Tyranny Of Distance, Windsor

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MELBOURNE | Tyranny Of Distance is a quirky Windsor cocktail bar located in a former petrol station just off Chapel Street. The covered (and heated during winter), outdoor “Lubritorium” is super casual and a whole lot of fun with upcycled velvet covered couches, retro chic gas bottle lamps and graffiti covered walls.

For drinks its local craft beer and wine, along with the real highlight of the menu, the cocktails. The menu is split into three sections – Classics, Tyranny’s, and Jugs, and features all kinds of good things. Try the Strawberry Fields – vodka, blue alize, strawberry liqueur, creme de cassis & berries, or the Stoned Sailor with Stones ginger beer, spiced rum, apple & mint.

If you’re hungry, it’s a decent menu of 100% plant based mains and share plates like twisted Thai ramen, “duck” roti rolls, and Korean mini bao.

As an added bonus Tyranny of Distance have one of the best happy hours in town. From 4:00pm to 7:00pm every day of the week, it’s $4 house tap beers and wines, and basic spirits. Cheers.

Tyranny Of Distance

157 Union Street
Windsor
Victoria 3181
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9525 1005
E-mail: [email protected]annyofdistance.com.au
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 3:00pm to 1:00am

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