Lulie St Tavern, Abbotsford

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MELBOURNE | Lulie St Tavern is one of those places that you don’t visit unless you know about it. Located down a side street in Abbotsford, across the road and slightly up from a petrol station, this old warehouse hides a secret, the neon blue light and few seats and table out the front giving away the fact that there’s more here than meets the eye.

Step inside and you’re greeted with a very basic warehouse, modelled to feel a bit like an American biker bar complete with American advertising signage dotted around, a dart board, an eclectic mix of vinyl, and peanut shells on the concrete floor. An assortment of recycled furniture completes the look of this pop up which never seems to end (the owners planned on demolishing the warehouse a while back but so far it hasn’t happened).

The atmosphere suits the look of the venue – casual and fun without any fuss. Everyone’s welcome to come and enjoy a drinks and some great tunes. The drinks list features two beers on tap, some better choices in cans and bottles, a few cocktails and wine, and a decent whiskey and bourbon selection. There’s no kitchen on site but Pizzas from nearby Rita’s Cafeteria and sandwiches from Kelso’s Sandwich Shoppe can be ordered at the bar and they’ll be delivered to you.

Lulie St Tavern

Rear, 288 Johnston Street
Abbotsford
Victoria 3067
Australia

Telephone: 0403 452 005
E-mail: n/a
Website: http://www.luliesttavern.com/

Open
Mon – Tue: 4:00pm to 11:00pm
Wed – Thu: 4:00pm to 1:00am
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 1:00am
Sun: 12:00pm to 11:00pm

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