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Phone | (03) 9654 5394
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The Melbourne Rooftop Bar above Curtin House is a popular spot for after-work drinks, but there’s more on offer than just that. There are an impressive selection of cocktails, beer and cider available as well as neat wine. Burgers and fries are also available for your hunger cravings.
The Rooftop Cinema is the main attraction and CBD views above Cookie on the seventh floor of Curtin House are breath-taking. The Rooftop Bar at Curtin House is an open-air venue with a stunning view of the city.
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Goldilocks bar is a rooftop bar with a focus on local Victorian craft brew & wine but also showcases the weird and wonderful from around the globe. With quality original and classic cocktails, delectable food options and a big focus on sustainability and recycling.
Take the lift to level 4 Deyers Building, you can also order Chinese-style bar bites from Mr Kwok downstairs, including crispy salt and pepper chicken ribs and steamed Shanghai dumplings.
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The Lui Bar Melbourne is a sophisticated cocktail bar situated on Level 55 of the Rialto building. The atmospheric space echoes Melbourne’s Gold Rush-era with its decadent décor and an extensive wine, Champagne, beer and spirit collection.
Make your reservation at Lui Bar for a tempting snack menu designed by Vue de monde. The atmospheric space echoes Melbourne’s Gold Rush-era with its decadent décor and an extensive wine, Champagne, beer and spirit collection.
Phone | (03) 9654 8680
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The Emerald Peacock rooftop bar provides both an indoor and outdoor space for guests to enjoy a delicious selection of cocktails, wine, beers and spirits. Inside the Peacock Lounge is all about sophistication – think plush sofas set around a wood burning fire perfect for intimate gatherings or parties up to 12 guests.
Hera’s Blessing is a light, fruity cocktail that’s easy to sip on. Hello Vera is spicy twist on Last Word – it has an herbal taste with hints of smoky flavour.
Her Rooftop Bar
Phone | (03) 9997 0437
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Her Rooftop Bar sits atop the historic Pacific House with a carefully curated selection of boutique wines, beers and spirits. Located on Lonsdale Street in Melbourne’s CBD since 1903, the five-storey former administrative headquarters of Sniders & Abrahams—a cigar and cigarette manufacturer—has been beautifully restored to its former glory.
The ground level’s an amber-lit boudoir of fluted glass, honey-coloured walls and a rouge terrazzo floors, offers all-day cocktails, French influenced share plates and an elegant lounge area.
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Welcome to Runner Up, the rooftop bar and caretaker’s residence hybrid in the heart of Collingwood. The unique space offers 270-degree views of the surrounds, with laminate tables, bright-orange vinyl chairs and dreamy cloud-covered walls.
The Mediterranean theme – cumquat trees and fig trees are scattered around the space. Italian-inspired cocktail menu with top shelf Australian spirits. The Spritz Lexia has mandarin liqueur and the Australiano features Okar bitters, Americano cocktail, Campari, sweet vermouth and soda water.
Johnny’s Green Room
Phone | (03) 9347 1619
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Johnny’s Green Room rooftop bar offers an experience whether you want to enjoy a drink, watch the sunset or party until the early hours of the morning, Johnny’s has something for you. It has a neon-lit Sirena “Tonno” sign restored after sitting atop the building for decades and 15-metre long bar serving an impressive drinks list.
With its own entrance off King and Godfree Lane (next door to K&G Espresso Bar) it comfortably fit 200 & has 360-degree views of Carlton. Its location on level three.
Prince Alfred Rooftop & Bar
Phone | (03) 9982 1813
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The Prince Alfred Hotel is housed in a historic building transformed to include a shipping container for pop-up kitchens, a rooftop bar beer garden. Preserving the exterior of the 100-year old Grattan Street pub. The Alfred sports contemporary furniture, floral wallpaper and pink surfaces.
It includes a ground-floor restaurant and café called Graziella reopened in April 2018 after closing for a revamp at the end of 2017 & bought by 100 Burgers Group. There’s 60 taps serving nine different beers – McCracken’s Amber Ale, Goose Island IPA, and Carlton Draught.
