State Of Grace, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | State Of Grace was one of our favourite bars in Melbourne’s CBD, combining a great food and drink offering with a character filled ground level bar and a sultry hidden speakeasy-style bar, Fall From Grace, below. The Collins Street bar closed at the end of 2016, when the premises was demolished to make way for a new tower, and two years later it’s opened in a new location on King Street.

The venue is part of the mega hospitality group Australian Venue Co, who have a lot of experience with running venues like The Smith, Hopscotch, and Trinket, that tick a lot of the right boxes. Open from lunch through to the early hours of the morning, State of Grace offers a wide variety of drinks alongside a European inspired food menu.

The former Melbourne Steamship Co building has been transformed from offices into something reminiscent of the original. Indeed, much of the furnishings here are from the original State of Grace. Think grand chandleirs, paintings, taxidermy, and Roman-inspired sculptures. The ceilings are high, with a mezzanine level and large windows looking out to King Street creating a very airy space. Just like the original, a sliding book case leads to stairs that take you to Fall From Grace. The downstairs bar is dark and cozy, with exposed bricks, low ceilings and Victorian-era style couches along with eclectic decorations completing the speakeasy vibe. On the rooftop, you’ll find a third bar withe views across the CBD and Southbank.

For drinks it’s a mixture of signature and classic cocktails along with wine and spirits from around the world, and a selection of mostly local craft beers. Try the Beautiful Little Fool – a refreshing cocktail with gin, dry vermouth, elderflower, green apple, and orange blossom. For food, think things like grilled halloumi with strawberries, balsamic vinegar and black pepper, scallops with black pudding, apple, candied bacon and oats, and gnocchi with sage, white and black garlic puree, chive oil and Parmesan.

State Of Grace

27 King Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 8563 0020
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 12:00pm to 1:00am

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