Some say this is the northern edge of Melbourne's “latte belt”.
The theme here is spacious and relaxed.
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Capacity for 725 patrons. An indoor waterfall (which cascades into a lagoon). A hidden tiki disco bar. A giant beer garden. Beyond the bells and whistles, one of Melbourne’s earlier independent breweries still amply delivers on the drinks front.
One of Australia’s best winemakers is behind this unusual cellar door, which feels like a mix between a brewery and a dive bar.
This neighbourhood bar combines an old-school pub atmosphere with a forward-thinking drinks list filled with ultra-local ales, pét-nats and vegan cocktails.
Family photos on the wall, prosecco by the glass and Italian snacks from the kitchen.
A piano bar in Preston (for amateurs and experts).
An Englishman, a Canadian and plenty of fresh beer.
A local craft beer watering hole with a laid back atmosphere.
The DIY spirit is alive and well at this cheap and cheerful north-side bar.