QT Melbourne Rooftop
Phone | (03) 8636 8800
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QT is the only rooftop bar in Melbourne that’s open all year round. You can enjoy a cheeky cocktail up on QTs exclusive balcony, with cosy winter awnings and hot summer starry nights, this is an all-seasons venue.
Located at the superb designer hotel QT Melbourne, Rooftop at QT is a modern cocktail lounge. With indoor lounge and open air terrace, it offers both modern cocktails. They offer Japanese Wagyu Sandwich or Pulled Pork Burger as well as other light bites like olives served with grilled breads or house made pickles.
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Loop Top, is an extension of Loof Roof – creating a unique twin-tiered open-air rooftop hospitality garden space. With a superb array of tap beers, punk craft cans, crack local wines, kitchen menu and inventive cocktails; Melbourne’s only vertical garden; Loop Roof boasts panoramic open-to-the-sky views like no other!
Bar snacks such as sliders, tacos and arancini balls are also on offer, making it the perfect spot to refuel while enjoying cocktails or beer. Open 7 days a week with plenty of comfy lounge furniture.
Phone | (03) 8609 3161
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Union Electric is a hip hop laneway cocktail bar and rooftop gin garden that creates strange new flavours. They have craft beers, gin, rum, and are named after Bill Murray’s character in the film “Groundhog Day.” Union Electric has an old school vibe with modern twists on classic cocktails.
Tucked away on Heffernan Lane under the lightning bolt in Melbourne’s Chinatown. With drinks like the Kum Den Botanica (the title is a nod to the bar’s neighbour), a Penicillin Cocktail or a Death Flip.
Phone | (03) 8601 2720
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daHa Bar is a 15th floor rooftop nightclub in Melbourne. Fridays means Project 15, where you dance to Latin, RnB and disco till late. Saturdays are for house music lovers with the best DJs from around the world playing their favourite tracks to keep you dancing all night long.
The CBD location right at the top of Queen Street Mall, giving you 360 degree views over Melbourne’s cityscape including Port Phillip Bay and Albert Park Lak.
Naked In The Sky
Phone | (03) 9416 2238
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Naked in the Sky is Fitzroy’s go-to rooftop bar. Take the lift up from its downstairs counterpart, Naked for Satan, and make a beeline for the outdoor area. Melbourne’s only rooftop bar with a view of the Dandenongs & the outdoor area is heated during winter.
The menu features Basque-influenced modern Australian cuisine, with items such as beef tartare, jamon serrano and tofu sliders. Soak up the sun on the rooftop terrace or take shelter under one of the striped umbrellas.
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Gigi’s rooftop Thornbury bar is the place to be. This tiny rooftop is only accessible via Umberto Group Espresso Bar, so you’ll have to seek it out. To drink, try their grapefruit house spritz or the Pina Colada Punch for a tropical mix.
Marco Finanzio, who owns both Umberto and Gigi with his wife Carla Barbieri, is passionate about creating a fun and relaxed atmosphere. The menu features dishes like ricotta-filled zucchini flowers, marinated sardine skewers and fried ’nduja soldiers with three cheeses.
Phone | (03) 9662 2629
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Fable is a rooftop bar that stands on the 13th level of Melbourne’s Greek Community Building. With a view of the Arts Centre, Bolte Bridge and Eureka Skydeck. Alessandro Nardini (Nick and Nora’s) is the head bartender signature drink is Hannibal’s Dream, made with bourbon, pine and aquafaba.
Developed by former Press Club chef Alex Xinis, draws on Mediterranean influences and features delicious dishes like calamari with ouzo mayonnaise, lentil and eggplant moussaka, and lamb shoulder with horiatiki (Greek salad) and tzatziki.
Phone | (03) 9654 6631
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Siglo Bar is a modern architectural design with incredible views of Melbourne. The space has two levels, made up of timber and steel which acts as a wraparound staircase to the second level where you can enjoy CBD rooftop views from behind glass walls. Designed by studio/collective.
