Find the Perfect Function Venue
With preparations for your Function in Abbotsford, it is important to find the right venue suitable for you. Venuemob provides a hassle-free service that locates numerous Function venues within Abbotsford and accesses information and prices of the nearby venues to compare which venue is most suitable for your event.
Pho’s pretty great. But did you know that there’s more to Victoria Street than an abundance of amazing pho and pho-related happenings? Yes, there is. One of these things is North Richmond Station. Kidding. It’s actually the Aviary Hotel.Once merely The Aviary, one of Abbotsford’s favourite places for a drink or a casual bite to eat has recently gone something of an overhaul. After an extensive renovation, the Aviary Hotel has emerged as a gorgeous multi-space wonderland of good times, good drinking, good eating, and scope for some amazing functions.Downstairs is where you’ll find the public bar, as well as the beer garden. The former is sophisticated yet casual, the latter is toasty in winter and breezy in summer. Both have a predilection for hip hop on Fridays.Upstairs though, is where you’ll want to be for a private event. The White Room especially, is a gorgeous function space, versatile yet exuding a memorable vibe.
Victoria Street - Melbourne’s go-to spot for pho, and amazing Vietnamese food in general. To stand out in the crowd takes something special in the bustling strip, but it’s something Phoenix Phuong Hoang has managed to do with resounding success.The pho is legendary. Try the Vietnamese coleslaw. #forrealAside from being purveyors of authentic, kick-ass Vietnamese food though, Phoenix Phuong Hoang is a stylish spot, filled with light and sleek decor. Big windows lead out to an open air area out the front, for perching at and watching the crowd go by. A big bar has pride of place inside, as Phoenix Phuong Hoang is fully licensed (this is a good thing).Phoenix Phuong Hoang is found on Victoria Street in Abbotsford, about halfway between Hoddle Street and Church Street. That’s just down the road from North Richmond train station, and along the 24, 42 and 109 tram lines.
Set in the heart of Australia's largest brewery, the Carlton BrewHouse is a unique function venue rich in history and tradition. Over the Summer months Carlton BrewHouse is home to the CUB Deck & Beer Garden, boasting a large outdoor decking space and unique garden adjacent to the BrewHall.On warm evenings the BrewHouse is excited to be able to offer this area as an outdoor sit-down gala dinner space. The venue also specialises in corporate packages including conferencing, team building, gala dinners and cocktail events. Unlike regular corporate venues, the Carlton BrewHouse offers optional additional elements including brewery tours and beer games, not to mention, competitive beverage prices, complimentary car parking, and full use of in-house AV facilities at no additional charge.
Housed within a 100-year old Edwardian villa and with an owner boasting over 20 years’ experience in the restaurant ‘biz, Mesa Greek Cuisine goes about doing what it does with aplomb and assurance.Mesa Greek Cuisine - nestled along bustling Johnston Street, Abbotsford - claims to ooze “the soul of the Mediterranean”. While the location says “inner-Melbourne” more than it does “Greek islands”, the team at Mesa definitely know what they’re doing with regard to authentic flavours and techniques - and fresh seasonal produce. Mesa sports two individual private dining rooms, as well as the main dining space. They’re elegant spaces for a function (of the small or large variety), with wooden floorboards, exposed brick walls, and striking modern features.Mesa Greek Cuisine is found on the Abbotsford end of Johnston Street, just about across the road from Victoria Park train station. That equates to an address about a stone’s throw from Richmond, Collingwood, and minutes from the city.
The Yorkshire Hotel is an old reliable pub, recently brought hurtling into the world of modern-day cool by way of a sophisticated dining room, a kick-ass menu, and a bit of a refitting inside. Luckily for the pub’s legion of regulars though, the unpretentious nature and slightly grungy feel of the surrounding ‘hood hasn’t completely been lost. So The Yorkshire is “all good in the hood” (to use the parlance of our times) for both formal dining, pub grub at the bar, as well as a relaxing brew in the beer garden with mates.The Yorkshire - mental images of impenetrable northern accents cast aside, please - is filled with old-world features like open fireplaces, an old-style front bar, and leather seats. That said, there’s enough modern style to mean the pub is certainly cool enough to appease the hip amongst us. The Yorkshire’s menu is an ever-changing and evolving one, and the hotel regularly hosts dining events, as well as live music. But just to inject a bit of Abbotsford grunge into proceedings (and really, isn’t that something we all adore), there’s also a bottle shop open until late.The Yorkshire Hotel is found along Hoddle Street, on the corner of Langridge Street. Which of course, is a short walk from North Richmond train station, as well as the 109, 42 and 24 tram lines. Let’s hear it for convenience and main roads!
The Bakers Arms Hotel is one of a slowly dying breed of pub - the classic local. It’s the kind of pub where you’ll get a really good quality beer, without a side of prententiousness to go with it. It’s the kind of place one can watch the game, with a host of regulars, have a yarn, drop by after work, or pick up a bottle of something to kick off the weekend. Apart from the requisite front bar (what would a pub be without it?), the Bakers Arms Hotel also calls a charming beer garden its own, perfect when the sun decides to rear its head. For private functions though, the Siloh Bar is available for everything from engagements to corporate functions to 21st and parties for no other reason than having a party is a great time to spend a night. It’s a versatile space, with its own bar and plenty of room. There’s a pleasing (and very tasty, let’s be honest) menu of finger food available for functions, including cocktail crab claws, and the ever-popular classic dim sim. The Bakers Arms is found on Victoria Street (corner of William), nestled amongst the yum cha joints and Asian grocers of the area. The 24, 42 and 109 trams run past, and North Richmond train station is just down the road.
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