112 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Striking marble bar offers a fabulous place to meet for a cocktail before dinner. Located in Melbourne’s cool Flinders Lane, dining at Grill Americano you will experience classic Italian elegance with the finest Australian produce.
The heart of Chris Lucas’ glamorous Flinders Lane steakhouse is a hand-built wood oven, imported from Naples, and a Josper grill, a Spanish “legend in the world of charcoal gastronomy”. The menu offers delicate pastas, specially procured beef – including the rarest Wagyu breeds, fresh seafood and classic Italian desserts.
80 Collins Street, Melbourne
A multi-faceted modern dining destination like no other. Celebrating a la carte dining in the grand dining room with booth seating, creating an opulent supper-club feel, grey, black and navy tones merge with dark timber velvet furnishings.
East & West are Society’s two luxuriously appointed private dining rooms named East and West perch above the Society Dining Room and represent the pinnacle of dining experiences. Each room can set up to 32 guests or combined to seat up to 60 guests.
Lillian Brasserie is a vibrant yet elegant bar and restaurant serving sophisticated cocktails and European classics perfect for intimate dinners and lingering lunches. The restaurant is named after the legendary Collins Street denizen, Lillian Wightman, and overlooks her former couture salon, Le Louvre.
6/80 Collins Street, Melbourne
Spanning over three levels; the One Hat winner at the Good Food Guide Awards in 2023, offers diners a taste of Victoria’s Gippsland region, also known as the food bowl of the state. With a wonderful Rooftop bar, a farm to table culinary delight the restaurant offers rustic yet an elegant style of dining for up to 48 guests for a seated lunch or dinner, or reception for 70 guests.
The ground floor Deli at Farmer’s Daughters offers a relaxed, vibrant dining experience including an open kitchen, gourmet deli and takeaway coffee shop.
Travel upstairs to the Restaurant, where a thoughtful menu tells the stories of the seasons and producers of the Gippsland region.
125 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Located in the heart of historic Flinders Lane, Chin Chin has been a favourite of locals and visitors since 2011, with a menu based on intense flavours of South-East Asia. The adventurous menu, under the guidance of executive chef Benjamin Cooper has been designed with the hawker dining halls of Bangkok in mind serving Thai-inspired cuisine with Indian and Vietnamese influences.
Above the bustling Chin Chin & Gogo Bar is The Venue, an event space with large bay windows overlooking Melbourne’s iconic Flinders Lane, with interiors designed by George Livissianis. With two seperate private dining rooms that can be booked individually and seating up to 50 guests or 60 – 80 guests for a reception or combined seating up to 130 guests or 160 for a standing reception.