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The NGV will host a huge exhibition of China's terracotta warriors this winter.
A European-style winter village with an ice rink, private igloos and fried cheese.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
You don't need a golden ticket to enjoy this 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'-themed dessert and cocktail bar.
A one-off dumpling degustation with six courses and 15 different dumps.
A one-off Aussie feast with unlimited gin cocktails on the Grand Final Friday.
Soak in the hot springs under the stars and in front of the big screen
Gear up for weekly gigs, spritzes and after-dark access to the NGV's new Terracotta Warrior exhibition.
Featuring everything from 'See My Vest' to 'Monorail' to 'We Put The Spring in Springfield'
8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
A dapper 1920s-inspired cocktail lounge in Southbank with hot chip butties (and other great sangas).
243 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Melbourne CBD's new late night bar and club is at home in the old Lounge space on Swanston Street.
1 Globe Alley, Melbourne
A rock 'n' roll Chinatown dive bar serving up free gigs and towering burgers.
The Carringbush Hotel
228 Langridge Street, Abbotsford
This 130-year-old pub is now slinging meat-free meals, wine on tap and more than 21 beers.
301 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Here you can pair stunning city views with 90s pop-themed cocktails and fried chicken sangas till 3am.
The Lame Duck
247 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
A retro disco dive bar with a vintage purple pool table, hot pink palm trees and a shrine to Cher.
447 Church Street, Richmond
Richmond's Great Britain Hotel has been transformed into an all-occasions pub with a dog-friendly beer garden and lots of barbecued meats.
11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
The Melbourne music institution has made its long-awaited return with an incredible refurb featuring 12 bars, two restaurants and three live music stages across its six levels.
State of Grace
27 King Street, Melbourne
The CBD venue has reopened in a new and improved location complete with a hidden drinking den.
Level 3, 263 Little Bourke Street , Melbourne
An affordable Southeast Asian eatery and bar with a covetable CBD rooftop.
110 Chapel Street, Windsor
Windsor's fun Mexican-inspired pizzeria and tequila bar.
191 Swan Street, Richmond
This little Richmond eatery is slinging meatball katsu-sandos, donburi bowls, cocktails and rare Japanese sake.
414 Smith Street, Collingwood
Collingwood's bar and brewery dedicated solely to IPAs.
B. Lucky & Sons
Level 3, Melbourne Central, 211 La Trobe Street, Melbourne
An adults-only arcade bar offering vintage games, prizes and alcoholic bubble tea until 3am.
103 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
The Spanish restaurant's rooftop serves up Catalan toasties and gin cocktails under the CBD stars.
Little Lon Distilling Co.
17 Casselden Place, Melbourne
A tiny CBD gin distillery that open its bar three nights a week.
87 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
A plush two-storey cocktail lounge with a secret basement bar, fireplace and boozy brunch sessions.
The Vale Bar & Eatery
169 Union Road, Ascot Vale
A cosy Ascot Vale local with a strong selection of pizzas and 150 wines.
Magnum + Queens Wine
274-278 Coventry Street, South Melbourne
This South Melbourne wine boutique and bar offers a carefully curated list of stellar wines.
20 Meyers Place, Melbourne
A tiny laneway bar serving up panini and coffee by day, and cicchetti and spritzes by night.