Find the Perfect Function Venue
It’s always exciting to plan a Function in Richmond, but with the number of function venues available, it is difficult to find the right venue space needed for your Function in Richmond. Luckily, Venuemob is here to help. By providing us with the type of event you have in mind, we are able to access information and prices of numerous function venues that are most suitable for your event.
Hidden amongst the moonlit streets of Richmond’s infamous nightlife precinct, Maeve Fox brings subtle elegance to your relaxed cocktail lounge. Once you’re done marvelling at the wine list, take your pick from one of the multitude of nutty, yet sophisticated ‘Classic’ and ‘Modern’ cocktails, each mixed with that extra som’n, som’n to truly get you humming. Beer drinkers, don’t fret, Maeve Fox also supports an impressive list of both local and imported beer and cider. Comfy booths match the quieter, more relaxed feel of the lounge area and as the sun sets with an almost 360 degree open view, you’re welcome to cuddle up before one of the many wall hung TV’s for a squiz of the footy.A private function room is available for those more intimate events and for those budding bar tenders, Maeve Fox offers cocktail masterclasses for groups of 10 or more that run for 2 hours. The prices at Maeve Fox are also, oh, so welcoming with 50% off on Sundays as well as discounts for locals. Friday happy hour is perfect for after work drinks and goes from 5-11pm with basic spirits and cocktails also included.Maeve Fox can be found at 472 Church St, Richmond near the corner of Swan and just a stones-throw away from East Richmond station.
Sneak Bar is perfect in location and size. With a capacity of 130 people it ideal space for 21st birthday functions, corporate events or product launch functions.
Ah, the Precinct Hotel. Chances are, if you’ve driven down Swan Street in Richmond on a Friday or Saturday night, you’ve seen the line outside, and you’ve heard the music blasting. And, chances are, if you’ve been out and about in that part of Richmond, or if you’ve been to the footy and you’ve needed a beer afterwards, you’ve been inside. Whatever your thoughts on the Precinct Hotel, it’s a modern Richmond institution for a reason - it’s insanely popular. Having occupied the same address since 1926, nowadays The Precinct is decidedly more modern-looking that it must have during the years of its birth. Which is fine by us - the fit-out is now a stylish one, with the occasional aesthetic nod to the past. The semi-outdoor courtyard especially, is bears very “make your afternoon beer a touch more classy, yo” kind of vibe … while retaining the sort of unpretentious air you’d want from a Richmond favourite. Inside, there’s a front bar, space for bands, rooms upstairs, dining, and the aforementioned courtyard. As well as more screens than you can poke a Sherrin at. The Precinct sits along Swan Street, across the road from Richmond Station. Which of course, is just down the road from the MCG. So you’ll be mere minutes from the city, a stroll from the ‘G, and in the heart of Richmond’s nightlife.
The once-grungy Grand has grabbed the gastropub trend around Melbourne with both hands, and then embraced it with both arms. Walking in, it’s obvious the Grand has wrenched itself from the grungy pub world into a space much more upmarket. The dining room is an elegant one, serving up authentic Italian in place of pub grub. Wednesday’s Duck Nights are popular, as are the Sunday lunches. Aside from the dining room though, there’s also the public bar, as well as the lounge area, as well as one of the better beer gardens in town. The Grand boasts six distinct spaces available as function venues within its walls. Aside from the spaces downstairs, there are also three upstairs dining rooms available separately, or joined to make one big space. The Grand is located on Burnley Street, near Swan Street in Richmond. It’s a short walk from Burnley Station, as well as the 70 tram line. It’s not too far from the city, about fifteen minutes’ drive and longer on public transport.
Church 364 is the place to book your next event. Whether you're having a formal get together or want to throw a party with a few of your closest friends, the professional staff at Church 364 can help make the event a success. There are several rooms to choose from within Church 364. Each space can be decorated differently to showcase the theme and formality level of the event. The staff is also committed to provide stellar customer service throughout the event, so each of your guests will feel welcomed. Church 364 provides exceptional catering service and dining areas with breathtaking views. There's even space for live music to make the event more enjoyable.
Located on the popular Bridge Road shopping precinct, the Mt View Hotel is a famous Richmond haunt. The venue offers a range of different areas spread across 4 levels to cater for a range of functions and special occasions.Mt View Hotel boasts a new rooftop beer garden with 360 degree Melbourne city views with a large selection of beers on tap and an extensive wine list and food menu.
A name beginning with “eLounge” might conjure mental images of an internet cafe or a LAN party, but that couldn’t be further from the truth in the case of Abbotsford’s eLounge Pizzeria. Not a single internet booth in sight, eLounge is instead filled with the smells of pizzas cooking in the wood fire oven. Much better. eLounge Pizzeria takes an approach to simple Italian cuisine that’s equal parts thoughtful and passionate. Determined to do it right, the pizzas on offer here keep things simple, with a “less is more” philosophy. As a result, the combinations found on the menu are well-considered, balanced affairs. They’re immensely popular too, and not just with Abbotsford and Richmond locals. As a space, eLounge Pizzeria is inviting and easy on the eye, in its own easy-going, unpretentious way. Which of course, is well-suited to its Abbotsford address. eLounge Pizzeria is found on Victoria Street in Abbotsford, a short walk from North Richmond train station. More conveniently though, it’s just near the corner of Church Street - where you’ll find the 24, 42, 78, 79 and 109 tram lines.
A popular spot on Richmond’s Bridge Road, Plan B are a party-happy, or easy going catch up-happy crew pretty much all of the time.Drinks specials abound at this laid-back bar with happy hours daily from 2pm - 7pm, Plan B Lounge is a popular spot for an after work drink, or a pre-sports drink, or for any other reason to get friends together. There's occasionally live music, a lovely way to spend an evening on the weekend before hitting the town. You can even bring your own food.With polished brown floorboards, leather stool seating, and plenty of outdoor space to chill, Plan B Lounge is a versatile spot for any form of celebratory function. There's a constant variety of drink offers available, and a party atmosphere is guaranteed from the outset.Located on Bridge Road, trams 75 and 48 are popular routes to get you to this Richmond venue. It's a stone's throw away from the city, as well as Melbourne's sporting precinct.
The Amora Hotel Riverwalk is a boutique, four and a half star hotel situated in Richmond, and along the banks of the Yarra River. It’s a spacious, stylish, elegant hotel boasting 111 guest rooms and apartments, 24-hour concierge, and complimentary bicycle hire - but it’s also an impressive function venue.The Amora Hotel Riverwalk boasts no less than eight stylish purpose-built function rooms within their private conference centre. Said centre comfortably fits up to 200 guests in a variety of configurations; it’s an incredibly versatile space, aside from being a gorgeous setting for important events.Weddings are particularly popular at the Amora Hotel Riverwalk, what with the location on the crest of the city overlooking the Yarra. There are parklands available (complete with rotundas), perfect for informal ceremonies and garden photo shoots.The Amora Hotel Riverwalk is found along Bridge Road in Richmond, on the banks of the Yarra. Its location on the edge of Richmond means it’s a short journey from the city, Hawthorn, and Prahran. The 48 and 75 trams run along Bridge Road, from the city.
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