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When planning a Function in Fitzroy, it is difficult to select the appropriate function venue needed to hold your Function. But with the help of Venuemob, the process of having to find the right function venue is a lot easier. Venuemob provides a hassle-free service that finds the best function spaces suitable for your Function by accessing information and prices of the numerous Function venues located within Fitzroy.
Habitat is a slice of New York cool on the still-grungy Smith Street. It’s this kind of personality that makes us love Smith Street - one minute you’re at a dive bar wondering what’s making your feet stick to the ground, and the next minute you’re in the sleek, urbane cocktail lounge surrounded by illuminated photos of moths.Habitat of course, is of the sleek, urbane variety. It’s a cosy, dimly lit space with high, high ceilings. Flattering lighting, a cocktail list to die for, spots for leaning, or sitting (either options conducive to intimate conversations) - these are all things that Habitat can boast it possesses.This relatively new addition to Smith Street falls under the category of bar that one might say is “good for dates” and “good for asserting your coolness to co-workers” or “good for general awesome good time drinking”.Habitat is found on on Smith Street, Fitzroy - the Gertrude Street end. You know the end - the one with ALL the attractive bars. Of course, the 86 tram runs by regularly and you’ll be in prime position for a wander over to Brunswick Street.
The Everleigh is one of Melbourne's most well-loved, and most oft-awarded cocktail bars. That's a big statement, in a city regarded as one that knows its way around a cocktail, and one that knows how to have a good time - but it’s also an accurate one.The main elegant speakeasy-style bar is a haven for the mixology nerd, boasting an extensive menu coupled with incredibly knowledgeable staff. Those who stare at a list of spirits with a blank look and racing pulse though, need not fret; warm smiles and wise suggestions point you in the right direction.Next door to The Everleigh one finds the Elk Room, the original bar's younger sibling. While certainly cut from the same sophisticated cloth as The Everleigh, the Elk Room is rather more English gentleman or officer's lounge room than speakeasy bar, with booths replaced by sofas and dark corners. There are conspicuously more elk on the walls than over at The Everleigh, but the younger sibling bears the same impeccable menu behind the bar.The Everleigh is found along Gertrude Street, near the corner of Napier Street, up a flight of stairs. That's along the 86 tram line, and is a mere stone's throw from the city, as well as Brunswick Street's nightlife.
Sitting resplendent on a corner along Gertrude Street, The Wilde is an effortlessly cool, stylish, and laid-back bar and restaurant that befits its particular leafy Fitzroy address. The brainchild of three friends, The Wilde is type of place one can down a few drinks during happy hour, enjoy dinner with friends, throw a big event, or just sit and watch the Gertrude crowd meander (or bustle) by. Within the stylish yet classic space, one finds an ever-changing seasonal menu, very much inspired by old-school British pub fare. There’s an extensive range of beers to be found behind the bar, and an eclectic range of wines by the glass. The Wilde regularly hosts famed Sunday roasts, as well as exhibitions and screenings.As far as being a function venue, The Wilde succeeds at that as effortlessly as one would expect. Small and large groups are welcomed, as well as the type of sprawling event that would require the entire venue being hired out. The Wilde’s a good pick for group dinners, event birthdays, product launches, as well as exhibitions and screenings. The Wilde is found on the corner of Gertrude Street and Napier Street, in Fitzroy. For those of you playing at home, that’s in the heart of the trendy vibes of Fitzroy, and is along the 86 tram line. That particular address is a short stroll from the city.
Kodiak Club caters for a wide variety of functions 20 to 150 people, sit down meetings or stand up cocktail parties. Have your own booths in our main bar or a private function room all to your selves. For corporate groups they offer a complete AV set up, and can also arrange free Trivia nights. With an extensive menu of all in house made finger foods and their traditional American fair Kodiak Club offers a great point of difference in the catering sense
Fitzroy’s LuWow is a great many things. Part cocktail bar, part live music venue, part rockin’ d-floor. Mostly though, it’s a tropical tiki wonderland. That’s putting it lightly - bamboo, tropical print, headdresses, barrels, flowers and vines abound, as do crazy good times. First things first - walking into LuWow one finds the cocktail bar. There’s booths and seating, but it fills up quickly, especially on the weekend. The cocktails here are mostly of the tropical variety, with little plastic bugs and animals decorating each OTT looking drink. There’s also an impressive array of rum available, as well as all the usual suspects. Out the back though is where the true party happens. There’s a dance floor, overlooked by a stage often filled with a rockabilly/dance hall/60s revival/garage band, getting the boogie going. And there are go-go dancers. Yes, go-go dancers. When there’s no band on, DJs spin old-school party-starting tunes. LuWOW is definitely one of the most exciting and unique places to hit the party zone on a night out. It also works as a kick-ass function venue. The LuWow is found in the heart of Fitzroy on Johnston Street, between Brunswick and Nicholson. You can’t miss it, it’s large and tropical, even from the outside. The 96 and 112 trams will get you within stumbling distance.
