May is here and what better way to engage in a little May-Hem, then a night out at one of our favourite digs.
To kick you off, here are our top 3 ways to spend your night out this May!
Bar Rochford is a funky little wine & cocktail bar hidden away in the iconic Melbourne Building. Here you’ll find a wonderful assortment of fine local food, exciting wines from local producers and amazing jams. If you’re a fan of records, sharp spirits and love good service, get along to Bar Rochford home in one of the capital’s oldest buildings in Melbourne!
Geronimo is a cool, funky take on European tradition. Wonderful design is mixed with a relaxed and contemporary food experience, washed down with some amazing boutique ales and splendid wines.
Geronimo is the perfect mix of a wonderfully balanced menu with a location that means you don’t need to go anywhere else for you May night out!!
Petition Wine Bar offers a carefully curated selection of boutique wines for new drinkers through to those with more seasoned palates. Select your wine direct from the shelves (the library, they’ve got a library!!!!) or from the ‘by the glass menu’ if you’re unsure and what to taste the selection first.
Whilst they are a modern Australian, contemporary menu, the food takes back seat to the crafting of thrilling and complex beverages. Featuring a curated and food-friendly selection of ready-to-drink artisan wines, beers, spirits, aperitifs, cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks, it’s a an ideal place to settle in for the night and perfect way to round out May Hem!
For the best way to visit some of Australia’s most awarded bars and restaurants, visit www.gourmettravellergiftcard.com.au and book your next May Hem night out!
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