Audacious Monk Cellars, Preston

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MELBOURNE | Audacious Monk Cellars is a bar and bottle shop in Preston that’s become a local’s favourite since opening in 2015.

Owners David Vasilliou and Caz Scholz envisaged the space as something completely unpretentious. A space where people can just pop in to buy something to go, or sit in and have a drink and chat. Walking inside you get that feeling immediately.

The shop has a homely feel, red painted, artwork laden walls, couches at the front near the bar, shelves and fridges fo the side, and further seating down the back. Those shelves and fridges are filled with local craft beers, a considered selection of wines both local and international, and plenty of artistically spirits.

Behind the bar you’ll find four local rotating craft beer taps and a small selection of wines available by the glass. You can also purchase drinks from the shelves to enjoy in store. Keep an eye out on their social media pages for details of wine and beer tastings, which are held regularly.

A small selection of bar snacks like nuts and chips are available, but if you want something more substantial you can order food in from nearby restaurants.

Audacious Monk Cellars

128 Regent Street
Preston
Victoria 3072
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9041 2465
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun, Tue – Fri: 1:00pm to 10:00pm
Sat: 12:00pm to 10:30pm

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