White Oaks Saloon, Prahran

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MELBOURNE | White Oaks Saloon Prahran is brothers Tom and Nicholas Welch’s ode to America’s South. From the Bluegrass/Country soundtrack to the swinging wooden doors, low lights and the decor, the bar certainly feels like what you’d think a bar like this should feel like. The brothers run a small liquor import business, which means that they’re best placed to source the exact American spirits that they want to serve at the bar. This means quality small batch whiskey and bourbons and some fantastic cocktails. Check out the particularly tasty “American Pie” with vanilla liqueur, apple juice, and cinnamon, or try a barrel aged cocktail. Beer is craft and US focused, with a variety of styles from breweries like Sierra Nevada and Founders on offer to keep everyone happy.

Food is also Southern inspired, with things like  jambalaya, sweet-potato corn bread, pork sliders, tacos, and fried chicken on the menu to satisfy those Southern food cravings.

White Oaks Saloon

115-117 Greville Street
Prahran 3181
Australia

Telephone: (03) 8395 5719
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.whiteoakssaloon.com.au/

Open
Tue – Sun: 5:00pm to late

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