Hells Kitchen, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Hells Kitchen is one of those most Melbourne of venues. To find it you need to walk down a laneway (Centre Place) then up a flight of stairs. Those who make the effort to seek it out will be rewarded with a spot that’s been offering some of the best seats in town for people watching since 2001. The place is simple and cozy, like a lounge room with wallpaper and artworks created by artists who live in the studio apartments above the venue.

During the day, Hells operates in cafe mode, with coffee and a range of lunch options with Middle Eastern flourishes. As the evening approaches, things like pizzas, sausages and house made meatballs appear on the menu, and Hells switches into bar mode. There are house infused vodkas, interesting liqueurs, classic cocktails, a short, quality wine list, and a surprisingly good selection of local craft beers on tap.

The crowd is electric and the atmosphere friendly and unpretentious. Grab a drink, take a seat, and watch the world go by in this fantastic example of what makes Melbourne’s small bar scene so great.

Hells Kitchen

Upstairs
20A Centre Place
Melbourne 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9654 5755
E-mail: n/a
Website: http://hellskitchenmelbourne.com/

Open
Mon – Sun: 12:00pm to 1:00am

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