Level 1, 79 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Fancy Hank’s serve American-style, slow-cooked BBQ meats, cooked in a custom-built, 2 tonne smoker. Brisket, ribs and pulled-pork sit alongside the traditional sides as well as a number of unique dishes.
Father’s Office Speakeasy Bar & Restaurant is based on that famed chapter in America’s history, prohibition era 1920s America, when the consumption of alcohol was outlawed.
Fatto Bar & Cantina
100 St Kilda Road, Southbank
Fatto Bar & Cantina offers delicious simple Italian food. Coffee, freshly made pastries and paninis are available from 11am. By noon, the coffee switches to vino, alongside a simple lunch menu that's available all day until 5pm.
31 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne
Climb the two flights of stairs to Ferdydurke to find a hip and lofty space. The menu includes snacks and share plates, such as the Brooklyn Board: smoked and cured meats, house pimiento cheeses, pickles and toasted bread.
Basement 55 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
Hidden in the heart of the CBD, Fiftyfive basement bar is a great spot for an afternoon beer session, or as a late night haunt.
Descend into the basement and submerge yourself into the culture.
FM Karaoke Bar
146 Bourke Street, Melbourne
FM Karaoke & Bar has a modern ground floor bar for casual drinks and open karaoke, or move straight upstairs to one of the eight private karaoke rooms where all aspiring pop stars go!
Songs are updated daily in English, Korean, Chinese and Japanese.
Level 1, 380-384 Little Bourke Street, (enter via Hardware Lane), Melbourne
Spanning the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, French Saloon borrows from the decadence and familiarity of the Parisian bar & bistro, while finding common ground with the enjoyment of raucous company and a sense of mischief.
GG EZ Bar
Basement 95 Queen Street, Melbourne
GG EZ is a dedicated eSports bar, where you can watch professional gaming. Think American sports bar, with touches of Bladerunner – neon signs and brushed concrete.
10 Russell Place, Melbourne
With the largest Gin selection in the southern hemisphere, Gin Palace has a gin for everyone and every occasion. It provides an escape from the drudgery of the day-to-day grind, with full table service by eager and attentive staff.
27-29 Crossley Street, Melbourne
Gingerboy is a modern Australian adaptation of Asian hawker-style street market food. The restaurant’s fast-paced, youthful and dynamic environment is influenced by buzzing Asian marketplaces and an Asian sense of colour and fun.