The rooftop bar is modern and stylish with city views spanning the floodlit columned façade of Parliament spire and St Patrick’s Cathedral to Princess Theatre. With its Parisian wicker chairs and wooden garden furniture, the terrace provides the perfect setting for enjoying a classic cocktail.
Good Heavens Rooftop Bar
Phone | (03) 9453 2882
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Good Heavens Rooftop Bar is a Miami Palm Springs-inspired rooftop bar in the heart of Melbourne. With its vibrant colours, ’70s- and ’80s-inspired cocktails and Hawaiian shirt-clad staff. Whether you’re looking for a Pina Colada, Mai Tai or Harvey Wallbanger, they’ve got you covered.
The rum has been coconut-fat-washed to give the Pina Colada an extra kick. located above Fancy Hanks. The Americana theme of the barbeque restaurant is carried through the rooftop bar. Think cheeseburgers; nachos with brisket mole; fried cauliflower with vegan ranch dressing.
Phone | (03) 7036 0346
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Campari House rooftop bar sports panoramic views of the Melbourne’s skyline serving up delicious Italian food and drinks since 1967. With heaters and a retractable roof, Campari House is open all year round! Indulge in classic cocktails like the Negroni or Bellini, or try their extensive wine and beer list.
Previously known as Campari Bistro, Italian-inspired restaurant and bar. Up to 120 guests can be accommodated and you’ll find them on Hardware Lane in Melbourne’s CBD. With a range of different rooms to choose from- including leather couches and cocktail tables – guests will find their perfect spot.
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Pomelo rooftop bar is located on the same building above Bouvardia. It has an interesting, candy-shop vibe to it and offers many drinks with novelty in both flavour and presentation. The Moon Dog Fizzer post-mix machine is also available for those looking for something unique.
Located directly above Bouvardia. With a focus on fermentation, Dom Garreffa has whipped up some delicious cocktails like the B.A.B., a fermented play on black-apple brandy; and Honey, I Burnt the Yogurt, a non-alcoholic cocktail starring Greek yogurt cooked over four days.
Phone | (03) 9534 0211
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The Espy Balcony, one of Melbourne’s most iconic live music venues, has reopened after a massive redevelopment. The 12 metre-bar now features three stages, two restaurants and amazing views of the bay from the rooftop bar.
This grand seaside hotel has been a centrepiece of St Kilda, and a live-music icon, since 1878. The espy balcony can accommodate up to 100 guests cocktail style, or 50 guests seated. Bought by Sand Hill Road (owners of the Waterside Hotel, Garden State and Prahran Hotel among others) opened again, revamped and revitalised, in December 2018.
Phone | (03) 9810 0082
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Harlow, the latest rooftop bar and pub situated in Richmond Melbourne with a sleek and stylish design. The Great Britain Hotel was a rock’n’roll pub, was transformed in January 2019 into Harlow by the people behind St Kilda’s Newmarket Hotel, and city bars State of Grace and Trinket).
Downstairs you`ll find a main bar and beer garden, and even more so up on the open-air rooftop terrace. Lush and stylish, the rooftop wraps around the building and comes surrounded with amazing views over the Melbourne skyline. The U-shaped bar offers a mix of high and low tables, alongside picnic bench-style seating.
Upside Rooftop & Bar
Phone | (03) 9417 4127
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Upside rooftop & bar offers well-made Asian inspired cocktails and mid priced Australian wines. Paul Adamo and Vince Sofo transformed the Old Colonial Inn, & turned the ground and first floors into Ichi Ni Nana and Cappo Sociale. Three floors of fun, with Japanese-inspired murals lining the staircase, izakaya bites at Ichi Ni, and Thai-style street food at Village People.
The indoor lounge is largely made out of recycled wood and the terrace surrounded by exposed black brick walls. With a Japanese / South East Asian in inspiration, Upside is the place for creative and very well made cocktails.
Phone | (03) 9427 7300
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The Corner Hotel rooftop bar is one of Melbourne’s most legendary live music venues. With 800 capacity, this rowdy space has hosted some of the world’s biggest stars-from Mick Jagger to David Gilmour and Queens of the Stone Age. The pub has been a live music venue since the 1940s and current owners Tim Northeast and Mathew Everett have been at the helm since 1995.
