Brunswick Street is the heart of nightlife in Melbourne. Two parts quirky, one part grunge, the street is home to an eclectic mix of bars that will satisfy everyone’s needs.
The well-established lounge bar has a jumbled homely feeling. There’s a very 70’s theme - mismatched lounges are inviting, vintage lamps sit in corners and an assortment of photos and art line the walls.
The menu has a range of local and craft beers on offer and a good selection of wine.
Food is not served at the Black Cat but there is an agreement with a local pizza bar to provide pizzas. Unfortunately the wait time can be a little off-putting.
Naked in the Sky
The rooftop bar of Brunswick Street’s hottest tapas bar - Naked for Satan - Naked in the Sky continues to deliver on the same atmosphere, value and style that the restaurant brings.
There are oven a dozen beers on tap, as well as an extensive list of craft beers. Their speciality is a huge range of imported and in-house infused vodka on offer.
The food list is affordable Basque tapas though you may have the option to grab a table in the restaurant.
Craft beer is a big deal in Melbourne and no company are more passionate about their brews than Little Creatures.
The menu simple with Little Creatures brews heavily featured as well as a combination of hearty snacks and simple pub grub.