Find the Perfect Function Venue
With preparations for your Function in Collingwood, it is important to find the right venue suitable for you. Venuemob provides a hassle-free service that locates numerous Function venues within Collingwood and accesses information and prices of the nearby venues to compare which venue is most suitable for your event.
In a city full of historic pubs, the Grace Darling Hotel finds fame in being the fourth oldest pub in Melbourne. It also finds fame in being one of Melbourne’s favourite spots for a gig, or a pint, or for a laid back sojourn in the party zone along Smith Street.The Grace Darling is home to several function venues including the galleon-themed front bar and dining room, the underground gallery, and the upstairs Grace Bandroom. The latter, which can accommodate 100-150 people standing, is a popular spot for product launches, fashion events, and regular local and international gigs.With striking, dark wood floors and rustic stone walls, the Grace Darling is equally at home hosting both locals and socialites. A selection of food and drinks packages are available including party platters, beverage tabs, and per-head options.Every weekend, the Grace Darling plays host to the myriad characters that call Smith Street their regular haunt. It’s a perennial favourite in the area, and probably will be for about a hundred-odd more years.The Grace Darling Hotel is located on Smith Street in Collingwood, towards the “Gertrude end”. The 86 tram runs past regularly, and the city is well within strolling/riding distance. Not that you’ll be wanting to leave the surrounds of Smith Street, of course.
In a town somewhat obsessed with 'Modern Thai' cuisine, and expecting no less than the freshest ingredients at all times, it takes something special to stand out from the crowd, let alone remain enduringly popular. Collingwood’s Easy Tiger manages to succeed on both counts, and consistently so - they've even been awarded a coveted hat by the Age Good Food Guide. Easy Tiger is a long, narrow and intimate space, decked out in a stylish manner that befits its hip Smith Street location. The decor is minimal in its approach, save for some mythical creatures emblazoned on the walls. The menu speaks of eclectic flavours, as well as fresh and seasonal ingredients. While cosy and intimate, Easy Tiger manages to fit a number of function venue options within its rather stylish walls. The front room sits 36 guests comfortably, looking out onto the myriad fascinating characters that make up Smith Street. There’s outdoor seating in the rear courtyard, accommodating up to 40 guests.Easy Tiger is tucked in along Smith Street, Collingwood. That’s about a stone’s throw (precise unit of measurement) from the CBD, either at a leisurely stroll or via the 86 tram. Being so close to the city as well as Fitzroy’s action, Easy Tiger’s a good spot from which to launch a night out, or to finish up an evening of laid-back good times.
A Collingwood institution for over 130 years, the Baden Powell Hotel represents the height of the classic-pub-meets-modern-sophistication sensibility that Melbourne has so emphatically made its own. A stone's throw from the CBD, offering a slew of the world's best beers, and with a pizza oven out the back, this is a function venue that knows how to do it right. Events of any size can find privacy and charm within Zac's Bar, the Baden Powell's autonomous and private function space. Modelled after the jazz rooms of the 1920s, Zac's offers a debonair and elegant setting for any occasion. The room boasts private entry, access to the outdoor courtyard, as well as a private bar with bartender and floor staff. In addition to the jazz-age sophistication of Zac's, groups are also able to reserve the Beer Garden for a beverage in the sunshine. Be it after-work drinks, end-of-season celebrations, birthday party or corporate do, the Baden Powell's function venues are happy to tailor a package to suit all celebrations, from the space to the canapés to the drinks list. The Baden Powell Hotel takes their beer seriously (as all astute Melbournians should), with eight micro-brewed beers always on tap, as well as an assortment of over fifty international varieties at your fingertips also. The pizzas too, settle for no less than the very best; an Italian made pizza oven and artisan produce make each meal a most epic trip into flavour country. From a vantage point steeped in history, enjoy a cold beer and a celebration with friends while the MCG traffic slowly crawls along Victoria Parade.
Bistro K - a modern Korean restaurant found along Smith Street. Smith Street, otherwise known as the fastest transforming spot in Melbourne, and certainly a place to be if you’re on the quest of some damn good eats.Bistro K acknowledges its somewhat hipster location, and rolls with it. Eclectic diners mean a similarly eclectic collection of happenings on the menu, with classic Korean flavours meeting western methods and ingredients. It’s flavour town, a wonderland for the tastebuds. It’s also surprisingly inexpensive, something worth writing home about.Given the location, one can also expect a pretty stylish, pretty cool, definitely easy on the eye decor - all exposed brick, hanging lights, good vibes. Put it this way - Bistro K’s good for date night, and getting the work crew together for dinner.Bistro K is found along Smith Street, between Easey and Sackville Streets. The 86 runs past regularly, taking you to and from the city. Or you could just walk there, as it’s a lovely stroll from just about everywhere worth strolling to.
Mámor Chocolate’s Dr Hanna Frederick is a food chemist by trade, if that gives you any idea of what to expect from her Collingwood chocolate Szalón. Hanna has utilised her considerable skills to take the chocolate and high tea experience into the stratosphere of flavour and inventiveness and downright gosh-darn deliciousness. Not a word of exaggeration. Enjoy a level of pleasure that transports you to Old Europe as you enjoy your sumptuous entertainment in a most unexpected pocket of Melbourne.A Hungarian native, Dr Hanna has turned a beautiful Victorian building on Johnston Street into an opulent Szalón dedicated to the sweet, sweet delights of chocolate and high tea. The Szalón is all red walls and plush couches, a real excursion into a world of decadence and luxury. So it’s understandable when you find out “mámor” means “ecstasy” in Hungarian.Mámor Chocolates regularly hosts Monarchy-themed high teas, burlesque, cabaret, chocolate-making classes, and chocolate history tours - all refreshing alternatives to the usual Mother’s Day, hens night or any occasion in need of a little excitement and chocolate. Not that they don't do a great hen's party! You can even create you chocolate couture menu to your theme or holiday from birthdays, engagements, anniversaries to corporate meetings.Mámor is located in exciting Collingwood along Johnston Street, between Hoddle and Wellington Streets. Victoria Park train station is within strolling distance, as is the 86 tram that runs up and down Smith Street, a couple of blocks away.
Wabi Sabi Salon is one of Melbourne’s more well-loved and oft-awarded Japanese restaurants. This particular good reputation can probably be attributed to a heady mix of excellent traditional Japanese cuisine, a modern stylish sensibility, and a healthy sense of fun. As far as function venues are concerned, Wabi Sabi Salon has three up its sleeve. The main dining room fits 32, under a temple-style roof. It’s a little old-world Kyoto, a little bit Japanese retro pop - the combination of which makes for a pleasing and stylish location for dinners, catch-ups and celebrations. For smaller, more private affairs, there’s the Mezzanine, Wabi Sabi Salon’s cozy private dining room, complete with no-shoes rule. What’s most exciting though (at least, to us), is the Garden Room. Where else is one able to dine in a traditional Japanese Garden? These particular surrounds make for a unique dining, drinking or unwinding spot. Wabi Sabi Salon is nestled within the cooler end of Smith Street, Collingwood. Just before Peel Street, it’s right along the 86 tram line, right in the centre of Smith Street’s dining and drinking action. The centre of the CBD is a comfortable stroll away.
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