Head Chef Shannon Rice has created a menu that includes house-made charcuterie, crispy chicken parma, and sticky date pudding. For drinks menu there’s a rotating beer list, as well as classic favourites like Carlton, Melbourne Bitter and Peroni.
Phone | (03) 9650 5778
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Bomba restaurant and rooftop bar is a late-night tapas stalwart owned by Jesse Gerner’s Tigerbird Group (Añada, Nomada). The ground-level restaurant is dark, narrow. Importing spirits and wine directly from Spain. The menu includes tapas and larger share plates from chef and co-owner Andrew Fisk.
Renowned for cured, baked, grilled and slow-cooked meats include the so-sticky, so-gooey, 12-hour Pedro Ximenez-braised pork jowl, the bone marrow and Wagyu cecina. With a newly renovated rooftop in 2018, there’s 120-person standing capacity, plus a fully convertible terrace with retractable roof and drop-down windows.
Madame Brussels is a Melbourne rooftop bar located in the city’s historic and infamous ‘red light’ district, it was resurrected by Tom Rattigan (Lily Blacks, Double Happiness, New Gold Mountain) and Joshua Stevens (New Gold Mountain) after being closed for some time.
This third-floor establishment also boasts a city terrace garden with skyscraper vistas. Blankets are available for those willing to brave the terrace on Melbourne’s wintry nights. From the bright pink walls and lush greenery to the sweet treats and refreshing drinks, this spot is perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of city life.
The Local Taphouse
Phone | (03) 9537 2633
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The Local Taphouse Rooftop has an extensive craft beer list, including some of Melbourne`s favourites such as Mountain Goat, James Squire and Stone & Wood. It also offers wine, cider, whisky and cocktails with a rooftop bar offering stunning views of both the city skyline and Port Phillip Bay.
Manager Justin Joiner’s Boasting a stellar selection of craft brews, it opened in 2008. With leather couches and low-slung lamps, the bar feels like your living room – only with better beer. Wander upstairs to find the dining area, as well as a rooftop courtyard with wooden decking and tables.
Phone | (03) 9417 2250
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Easey’s rooftop Collingwood bar is a charming and quintessentially Melbourne venue, with views of the city skyline from five storeys up. The building has been decorated to look like an old-school train carriage, complete with original orange and brown train seats, railway timetables printed on the menu boards and a bar that stocks beer taps.
The rooftop bar is a collaboration between 3 mates and their individuality – Jimmy Hurlston, Phil Martin and Jeremy Gaschk. The HITACHI 153M is a replica of the original carriage that serviced the Melbourne to Pakenham line in 1978.
Phone | (03) 8639 0630
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Heroes is a Southeast Asian-inspired karaoke & rooftop nestled on the 4th floor between Bourke and Little Bourke it’s a Melbourne CBD bar from the team behind Fancy Hank’s. The level-two dining room features an explosion of posters featuring Malaysian ads and classic Southeast Asian pop groups. A the level-two dining room, with Chinese dragon winds its way through multicoloured hula hoops.
Owner Alicia Cheong, Myles Munroe and Kent Bell hit every junk shop, flea market and antique shop they could find to furnish their bar. The result is a space with shiny black tables and bar stools, and a small plate signed by Abdul Hafidz, the owner of antique shop Koleksi Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. His inscription reads: “We are friends”.
Phone | (03) 9810 0042
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The Provincial Rooftop Fitzroy bar has been operating for over 100 years and it’s beautifully decorated with vintage furniture. All-day dining restaurant, and rooftop bar that offers 360 degree views of Melbourne city. The menu is heavy on local produce and shareable plates like slow cooked lamb shoulder with creamy potato salad or grilled octopus with green lentils.
This bar is inspired by the classic lush rooftops gardens of New York, and offers stunning views of the city skyline. Soak up the sun on one of the comfortable loungers, or grab a seat at one of the outdoor tables and soak in all that Brunswick Street has to offer.
