From Friday more Melbournians were allowed on dance floors, as Covid restrictions dropped back to their most relaxed in more than a year. The patron cap was lifted to 75 per cent of capacity and a dance floor rule restricting dancers to 50 people has been lifted. Also if you prefer socialising at home you can now have 100 people at your house. So what are you waiting for? Get mingling.
Fingers crossed Brissy, that you will be out celebrating again soon.
Stay Covid safe and fingers crossed we can all be out clubbing again soon. Sydney we got this.
We are not out of the woods yet Australia, but Covid underdog Melbourne has been host to heartwarming scenes of people hitting nightclub dance floors for the first time in eight months.
Even the biggest dance floors are still only allowed to hold a maximum of 50 punters, but at this stage we will take what we can get, thanks.
Sorry to see Dogs Bar in St Kilda has shut its doors for good after falling behind in rent payments during the Covid lockdown. Dogs opened in 1989 and helped shape the Melbourne late night and live gig scene. It was known for being a local’s bar where everyone felt welcome. Now its gone. Bummer!
On the corner of Liverpool Road and Holden Street, is this fabulous local. It is only a 1 minute’s walk from Ashfield Station, and has plenty of free street parking.
The Breeze room is modern and elegant, a lovely backdrop for a soiree with style. Enjoy your own balcony under cover, bar and DJ booth. There are comfy couches and low tables for drinks and food.
Seasonal menus are crafted onsite, which means fresh delicious party food for your important event.
The word on the street is that New Year’s Eve is so – well last year. We think not, and we have a ripper NYE directory to prove it.
However there is some merit in the notion of a relaxed recovery party with your besties. Think bloody marys, refreshing ales and cool tunes to sooth the soul and welcome the new year.