Pallino Bar, Thornbury

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MELBOURNE | Pallino Bar is a small bar on High Street Thornbury and occupies a space formerly home to a 1950s Italian cafe. Owner Louise Zelencich, who is a Thornbury local opened Pallino with the aim of creating not an on trend hot spot, but rather a quality local’s bar that gets the important things right.

The space is inspired by the bocce nights that used to take place in the venue it its former guise. The main room is long and narrow, with the long white marble bar taking up much of the space. Warm timber, brass and lighting, and the original terrazzo floor add to the vintage look. Out the back is a small beer garden, which feels very homely – like a small backyard garden.

Drinks wise it’s the cocktails that really stand out at Pallino. Classics like Manhattans, Gin & Tonics, Mojitos, Negronis and all your other favourites but made with your choice (on request) of any number of the varied range of spirits on offer. Our advice is to ask the knowledgeable bar staff about a few of the different spirits on offer, depending on which cocktail you want, and upgrade from the house inclusion to something you may have not tried before. For those who don’t want cocktails, a small but solid range of local wines and beers is also available.

Hungry folks can order either cheese or charcuterie boards, or more substantial Lebanese pizzas from Moor’s Head next door.

Pallino Bar

790 High Street
Thornbury
Victoria 3071
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9484 7968
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Wed – Fri: 4:00pm to 1:00am
Sat: 2:00pm to 1:00am
Sun: 2:00pm to 1:00am

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