Phone | (03) 9810 0062
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Imperial Hotel is Melbourne’s oldest pub, & rooftop bar. The views are amazing and you’ll get 360 degree views of Melbourne city skyline and Parliament House. You can enjoy your pint in an English-style pub where they have all the sports bar with games playing live on TV screens.
The Imperial Hotel is a Melbourne institution dating back to 1858. It’s famous for its large rooftop beer garden and live sports, as well as its original Australian red cedar doors. You can enjoy a great selection of beer and cider on tap, local and international wines and a menu of classic pub fare at this historic venue.
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The Emerson Rooftop bar in South Yarra is one of the most stylish venues in Melbourne. With its three levels, boasting a rooftop with views of the city, a luxurious cocktail bar and lounge on the mid-level and a dynamic event space & Emerson club downstairs.
Featuring a rooftop bar and nightclub, this hotspot has something for everyone. With a retractable roof and ample heating, The Emerson rooftop is a year round destination. The large and bright rooftop terrace is open from Thursday to Sunday.
Palmz Rooftop Bar
Phone | (03) 9663 3246
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Palmz Rooftop Bar, a Melbourne CBD hideaway atop the Carlton Club with lush tropical gardens and secluded location. Whether you’re enjoying one of our delicious cocktails or toasting under the heaters in winter, we guarantee you’ll love spending time at Palmz Rooftop. When it’s chilly, relax by the heaters and enjoy your holiday escape!
Including Palmz Deck, a thatched-roof bar surrounded by luscious green plants add to the island-like atmosphere, retractable roof awnings are ready so you can stay sipping cocktails under the stars.
Marquis of Lorne
Phone | (03) 9417 5001
The Marquis of Lorne is one of Melbourne’s oldest and most loved pubs. With a rich history dating back over 150 years, the pub has something for everyone. Downstairs you’ll find a traditional front bar, while upstairs features a formal dining room. And if you’re looking to soak up some sun, the rooftop bar is the place to be.
Sitting on the corner of George and Kerr Streets Matt Vero and Steve Rowley (owners of Tall Timber, Touchwood and Station Street Trading Co.) have breathed new life into this historic pub, with a focus on fresh, seasonal food.
The Cornish Arms Rooftop
The Cornish Arms is a great pub for all occasions. Whether you’re looking for a vegan-friendly meal or want to enjoy the best rooftop bar in Brunswick, The Cornish Arms has you covered. With its great view of the skyline, it’s the perfect place to relax and take in the surroundings.
This Brunswick bar is an iconic Melbourne pub that has been around since 1872. The Cornish Arms Hotel Brunswick bar offers 12 taps, a rooftop bar and brunch menu for those looking for something more than just beer or wine.
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Captain Baxter’s rooftop restaurant and bar offers panoramic views of St Kilda Beach. An iconic beachside destination perfect for long lunches, sun-down drinks and relaxed vibes. The space is inspired by tropical beach bungalows of the 1920’s and features a fully retractable roof bringing the outdoors in.
The décor is based on the Beachside Bungalows of the 1920s (think amazing wallpapers, lush indoor plants, marine white timbers and stunning views of St Kilda Beach and St Kilda Pier).
Phone | (03) 9428 7882
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Union House Richmond Rooftop Bar has everything from the downstairs front bar serving 10 taps of craft and classics to an upstairs dining room with pub and bistro menu. Up on the roof, there’s our terrace bar that overlooks all of Richmond!
With two floors of dining, Union House offers something for everyone. The upstairs 65 person dining room is more refined, while the 70 seat rooftop terrace is perfect for enjoying a sunny day or night out.
Phone | (03) 9696 3401
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Mr Brownie, Melbourne`s fun British, Indian Curry pub! Offering a unique dining and drinking experience the four story bar and restaurant is open from 12 noon until late for walk ins, and bookings. Hidden behind an unassuming doorand down a flight of stairs to a red-hued speakeasy and dance lounge called the Boom Boom Room. Expect cocktails, neon and tunes aplenty.
This pub takes its inspiration from historical European figures, showcasing the best of Indian-British cuisine. The samosa burger is one of their most popular items – a fresh samosa wrapped in a burger bun and topped with a minty tamarind chutney.
