you can drop in for an afternoon drink, enjoy an evening of fine dining, enjoy a late evening cocktail with a friend or get the whole crew together and party until the wee hours of the morning... Situated at the Windsor end of Chapel Street, upstairs, you'll find what we like to think of as the 'unassuming gem' in our little slice of one of Melbourne's most vibrant precincts.
The Railway Hotel
Located at 29 Chapel St, Windsor, the hotel represents an unique venue in Melbourne offering a range of hospitality and retail liquor options, including the only 24 hour bottle shops in Victora, in addition to a number of private function spaces, beer garden, bar & restaurant.
Borsch Vodka & Tears
Founded by a trio of Polish expats, this restaurant/bar has a warm bohemian atmosphere, with candle-strewn wooden tables and gilded mirrors. The menu is apt, offering Polish cuisine and over 100 vodkas from the Eastern Bloc. The vodka infusions and varietals can be experienced straight up in delicate shot glasses, on the rocks, or made into a fantastic hot vodka tea. The classic and house-created cocktails are well worth ordering and arrive festooned with fruit, making it difficult not to want to swap sips with your friends. The relaxed vibe and quality of the food and drinks even make Borsch, Vodka and Tears worth a walk down Chapel Street on a Saturday night, though you may find yourself waiting for a table.