The HACK, Port Melbourne

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MELBOURNE | The HACK is a pub/bar in Port Melbourne that offers a lot more than meets the eye. The brick building dates back to 1860, and has been many a pub, restaurant and venue space over the years. In its current form, it’s taken on a contemporary look.

The large interior, which fits up to 370 people, has been completely revamped. Designed by Melbourne design studio Pocketbeagles, the space is bright and colourful, with light-wood tables, leather couches and polished wood floors. There’s seating and tables at the front, lots more inside, and a games room with air hockey, pool, table tennis and more towards the back.

The original plan was for the HACK to be a brewpub, and while it ended up as something quite different, there’s still a definite craft beer bent to the offering here. 15 beer taps showcase local, independent craft beer, and there’s always a few beers on tap that the HACK team have brewed themselves. Try the ‘Crunchie Porter’, HACK’s take on a Crunchie chocolate bar in beer form. A variety of sizes are available, from tasting paddles through to pints. For those who don’t want beer, there’s also a very decent selection of wines, spirits, and cocktails.

For food it’s classic and contemporary pub food like burgers, tacos, bao, and burritos. All tasty stuff that hits the spot.

The HACK

1 Crockford Street
Port Melbourne
Victoria 3207
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9645 2503
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Tue – Thu: 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Sun: 12:00pm to 9:00pm

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