349 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Step behind Bluestone’s modest Flinders Lane frontage and namesake bluestone walls, and take your pick of several atmospheric drinking and dining areas.
Opening early for breakfast and trading until late at night, Bluetrain is well known for its hearty meals, efficient service and value for money.
Tenancy 1, Ground, 28 Freshwater Place, Southbank
Boccata is a popular Southbank pit stop for breakfast, brunch or a workday lunch. The food is hearty and inventive, and Boccata can cater for functions.
Bohemian Wine Bar
DFO South Wharf
Bohemian Wine Bar offers guests sharing-style dishes with modern flavours designed to complement the perfect marriage of food and wine.
209-211 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Boilermaker House is a fun yet sophisticated, blues filled bar devoted to whisky, craft beer, meat and cheese.
They offer over 700 whiskies, laid out by flavour profile. There are also 12 revolving beer taps with another 70 boutique bottles available.
2 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Serving contemporary Chinese cuisine from the Yellow and Yangtze River regions, Bokchoy Tang specialises in steamed dishes, dumplings and seafood.
Menus range from banquets to dim sum, vegetarian dishes, chicken, fish and seafood.
Bomba Tapas Bar And Rooftop
103 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Formerly The Aylesbury, this venue has been revamped as Bomba Tapas Bar and Rooftop. Bomba is a Spanish workers bar where the simple and affordable tapas menu is designed to share. Ejoy fresh, festive, punchy food.
68 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Boney is a dive bar, band room, dance floor and late night club. It’s run by the team behind Revolver Upstairs, The Toff in Town, Cookie and Magic Mountain Saloon.
Level 1 258 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Bornga is a traditional Korean barbecue den, with custom made cooking tables and hose extractor fans dangling from the roof. It also offers Korean fusion Chinese Food.
Breslin Bar and Grill
2 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank
The New York-flavoured Breslin Bar & Grill is all about premium meat – and that means every cut of the entire beast, whether pig, cow or lamb.