That's right, Melbourne: it's not long now before we crown the best in the bar scene. Our Time Out reviewers spend the year searching for the...The Mill House, 277-279 Flinders Ln, Melbourne
Overlooking the river and city, Hophaus at Southbank boasts one of the best vantage points in town for watching the midnight fireworks. Not only...Hophaus, 3 Southgate Ave, Southbank
Staged beneath the distinctive clay pot ceiling at George Calombaris' fun-loving Greek street food establishment Gazi , two New Year's...Gazi, 2 Exhibition St, Melbourne
As part of the greater North South Feast West , every Friday night in February the Immigration Museum turns its courtyard into a cantina. Shmooze...Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St, Melbourne
Ronnie Di Stasio is a legend. Art lover. Lady admirer. A man of the old school of hospitality who knows when to cross a palm with a free drink,...31 Fitzroy St, St Kilda
New review coming soon! For the last decade, the Black Pearl has rocked Melbourne’s socks off harder than any other bar in town. The...304 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
There aren’t a lot of bars that embody the tenets of hospitality as well as Gerald’s. That’s because there aren’t a lot of booze dons like...386 Rathdowne St, Carlton North
Push the buzzer, wait patiently, and when you’re collected from the door, try, try to enter Hihou with a level of decorum that’s fitting....1 Flinders Ln, Melbourne
If we were to tell you that another natural wine bar opened, but this time in St Kilda, serving French food next to a cheese shop and named after...2/157 Fitzroy St, St Kilda
We’re a sucker for a piece of Rockpool rump, but these pubs are doing it old school and that’s the way we like it.
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Beat old man winter with a stick of firewood and a freshly pulled pint.
Eat for free or chump change at these fine bars.
Work your way from cheap beers to sweet tunes on Sydney Road.