Grill Americano
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.

Farmer’s Daughter
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.

Chin Chin
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.

141 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Nestled inside Melbourne’s new culinary epicentre on Flinders Lane, Coda has been a staple of Melbourne’s dynamic culinary precinct since it first opened its doors in 2009.  This Vietnamese fusion resturant, pairs Southeast Asian techniques with Australia produce in a cool Flinders Lane basement.

33 Russell Street, Melbourne
In a landmark 1920’s building on leafy Russell Street a gorgeous cocktail bar and dining room bring classic euro vibes to Melbourne. Stepping into the elegant dining room on the ground floor of Cavendish House, a Chicago style 1920’s building on Russell St in the CBD.  Reimagined by Andrew McConnell and Acme & Co, this is a dining precinct for all seasons from casual catch ups at the bar to intimate booth dining and an elegant dining stage. The menu reflects their love of European flavours and traditions, and contemporary techniques that hero Australian produce. The wood-fired oven is the centrepiece of the kitchen with an a la carte menu of Skull Island prawns, roasted Eugowra Chicken and premium cuts of dry-aged beef.

175 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Kisume has redefined Japanese cuisine as we know it, drawing on the purity and integrity of Japanese cuisine whilst infusing it with an Australian sensibility. With a top floor dedicated to private dining and events, a ground floor sushi bar and basement restaurant space. Kisume provides a sophisticated and dynamic Melbourne dining experience.

Private dining experiences include the Chef’s table seating 12 guests, Hanza seating 10 guests, Chika seating 18 guests, Kuro seating 56 guests or 50 guests for a standing reception; Chablis bar hosts 40 guests for a standing reception.

Walk upstaris to Kuro, to the Chablis bar, an elegant meeting place to indulge in an intriguing array of specially-curated wines, with a focus on Chardonnay from Chablis.

40-44 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
Spacious rustic – chic southeast Asian restaurant and cocktail bar with vibrant modern vibes housed in a converted stable.

Longrain have three private dining spaces on the second level of Longrain – The Stalls with floating lanters lighting up the high ceilings, seating up to 80 guests or up to 100 guests for a standing reception.  The Loft is the private mezzanine dining space that overlooks the entire venue, seating up to 36 guests.

Matilda 159 Domain
159 Domain Road, South Yarra
Residing on the ground floor of the luxury United Places hotel, the stylish yet relaxed Matilda 159 is named after Scott Pickett’s daughter Matilda.  Dining is all about the open fire and hot coals, from wood roasted kohlrahi to smoked saltbush lamp rump, exceptional produce cooked over live flames.

Matilda has two private dining spaces, both located below the main dining level. The Harrison and Oscar’s Rooms, both seating up to 30 guests or combined seating 60 guests for a seated occasion and up to 100 guests for a standing reception.

Lower level, 187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Located along the buzzing Flinders Lane dining precinct, NOMAD’s food is inspired by travels through Spain, Morocco and the Middle East and cooked with fire and smoke. With a roaring wood fired oven as the centrepiece, the dining room features a large open kitchen & bar.

The Wine Room is Nomad’s intimate private dining space that can accommodate up to 12 guests for an exclusive experience.

Reine & La Rue
380 Collins Street, Melbourne
Housed in the original Melbourne stock exchange building dating back to 1890,  formerly known as ‘The Cathedral Room’.  Owners Al and Rebecca Yazbek have worked closely with Heritage Victoria to transform the former bank into the elegant new member of the Nomad dining Group.   Reine & La Rue is incluenced by French traditions and showcasing the finest produce from regional Victoria.

The restaurant can booked for exclusive hire, seating up to 110 guests for an elegant dining experience or 150 guests for a standing reception.

La Rue, is an intimate dimly lit bar nestled in the contrast of the main dining room and perfect for a wine tasting or cocktail.

Maha Restaurant
21 Bond Street, Melbourne
From the moment you enter Maha, your unrestricted Middle Eastern journey begins from the sweet, sensual aromas and elegant textures.  Located in a sub-basement venue on Bond Street, Maha is the signature venue for sought-after chef and restaurateur, Shane Delia.

There are some wonderful private dining spaces for you to experience the full flavoured Middle Eastern food.

The Sultan Room – with lavish finishes this premium private dining space has seating up to 18 guests
Semi Private Event Space One – sumptuous styling and moody ambience, this semi private space seats up to 26 guests
The Lounge Jayda – brimming with opulence and lavish finishes, the Lounge seats up to 30 guests or hosts 40 guests for cocktail event
Glenmorangie Signet Room – The Signet room is the restaurants most private dining seating up to 12 guests in this luxurious space
Semi Private Space Two – showcasing the best features of Maha’s iconic style, seating from 50 – 70 guests
Jayda Exclusive – step inot the front bar at Jayda and take a seat at the curved marble top bar with seating for up to 30 guests or exclusively book for 100 guests for a cocktail event

20 Duckboard Place, Melbourne
Venture down of one Melbourne’s most iconic laneways to the old Honky Tonks and let the team tempt you with their contemporary Indian-inspired flavours with a European influence. The restaurant was awarded a hat by the Good Food Guide 2023 and praised by Australian Gourmet Traveller.    Hidden behind graffitied walls of Flinders Lane, the restaurant is an elegant space featuring an ethereal Naomi Troski installation.

Yugen Melbourne
605 Chapel Street, Melbourne
A subterranean experience to heighten the senses. Leave the world at street level behind. The menu draws from the cultural richness of all parts of Asia using Australia’s finest produce.