Holy Grail, Windsor

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MELBOURNE | Holy Grail Windsor is a bar that transports patrons to a place far away from Chapel Street, and by far away we mean north of the Yarra. More Brunswick Street than Chapel Street, you can’t help but be impressed as soon as you walk inside. The long bar spans 60% of the length of the venue and, according to designer Oliver Buckworth, is meant to evoke “a giant nautical vessel on a dangerous and drunken voyage eagerly seeking the unobtainable “Holy Grail””. The use of recycled materials, bespoke constructions and ornate pieces sourced from Jodhpur, India help to complete the impressive space.

Music is eclectic with a tilt towards the heavy rock end of the spectrum while the drinks menu contains a solid range of local and international beers, wines and spirits, along with rotating seasonal cocktails and a flair for creating new concoctions on the spot. A great spot, and a surprise find along the Windsor end of Chapel Street.

Holy Grail

67 Chapel Street
Windsor 3181
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9521 7610
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.holygrail.net.au/

Open
Sun – Wed: 3:00pm to 11:00pm
Thu – Sat: 3:00pm to 1:00am

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