Monday 16th February to Sunday 1st March
Four laneways in Chinatown.
Time: Every night
Map Reference: Blue 1 to 4
Beyond the Chinese dumpling doorways, there’s a quirky bar culture down Chinatown’s laneways.
Section 8 in Tattersalls Lane is formed in a car park out of shipping containers and pallets. The informal inside- outside feel encourages interaction with the urban environment..
Croft Institute draws its ambience from an old school science lab. Its cocktails are as colourful as the famous graffiti located down Croft’s Lane.
The Hemingway Daiquiri is a favourite at New Gold Mountain whilst the Double Happiness Maoist backdrop is an unexpected setting for a bubble cup cocktail – both are in Liverpool St.
One of Melbourne’s favourite Thai restaurants, Longrain has an extensive bar menu. But there’s a lot of fine dining to be experience beforehand in their large dining room.
RMIT School of Art have created the lighting installations down Chinatown laneways… Go explore Chinatown one evening!
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