The Editors here at [MPD] have selected their best Melbourne CBD private spaces & secret places, to eat, drink, and throw an intimate dinner party, family feast or banquet in style, away from the crowd!
Set in one of Melbourne’s laneways just off Little Collins Street, is the iconic Sarti Italian Restaurant. Chef Paolo Masciopinto expresses his creativity and passion with a contemporary focus on his award winning food and style. Diners enjoy his innovative interpretations of classics as well as his unique signature dishes. This venue has 2 unique private dining spaces on offer both overlooking the rooftop deck – The, Middle Terrace seats groups of up to 24 guests. With the Upper Terrace seating groups of up to 30 guests. Food Set Menu’s range between $68pp to $98pp. Beverage set packages start at $45pp or on consumption.
The Royal Melbourne Hotel is one of this cities most-unique dining and event spaces.On the former site of Melbourne's City West Police Station, RMH incorporates historical features & modern architecture to culminate in one of the most iconic buildings. Equipped with 5 unique areas - including an impressive glass-enclosed Atrium, heritage-listed bluestone cellblock, and an all-weather heated courtyard bar, RMH is the perfect place for all occasions. RMH can accommodate bookings & special occasions of any size including Christmas/ EOFY party, birthday, trivia and corporate event, wedding, conference, awards night, product launch, networking, uni nights and more...Flexible food and beverage packages and an intrinsic understanding of clients needs have formed many long-term working relationships with clientele and make booking your next celebration a breeze. Conveniently located within minutes from Etihad Stadium & Southern Cross Station, RMH is ideal for all corporate and social celebrations.
Located within Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, No35 is an elegant dining destination designed with rich timbers, vibrant tones, contemporary artworks and breathtaking views of Melbourne. The restaurant serves modern cuisine using fresh local ingredients matched with attentive service and an outstanding wine selection.
Set discreetly within the grounds of the former Royal Mint lies The Mint Bar and Restaurant. Designed to complement Melbourne’s eclectic weather, come inside and warm up by the open fires, or soak up the sunshine in one of the city’s largest beer gardens. Whether you’re after a gastronomic lunch, a memorable function venue or just a few cheeky drinks after work, come and enjoy this uniquely venue.
Located at the Paris End of Collins Street is Melbourne’s premium seafood private dining experience! 2 intimate dining rooms, 1 seating up to 26 guests the other up to 35 guests. Renowned for some of this cities freshest crayfish and sustainable produce, it’s the perfect place to celebrate birthday dinners, business lunches and group gatherings. Food Packages are available from $65pp with Beverages on consumption or organised prior to your event.
Located on Bourke Hill in Melbourne’s Little Italy, Bottega’s cosy, welcoming ambience, plush leather seats & soft lighting, has made it a long time favourite haunt for CBD diners. Serving some of Melbourne’s best modern Italian food with a premium selection of local & imported wines, the menu is extensive & well chosen with dishes such as housemade strozzapreti with clams, mussels, prawns & calamari or Roasted Western Plains pork costolette, apple & cabbage salad, apple balsamic, crispy crackling.
Home to Melbourne’s favourite pork belly and more for over 10 years, Red Spice Road has been dedicated to serving the best food Asia offers, in a buzzing and energetic communal dining environment. Red Spice road has repeatedly been named as home to Melbourne’s favourite pork belly. At the restaurant, you’ll get a South East Asian-style dining experience with all the energy of a busy Asian metropolis right in the heart of Melbourne.From the moment you step inside Red Spice Road, you’ll be transported away from Melbourne’s (quite probably) dreary weather and feel like you’re in the heart of Asia. You’ll be dining under our famous red lantern, surrounded by three large scale David Bromley artworks and stunning murals by up-and-coming Melbourne street artist, Mike Eleven.
At Bar Lourinhã, they believe true hospitality comes from the heart. Their passion is sharing their love of good Mediterranean food, wine and cherished memories.Bar Lourinhã Upstairs is an exclusive space that has a brand new look and feel courtesy of the creative vision of designer Pascale Gomes McNabb.The intimate room is the perfect venue for a celebration or corporate function. Designed specifically for birthdays, engagements, small wedding receptions and a variety of business events, the space can be whatever you want it to be.Seating up to 40 guests for a sit-down lunch or dinner and up to 65 guests for a stand-up cocktail event, exclusive room hire offers complete privacy and the chance for your guests to experience the Mediterranean way of life.They have a range of food and drinks packages that reflect the current menu and feature seasonal produce. Each package can be tailored to suit your specific requests and dietary requirements.
Shannon Bennett's established fine dining, recently reinvigorated in the move to Level 55 of Melbourne's iconic Rialto. Vue de monde is testament to the belief that restaurant dining can be a wondrous, unforgettable experience and pays homage to classical fine dining in a sophisticated, modern context. Originally housed in a quirky terrace building in Drummond Street Carlton, Vue de monde relocated in 2005 to the historic Normanby Chambers in Melbourne’s central business district. Evolving from a classical French style restaurant with a niche following, the move signified a shift in direction, with a focus on the theatrical and the dedication to dining as an experience. Vue de monde was lauded in its original location, including chef/owner Shannon Bennett being awarded the Australian Gourmet Traveller's inaugural 'Best New Talent' Award in 2003. It was the move to the new premises that Vue de monde achieved widespread critical acclaim and international recognition, including a then unprecedented 19/20 from The Age Good Food Guide.In June 2011 Vue de monde relocated to the 55th floor of Melbourne’s iconic Rialto building, which challenged the notion that great dining cannot exist at great heights A pared back and sophisticated space, the design reflects on Australia’s history - it references Melbourne’s glory days during the gold rush and other cultural icons including the out back dunny! With the sweeping views across the city and beyond, plus a stunning neon conceptual art piece by seminal artist Joseph Kosuth - interpreting one of Charles Darwin’s sketches - forms the back drop for the restaurant. The ‘view’ is finally in Vue de monde.
Reminiscent of old world Europe, The European mines the traditions of rural France, Italy and Spain.7.30 to late, breakfast to dinner, 7 days a week, The European serves honest, simple food, sourcing only the best produce from Australia and Europe. This institution is a must visit, even if it’s just for one of this city's finest coffees.
The once famous Campari Bistro has been brilliantly rejuvenated, creating a fantastic four level hospitality experience reflecting Melbourne’s diverse restaurant and bar culture. Located on the iconic Hardware Lane, the street-level Dining Room with its Italian-inspired menu is the heart of our home. Sneak upstairs where you will find a private Function & Events space, continue on to enjoy a specialty cocktail in the Lounge Room, or make it all the way up to our legendary Rooftop Bars for stunning city views!
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