Bars in the basements, bars on the roofs, bars in the narrow streets and at every corner (literally) – this is Melbourne. See you there.
Diving headlong into the nightlife of the city is provided in the entertainment center Crown Melbourne (8 Whiteman St, Southbank). The Crown includes one of the largest casinos in the Southern Hemisphere, three hotels, a cinema, shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. You can admire the night city under a good cocktail from Club 23 balcony or enjoy the music of the 80s and an alcoholic card in the retro-style Jackpot Bar. On the stages of Crown Melbourne, there are constantly shows of Australian and world stars.
Excellent views of the night Melbourne are opened from the winding terraces of the elegant Blue Diamond Club on the 15th floor (Level 15 123 Queen St). The club is located in the CBD, between the streets of Bourke and Little Collins. The interior is designed in an elegant Art Deco style, which is so loved in Melbourne. Jazz and Latin motifs sound, there is a large selection of strong alcohol, cocktails, beer and wines. Every Saturday, the club hosts a Penthouse 15 night show. In Blue Diamon, it’s easy to imagine yourself sitting in some sort of manhattan in the 20s of the last century.
For good cuisine with quality jazz or blues, go to Bird’s Basement (11 Singers Lane). Bird’s Basement is related to the legendary New York jazz club Birdland. It serves continental cuisine and offers a wide selection of wines. Do not forget to reserve tickets in advance if you want to get to the concert. Bird’s Basement performances are popular.
If rock and roll culture is close to you, head to AC / DC Lane at Cherry Bar. Australia gave the world a cult rock band and is proud of it. Cherry Bar is fully consistent with the place where it is located. Concerts and events take place here almost every day, and Australian, New Zealand and English beer flows like water. Want to have something to tell your friends – be sure to go through the AC / DC Lane and take a look at the Cherry Bar.
For more than 40 years, 170 Russell Club (formerly Billboard Nightclub) (170 Russell St) has remained an entertainment place for tourists and locals. Here Australian and world performers regularly play live music, hold theater performances, university and charity balls.