Bar None, Camberwell

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MELBOURNE | Bar None is a hidden bar in Camberwell that offers great cocktails in a prohibition era like space. There’s not much to give away Bar None’s location, but when you enter the unmarked building and see the lit up sign pointing to the basement, it’s clear where you need to be. Step inside and you’re greeted with a space full of couches, tables and stools, low lighting, and moody jazz to complete the vibe.

The main focus here is on cocktails. With over 300 different spirits behind the bar and a team of highly trained staff, you’re guaranteed to find a cocktail that’s right for you, whether it’s something on the extensive menu, or a bespoke creation. Of course, you could always just enjoy your spirit on the rocks. Food wise, there are a few snacks offered, but your best bet if you’re hungry (or looking for craft beer) is to head upstairs to sister venue East of Everything. The owners also own Fitzroy’s Po’ Boy Quarter, and as you’d expect the East of Everything menu features lots of tasty New Orleans, Mexican and other American comfort food.

Bar None

Level 1, 72 Auburn Parade
Camberwell
Victoria 3124
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9882 1086
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Tue – Thu: 5:00pm to 12:00am
Fri – Sat: 5:00pm to 2:00am

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