Navigate the four levels of this hospitality extravaganza with a Campari — or two — in hand.
One of Melbourne's original laneway haunts, the multi-level Campari House has a space for every mood and occasion. Get comfy in the dining room with a feast of rustic Italian fare, unwind over cocktails and DJ tunes in the upstairs lounge, or venture to the astroturfed rooftop bar to team an Auchentoshan & Ale with sweeping city views.
The Italian-inspired menu features fresh, modern dishes — from steamed local bay mussels ($18), roasted beetroot ravioli ($28), braised lamb ragu ($28), and a traditional Italian tiramisu ($14). All of which, should be aptly complemented by a glass of Campari, obviously.
Images: Giulia Morlando.