Cider House knows their cider. There’s lots of cider. Which is what you’d expect, with a name like “CIDER HOUSE”. Being the “first venue in Australia seriously dedicated to cider” there really isn't any time to waste, rather much cider to be consumed (and sliders to be consumed alongside it).If you wanted evidence of how much the Cider House loves cider (apart from the name which speaks for itself), then one only has to look at the bar - there are 22 craft ciders and beers on tap. Then, there are an additional 45 varieties by the bottle. There’s also a slew of wine, spirits and cocktails but frankly when there’s that much cider available, you might as well try your darndest to taste as much as you can.With exposed brick walls, pot plants and comfy couches, Cider House is pretty much the quintessential “Fitzroy warehouse-chic quirky delicious hangout”. Which is absolutely fine with us.Cider House is found on Brunswick Street, on the corner of Leicester. There’s a tram line pretty much right in front of it - the 112. The city is a very short drive away.
I Know a Place is the type of bar that you discover, or are told about, with an accompanying gasp, and gleeful clap. After that, you’re likely to embark on an inner struggle, over whether to share the hidden bar with everyone or to keep it a closely guarded secret. After all, it’s not the biggest bar around, and no one likes to see wonderful things tainted, right?Too bad, the secret’s out. The small bar as a decidedly, and delightfully split personality. Inside one finds a tiny, moodily lit yet friendly in demeanour bar with a succinct cocktail list and a slew of beers. Bring an intimate group if you’re in need of an inside vibe.Outside though, is an entirely different story. I Know a Place could very well be known as “I Know a Big Ol’ Courtyard”. For that’s what’s out the back - a big ol’ courtyard.
Young Bloods Diner doubles as one of the largest, and one of the more exciting additions to Fitzroy. Housed along Rose Street (just down the road from the Rose Street Market, FYI), it’s a cafe, rooftop bar, and a pretty unique function venue.Inside, the main dining room at Young Bloods Diner is a gorgeous space that’s understated (and successful as a result). Bathed in light, it boasts a menu that comes from an ex-Builders Arm chef - so expect breakfasts that are worthy of dragging oneself out of bed on the weekend.While the interior and the courtyard are certainly impressive, it’s really the rooftop at Young Bloods Diner that brings the most reasons for excitement. It’s a sprawling rooftop bar (for up to 50 guests), with a pretty kick-ass cocktail menu.Young Bloods Diner is found along Rose Street in Fitzroy, right between Brunswick and Nicholson Streets. Which also puts it right in the heart of the neighbourhood’s action, and between the 112 and 96 trams lines. And within strolling/riding/uni-cycling distance of the city.
Nyala African is a stalwart of the Fitzroy scene, having sat in its spot along the ever-evolving Brunswick Street for over roughly two decades. If nothing else, that should tell you that the African restaurant is doing something right.The menu at Nyala African spans the entirety of the world’s second largest continent, albeit with a particular focus on Ethiopia. It’s a cuisine that’s sorely underrepresented in Melbourne, but this Nyala African does a mighty fine job of flying the banner. In fact, Nyala African’s an always-buzzing spot along the Brunswick Road strip.Nyala African is a popular function venue, whether social, or corporate (think Christmas parties, other celebrations). With a combination of friendly service, amazing food, African beers, and closing times that stretch well into the night, it’s rather easy to see why.Nyala African is found along the eclectic and vibrant heart of Fitzroy, Brunswick Street. Of course, that means Carlton, the city, and a hell of a nightlife are all within strolling/riding/tramming distance. The Eastern freeway is also a stone’s throw away.
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