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When the liquor cupboard is bare head to one of Melbourne's late-night bottle shops

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The Railway Hotel
The gang at the Railway Hotel know their audience well. They supply hordes of late-night Chapel Street revellers with party fuel at all manner of ungodly hours –they never close. Windsor.

Open till midnight

Clarinda Cellars
Rocking the suburbs, Clarinda Cellars will ensure that even a late-night, house party drop-in doesn’t mean you have to show up empty handed. Clayton South.

You’ve got until midnight to get your beverages off old mate Duncan. Melbourne.

The Evelyn Hotel
It's all about cheap pots and great gigs at the Evelyn, but if you want to host an after party then they'll also do off-license sales until midnight. Fitzroy.

Finding a bottle-o that is open after 9pm on a Sunday is a trick in itself. But thanks to McCoppins we have two to rely on, and both are open daily until midnight. Fitzroy and Abbotsford

Star City Liquor Store
This inner-city liquor store stays open until the witching hour on the nights when it counts most: Friday and Saturday. Melbourne.

Open past midnight

The Exford Hotel
Right in the thick of the CBD, the Exford Hotel bottle shop stays open until 3am every night of the week. Melbourne.

The Rising Sun Hotel
Richmond’s Rising Sun Hotel will dole out take-home booze until 1am, seven nights a week. Richmond.

Riversdale Hotel
Open daily until 3am, the Riversdale Hotel’s Thirsty Camels is an oasis for Melbourne’s late night punters who are keen to kick on at home. Hawthorn.

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