Lucky Coq, Windsor

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MELBOURNE | Lucky Coq Windsor is a pub/bar/club that has built a reputation since opening in 2006 as being a place with cheap pizzas, decent drinks and a whole lot of fun. This place is very popular with the student crowd on a budget, because the cheap pizzas are really cheap. Like $4 if you are there during the right time of day (which is actually during pretty peak, popular times) cheap. Not only are they cheap, but they’re actually rather tasty too.

Drinks wise there are a range of around 12 beers on tap and any given times, ranging from your standard lagers to more interesting craft beer drops, along with bottled beers too. Cocktail wine and spirits drinker are well catered to as well – it’s all about accessible drinks that provide quality at an affordable price point.

The space is full of eclecting furniture, seating and lighting, with a range of nooks and crannies in which to park yourself and your group. There’s a small beer garden on the top floor too. Music wise it’s a real eclectic mix with a bit of an electronic focus. Depending on the night you’ll find DJs or live musicians playing any number of genres of music.

If it’s fun and eclecticism (and $4 pizzas) your after, then you can’t go wrong with a session at Lucky Coq – there’s a good reason it’s been going strong for over 10 years.

Lucky Coq

179 Chapel Street
Windsor 3181
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9525 1288
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.luckycoq.com.au/

Open
Mon – Fri: 11:30am to 3:00am
Sat – Sun: 12:00am to 3:00am

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