Best New Melbourne Bars 2017

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MELBOURNE | As the year draws to and end, the time has come for us to put together our list of the best new Melbourne bars of 2017. Melbourne’s famed bar scene continues to evolve each year, and 2017 proved no exception with a wide variety of new bar openings to suit a diverse range of desires. From American style dive bars (The Silverlake Social) to cozy neighbourhood drinking spaces (Dunning Kruger), large venues catering to a wide crowd (Hightail) and small bars focusing on perfecting the art of cocktail making (Above Board), there was no shortage of new places to find a quality drink this year.

Drinkers looking for all kinds of boozy beverages were well catered to in 2017, with Melbourne’s beer, cocktail and wine options all stepping things up a notch in the CBD and further afar.

With so many great new bars opening in 2017 it was hard whittling them all down to a list of the best but eventually we got there. Here are, in our opinion, the best new Melbourne bars of 2017. Have you been to them all? What are you favourite new Melbourne bars of 2017?

Make sure you check out our best new Melbourne cafes and best new Melbourne restaurants too.

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