Find the Perfect Function Venue
When planning a Function in St Kilda, 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 St Kilda.
The Great Provider is a restaurant, beachside bar, function venue, and a purveyor of one of the better views in Melbourne. Many can lay claim to that of course, but the Great Provider is right smack bang on St Kilda Marina, with a view of the bays, and of boats coming and going under the sun (or under the stars). Within The Great Provider, there are some wonderful exclusive choices of spaces to consider for your upcoming function. Firstly, there’s the spacious restaurant, with its deck area and bifold windows looking out onto the marina. Then there’s the the gazebo, a pleasing open air space that leads out onto a private garden area. Read: photo opportunities galore.The Great Provider naturally lends itself to corporate events, large cocktail parties, as well as weddings. Aside from the more impressive, large functions, the space also easily accommodates smaller, and more casual groups.The Great Provider is found along Marine Parade in St Kilda. Take note: that is literally on the shore, and down the road from the St Kilda drinking and dining (and Luna Park) precinct. The city is a short drive away (about ten minutes or so), or via the 96 tram line.
The Metropol St Kilda is a restaurant, bar and function venue that seems to exude a “celebrating by the beach” vibe with every fibre of its being, and every space available within its walls.Located along Fitzroy Street and just down the road from St Kilda’s iconic beach, The Metropol is all indoor bar, open air deck, and outdoor bar complete with individual booths for getting mates together. It’s worth noting that aside from the main bar and the open air deck, the Metropol boasts a slew of “cabanas”, small enclaves in the St Kilda sunshine (or shade, if you’d like).The versatile restaurant and bar easily lends itself to everything from an intimate date night, to a raucous birthday drink, to an office end of year celebration. Over in the kitchen, the menu boasts a distinct Argentinian bent to a range of food that spans Italy to Spain.The Metropol Bar St Kilda is found on the corner of Fitzroy Street and Canterbury Road in (wait for it) St Kilda. It’s the space that looks out at the road going down the hill, along the tram line and just a stroll away from the beach.
Secret Garden takes you away from the hustle and bustle of Fitzroy Street and provides a unique function venue for the simplest of occasions, right through to that more civilized affair. Secret Garden is all about clever design mixed with whimsical décor. With 5 different function spaces to choose from, you are sure to find the right setting for your special event. The team at Secret Garden realise that no event is the same, and pride themselves on making every occasion one to remember. Secret Garden offers personalised wait staff for every event, a great selection of canapés to choose from, and of course drinks (don't forget to try one of their cocktails). With 5 spaces, you have options. With a stunning timber deck, luxury day beds, greenery and views of the night sky, The Garden, The Deck and the Hedge Garden are 3 spaces that are each uniquely different in their own way. Step inside and you will find 2 more spaces, which are just as (if not more) enchanting. The Hidden Treasure room is a true gem for the more intimate event, whilst the the Robin's Nest is the heart of The Garden, and has the main bar and DJ console. Secret Garden is located on the popular Fitzroy Street in St Kilda, but tucked away from the hustle and bustle usually associated with the street. Secret Garden provides a tranquil function venue to escape everyday life, perhaps with the help of a cocktail or two, and encompasses outdoor (retractable roof of course - it is Melbourne!) and indoor spaces.
Shaded from the St Kilda sun by palm trees, is Elbow Room. Specialising in modern-Australian cuisine, it’s a favourable cafe/restaurant from which to people watch, or simply watch the sun set. A supremely popular St Kilda dining destination for a pre-gig bite or date, Elbow Room endeavours to provide good food paired with friendly service. Simple, modern Australian cuisine done well - that’s what goes on here. There are gluten-free options and, as you’d expect from somewhere bayside, plenty of seafood dishes. Aside from a spacious, outdoor dining area on Fitzroy Street, the interior of Elbow Room is red-hued and ambient, with warm wood and terracotta tones creating a cosy and informal dining experience. Elbow Room takes bookings for large groups (50+) within the main restaurant space. Set menus are offered to accommodate larger dining groups.You’ll find Elbow Room located along Fitzroy Street in St Kilda. It’s a tram ride from the city - the 96 tram is the fastest, most direct option - and is a relaxing stroll from lapping waves.