Fargo and Co
Phone | (03) 9810 0077
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Walk into Fargo and Co in Melbourne, and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time. This unique rooftop pub is filled with beautiful vintage décor that will add a touch of glamour to any room. The two-storey Edwardian building has been transformed the heritage Swan Street State Bank.
With an 80-head function space, plasma screen and al fresco courtyard on this Richmond rooftop bar, while the twisted pendant lights add a touch of fun. The huge mural on one wall of the courtyard provides a unique backdrop for your photos. Try an opulent bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 2pm.
Feast of Merit
Phone | (03) 9428 8480
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Feast of Merit is a Melbourne institution, serving delicious Middle Eastern and Southern Mediterranean inspired food and drinks in a venue that reflects the communal nature of the area. Coupled with an intimate rooftop area and private events space, Feast of Merit comes together to provide an unparalleled dining experience.
Prominent external street art, created by Dan Wenn, and beautiful internal gardens designed by Jenna Holmes (aka. Plant Mama) only add to the allure. All proceeds from Feast of Merit will go towards supporting YGAP’s work with youth in some of the poorest parts of the world.
The Stolen Gem
Phone | 0478 220 506
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The Stolen Gem is a luxurious and stylish rooftop bar located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD with 260° degree views of the city. Rooftop restaurant that offers canape-style share plates, as well as an exclusive sushi collaboration with renowned Melbourne sushi restaurant, Uminono.
On Level 8 you’ll find the large terrace with fully retractable rooftop bar. Located on 388 Bourke Street rooftop bar that offers an Australian-Japanese fusion, canapé-style food. The menu features local ingredients and even the drinks are garnished with seasonal botanicals from Yarra Valley’s Spurrell Foraging.
Phone | 0417 572 760
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Sojourn Melbourne is a fresh new outdoor dining experience located on New Chancery Lane a hidden rooftop bar. It’s a ojourn boasts a bold and creative menu comprised of casual sharing plates, designed to showcase the best of Victoria’s produce in a fresh and exciting laneway bistro atmosphere.
This is the brainchild of Curious by Design, layers were added in different forms to create different interior spaces, including the use of softer materials and textures, luxury in elevated and refined furniture, custom-designed lighting, and bold geometric forms.
Phone | (03) 9492 7400
The Q Melbourne is all about celebrating Southeast Asian cuisine and culture. Offering three different dining experiences – an all-day escape on level 28, a café and bubble tea from SingSong on the ground floor. The Q provides elevated street-food inspired by the hawker markets of South East Asia. With vibrant colours, zingy flavours and a fun, relaxed atmosphere.
The Salted Egg offers an inventive take on classic Thai dishes, as well as some unique creations of its own. From the ‘Quincy Sling’ to the ‘Ding Ding’, there’s a drink for everyone at this trendy spot.
Tetto Di Carolina
Bar Carolina, is Tetto Di Carolina – Melbournes newest rooftop bar. The drinks menu has Italian-influenced cocktail classics, along with an extensive European wine list. Owner and head bartender Joe Mammone (Il Bacaro, Bar Carolina, and the now-closed Sarti) has put together Americano – made with Select Aperitivo (Camparis little brother), Maidenii vermouth and strawberries.
It has a six-metre walnut bar, handmade walnut stools and white terrazzo tiles. The designer, Chris Connell, has drawn inspiration from cocktail bars in Italy and Europe.
Phone | (03) 9116 8682
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Farmer’s Daughters is a three-storey love letter to Gippsland and its produce. Alejandro Saravia Pastuso, the celebrated Melbourne-based Peruvian chef opened Farmer’s Daughters in 2021 – bringing a bit of Gippsland to Melbourne CBD.
With three levels to explore, the venue at the prestigious 80 Collins Street. The ground floor Deli is a casual dining and produce retail experience, while the 3rd floor Rooftop Bar has been inspired by the green spaces of regional Victoria. The 2nd floor Restaurant serves formal Gippsland cuisine.
