Melbournians gather your squad and get your restaurant bookings in for early November. From 11.59pm on Sunday November 1, hospitality reopens for 20 people inside and 50 people outside. While the venues are madly implementing Covid safe protocols and installing all-weather areas, we are deciding what we want to eat first. We can’t wait!
There is plenty of space here to be Covid safe while celebrating, and also an outdoor area for cocktails under the stars. You get your own bar and a brilliant warehouse vibe.
In line with Covid restrictions and a push towards alfresco dining, several Melbourne precincts will be transformed for summer. Businesses can apply for the outdoor dining permits and get in on the action right away.
We can’t wait, but will be taking the puffer jackets in case of inclement weather. Cos Melbourne.
The iconic Gasometer Hotel will not be dusting off the beer kegs just yet, but while Covid restrictions make gatherings difficult, it will transform into a pop up organic grocery, launching on Saturday October 3. Fingers crossed for some gigs and beers soon but in the meantime we’ll be stocking up on home treats.
Victorians are you looking forward to live gigs? The Vic government has announced $9 million in Live Music Venue Grants, and that’s just the first round. We will certainly be playing our part by buying some tickets and getting on the beers. See you there!
Melbourne’s premier alfresco venue is optimistic we can see in the summer in style, with its 2020 ‘Australian Beach House’ theme. Thankfully this doesn’t mean shell figurines and dolphin prints, instead it’s all wicker furniture, greenery and lime accents.
The planned relaunch date is 26th October, so let’s continue to smash the Covid numbers and look forward to a cheeky gin on the deck.
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Alfresco drinks under the stars will wash away the Covid blues and bring in the Melbourne summer. Time to start planning your end of year party!
Plan your post-Covid celebration in this cool basement party bunker. Enjoy your own bar and plenty of nooks and crannies to celebrate in.
Break the Covid party drought with a soiree at this Richmond venue. The easing of restrictions makes this a great option.
This newcomer on the function scene can cater for hundreds of guests while adhering to social distancing rules – that’s a winning combo to help you bust out of iso.