A Multi-Level Tour of Curtin House

Explore every nook and cranny, from train carriage cocktails, to a slab of tasty tacos.
Libby Curran
Published on April 21, 2017


When was the last time you paused to marvel at the tower of good times that is Curtin House? This multi-level beauty is brimming with history filled with activities you've probably forgotten about. Built back in 1923, and once acting as the headquarters of the Communist Party, it's now home to the much more light-hearted business of eating, drinking and shopping. In lieu of your usual Saturday night local, take time to explore one of our city's historic gems from bottom to top — from drinking craft beers at Cookie and cocktails in a train carriage booth at The Toff, to browsing the shelves at independent bookshop Metropolis, getting into punchy Mexican eats and top-notch tequila at Mesa Verde and brews with a view up at Rooftop Bar.


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