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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Melbourne 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 Melbourne via location, cuisine or features.
Trunk Food And Wine Precinct
Occupying the garden corner of Exhibition and Little Lonsdale Streets, it boasts one of largest outdoor courtyards in the CBD, and is home to a 150 year-old heritage listed Coral Tree, which inspired the name 'Trunk'. Showcasing modern Italian food and pizza, as well as a large selection of local and international wines, beer and cocktails. Trunk is one of the most unique and versatile venues in the CBD.
Baden Powell Hotel
The Baden Powell Hotel has been Collingwood’s local watering hole for 130 years. Rich with history and heart, the Baden Powell is located on the edge of East Melbourne, Richmond, Fitzroy and the CBD. The Baden offers 12 rotating taps filled with local seasonal craft beer, over 50 bottles of imported and local beer and cider, Italian and Australian centered wine selection and fresh wholesome modern Italian food.
The Grand Warrandyte
Constructed in 1895 The Grand has seen a lot in its time – from devastating fires to torrential floods, our Grand has stood proudly for over 100 years as the backbone to the Warrandyte township. A bar to lean on, an empty stomach to satisfy, a meeting place for locals, a destination for the culinary curious – we are all about good food and good times.
The Yarra Hotel
Welcome to The Yarra Hotel Abbotsford. Depending how you look at it, we are either one year or 160 years old. We took over the joint in September 2012 and spent six months trying to find the old pub that was underneath there somewhere… and when we finally did, weren’t we ecstatic! It’s a ripper! The beer garden can be seen from the moon and the side bar/dining area (The J.P. Saunders Room) is an absolute haven when intimacy is what you require. Food wise; we’ve got the pub classics covered. The kitchen is open until 9.30pm most nights and open for lunch Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Yarra is perfect for parties and we’re here to help you with your special event. The function menu is a fine thing indeed and can be tailored to suit your budget and party size. Just ask our friendly staff at the bar or shoot us an email. There’s always bound to be some fine live original music coming up. We tend to have something playing at least four – if not five or six – nights a week from 8.30pm Monday – Saturday and 4pm on Sundays. We’ve had some cracking shows in our first 2 years of operation and there’s some pearlers coming up.
The Vine Hotel
The kitchen is open for dinner 7 nights a week, with great dinner specials every week. Offering fast and friendly service, the Vine is a great place to stop on the way to the footy, for Friday night work drinks or just to catch up with your mates for a tasty meal. Depending on your mood (or the weather) choose between our outdoor seating or our mezzanine dining area, or just pull up a table in the bar, there are plenty of options for you and your friends.
Portello Rosso Jamon Bar
Concealed behind a red doorway in a covert laneway off Little Bourke street resides Portello Rosso, a small tapas and Jamón restaurant. We pride ourselves on our honest and passionate interpretation of the Spanish way of dining and drinking: shared plates, fresh produce, wines from Spain, Australia and around the world, Sherry, Sidra, Raciones and succulent slices of Jamón, all tied together with relaxed yet professional service.
Want edgy? Want rough? Want fun? GAZI is here. Named after and inspired by an eclectic neighbourhood surrounding an old gasworks in Athens, GAZI is a Greek restaurant in Melbourne CBD where anything goes. From the ink-splattered walls to industrial steel benches, GAZI is a no-frills, no-fuss bar-slash-Greek-restaurant where you can drink, eat and let loose – without the rules.
Nelson 382 Restaurant
Nelson 382 Restaurant has been serving downtown sophistication at reasonable suburban prices for over 20 years. Relax in the old world Tudor style main dining room, cosy romantic private booths or cheerful sun filled atrium. The places to sit are as varied as the menu. A complete selection consisting of top quality steaks, seafood, chicken and pasta. Vegetarian and gluten free alternatives are also available. A restaurant for all occasions, it is fully licensed, and open 7 evenings with lunch Sunday to Friday.