Natural History takes inspiration from the world’s iconic natural history museums, to offer a little bit of whimsy and a lot of opportunity to go wild. It’s split into two spaces: Natural History Bar and Grill, and the street-front Natural History Café. Whether you tuck yourself into a comfy booth or dance on the tables is entirely up to you.
The menu should satisfy even the most adventurous of diners, featuring American bar and grill classics. Appetite of a lion? Go for the 1kg T-bone steak. To wash it down you can choose from a long list of natural wines, craft and non-pasteurised beers, cocktails, spirits and liquors.
The 350-seat venue is visually striking, with eclectic artwork, hand-studded upholstered bars and red-checked floors. Magical artwork spans five metres of dining room wall space. It blends elements of mural, diorama and taxidermy to create a natural world of foxes, mountain goats and peacocks, providing the perfect backdrop for a unique dining experience.