An iconic stylish venue located in the heart of St Kilda on vibrant Acland Street. Veludo is a classic bayside venue perfect for any kind of special event from engagements, work parties and Christmas do’s through to 21st birthdays. When hosting your event with us you can begin as early as 6.30pm and finish as late as 3.00am. Unique in its offerings, Veludo also puts on DJs 7 nights a week as well as live music Friday to Sunday - featuring acoustic, soul, funk, reggae, pop and house music that runs long into the night; this is certainly a venue unlike any other.
Cleverly designed and split over two spectacular levels, the GH Hotel is an amazing space and well-loved venue with a variety of entertainment options. The many available spaces sweep the hotel, from the Showroom and Blue Room/Front Bar to the VIP Balcony and private room upstairs.The GH Hotel team are adept in the ways of hosting functions, from raucous parties to more corporate affairs. Events will have access to a dynamic food team in the kitchen, along with some of the best cocktail barmen in the business. The GH Hotel boasts a range of services including a state of the art production system, versatile function packages, friendly and experienced staff and hosts, as well as a variety of entertainment options. Open for lunch and dinner five nights a week, the GH menu features tasty, modern, Australian dishes with a cheeky contemporary twist. Utilising the very best local produce, with a delicious selection of grazing plates for sharing, along with a variety of your favourite pub classics. GH Hotel is found at that big intersection where St Kilda Road turns into Brighton Road. The 3, 16, 67 and 79 trams all roll past regularly.
Manhattan Lounge is the just-refurbished, newly-opened, rather-impressive latest addition to the St Kilda nightlife. The new Fitzroy Street bar and club is a two-storey structure, a night-time playground for the denizens of St Kilda.Downstairs, Manhattan Lounge is sleek, dark, modern, and slightly opulent. It’s well-suited to the very-well-preened, stylish, and similarly sleek patrons that frequent the space - as are the VIP booths available. Upstairs, you’ll find a lounge bar, more exclusive booths, and a thumping dance floor for celebrating the weekend upon.Manhattan Lounge is well-suited to after parties, end of year celebrations, milestone birthdays (booths, no?), and corporate celebrations. In essence, if it’s a sleek and urbane space you’re after, Manhattan Lounge is likely to fit the bill.The newly-opened Manhattan Lounge is found along Fitzroy Street in St Kilda, a stone’s throw from the beach and the rest of St Kilda’s bustling nightlife. The 16, 96, and 112 trams all run to just about the door, so there’s no shortage of ways to get to Manhattan Lounge. The city is about fifteen minutes’ drive away.
Older sister venue to Bourke Street’s Elephant & Wheelbarrow, this pub brings a sense of traditional Britain (see also: KICKASS PUB VIBES) to bayside Melbourne. Previously known as the Melbourne Ritz, today the Elephant and Wheelbarrow is a bustling venue catering to a diverse clientele - from businessmen to hipsters, from musos to soap-loving tourists on a pilgrimage to the “Neighbours tour”.Sporting a traditional, dark and aged decor, this pub is cosy and always vibrant, hosting live entertainment five nights per week. The Elephant and Wheelbarrow has three areas available for private or semi-private hire: The Churchill Room, the Mezzanine Level, and the Lounge Room. Apart from that, The Elephant and Wheelbarrow is a purveyor of all the pub grub, beer-on-tap, and laid-back friendly atmosphere that you’d want from your local British pub. Which is - just for the record - a lot of pub grub, a lot of beer on tap, and some really good friendly atmosphere. Located on the popular Fitzroy Street strip, The Elephant and Wheelbarrow lies in the heart of St Kilda’s entertainment precinct. The 96 tram runs from the CBD to St Kilda, stopping opposite the pub.
Bar Santo is a casual restaurant specialising in mostly-southern Italian cuisine, with a few regional dishes thrown into the mix to keep thing a-happenin’ and interesting.Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Bar Santo transforms into a number of different incarnations over the course of any one day. Under the St Kilda sunshine, Bar Santo is relaxed and casual, doing “breakfast the Italian way”. By night though, the cloth napkins come out, and the lights are dimmed, giving the space a rather more elegant feel.Functions are able to choose from a number of different menus of traditional, rustic Italian fare, each easily customisable to suit individual needs.Bar Santo is found along Fitzroy Street in St Kilda, right has it bends around to turn into The Esplanade. See also: it’s right next to the beach. That’s probably all you need to know regarding location. Oh, and a few trams run near by. But mostly, it’s next to the beach.
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