State of Grace Rooftop Bar
Phone | (03) 8563 0020
State of Grace Rooftop is the perfect place to take in the sights and sounds of Melbourne. With a casual, relaxed atmosphere, this bar offers delicious cocktails, tap beers and tinnies alongside grazing plates of cheese and salumi.
The CBD rooftop bar is a beautiful, two-level venue in the heart of the CBD. With marble, mirrors and chandeliers in both the street level restaurant, and in Fall From Grace, the basement bar, it’s a glamorous spot for an after-work drink or dinner with friends.
Suburban Dining & Rooftop
Phone | (03) 8845 9114
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The Suburban Dining is a rooftop bar in Ringwood, Victoria. The venue offers a restaurant, public bar, rooftop bar and courtyard with private dining spaces positioned throughout the venue’s three story architecturally designed space. The restaurant and public bar offer a seasonal menu with two different bottomless brunch experiences.
Offering a unique selection of Victorian craft have to offer, from beer, wine and cider to spirits and cocktails. Try local craft beers from the Public Brewing Co. and hemp based Maku
Dom’s Social Club
Phone | 0401 605 845
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Owned by Sam Peasnell, brother Tom and mate Adam Goldblatt, Dom’s Social Club is a three level bar, restaurant and rooftop, in the space that once housed rooftop bar Peaches and downstairs restaurant Cheek.
Hidden up a narrow staircase on Swanston Street. This three-level bar, restaurant and rooftop offers leather appointed booths on the first floor, as well as sample wood-fired pizzas topped with house-made salumi. The rooftop is perfect for enjoying Melbourne’s balmy nights. There’s a pool table in the back room, and a more casual upstairs area with blue carpet and wood panelling.
The Osborne Rooftop & Bar
Phone | (03) 9866 7918
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The Osborne Rooftop is a chic, sophisticated and stylish rooftop bar with impressive views of the South Yarra skyline. With sofas and tables that accommodate up to 250 guests, The expansive bar serves contemporary cocktails as well as a curated selection of wine, beer, and spirits. Also offer snacks such as calamari, fried chicken & pizzas!
The Osborne rooftop & bar is a two level venue with an urban edge, located in the heart of Melbourne. The front bar is complete with an inviting fireplace, high tables and booth seating. Seating spills into our contained courtyard, which accommodates 30 guests.
Transit Rooftop Bar
Phone | (03) 9654 8808
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Transit Rooftop Bar is Melbourne’s best rooftop bar. On the top floor of Transport Hotel enjoy Yarra river views to Federation Square and Flinders Station. Drinks menu includes stylish cocktails and delicious food out on the warm heated terrace or in the cabaret style interior. Melbourne’s best jazz, blues, funk, reggae and rhythm & blues musicians take to the stage throughout the week.
This rooftop bar offers stunning views of the Yarra River, MCG, South Bank promenade and Arts and Sports Precinct. With heated outdoor terraces and exquisite food from Taxi Kitchen
Phone | (03) 9521 2660
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Fonda Mexican is an unpretentious Windsor Chapel street rooftop restaurant that prides itself on providing a homely atmosphere and a fresh, authentic menu. Riding on the success of the original Fonda Mexican in Richmond, this 55-seater continues to deliver punchy and healthy fare, with standout dishes including the kangaroo taco.
A green picket fence and stained glass windows lead to a welcoming space with a menu full of reimagined Mexican faves. Whether you are sitting on the vibrant rooftop sipping frozen margaritas, or perched on a curb-side stool downstairs watching Chapel Street.
Uncle St Kilda
Phone | (03) 9041 2668
Uncle is a rooftop bar in St Kilda, Victoria, Australia. The restaurant aims to be genuinely Vietnamese, if not meticulously so. That means pate with crackers, steak with chilli and coconut butter – Vietnamese flavours mixed with Chinese and French influences too. Perched above Blackhearts and Sparrows, the venue was designed by Adele Winteridge of Foolscap Studio.
With dark décor and red lights downstairs, it has a Miss Saigon thing going on, but it’s also got a handy waiting pit for a table. You can access the whole menu if you dig on the dimly lit upstairs, which has been done up in bright blonde furniture with a bar of glittering tiles.