Located above The Melbourne Supper Club, Siglo is a broad rooftop terrace with views over Spring Street and Parliament House.
But this is hardly The Supper Club’s smoking section. Siglo is a great bar in its own right, even on the coldest of winter nights. Just make sure you nab a spot under one of the many mushroom heaters.
It’s not Melbourne’s cheapest place for a drink, but you get what you pay for – table service from attentive and knowledgeable staff, a substantial wine and cocktail list and sophisticated late-night atmosphere.
It’s a great place for a celebration with a group, which can be effortlessly accommodated in the clusters of wooden benches. If you’re the kind that likes to celebrate with a fat Cuban, you’ve come to the right place – the humidor is a sight to behold.
Siglo, like its downstairs neighbour, is geared towards a late supper, offering a range of options from foie gras to party pies, as well as a selection of classic desserts such as tiramisu and crème brûlée.
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