This new venue featured in the recent April issue of Australian Bartender
579 Little Collins Street
03 9529 3001
Ok simple things first. The name?
“Where at the bottom end of Melbourne’s CBD,” says Creative Director Michael Delaney Korabelnikova. Licensed for 1500 patrons, 365 days of the year and 24 hours a day, this is certainly one of the most ambitious venues that Melbourne has welcomed to the market in recent times.
The venue bring with it a number of different levels, and styles, with the street level acting as a pub, diner and disco and the other levels, well perhaps Delaney should explain. “On the middle level of the building we run SURVIVOR! a Saturday night mega rave dance party club. On the floor above that we run POOF DOOF, a Saturday night gay club for homos.” Thanks for clearing that up.
The venue has actually been in action as a nightclub for the last 20 years, so it is sure to have seen a few interesting times. No doubt this latest venture will only add to the story and they’ve got a good range of drinks and food to get you down for an experience. There’s late night ‘guilty pleasure’ food like burgers, Po Boys and tacos matched with tap beers, cider and cocktails.
The bar boasts an extensive back bar too so they’ll easily be able to service all range of spirits and mixers if that’s what you’re after. The Bottom End is set to bring a new dimension to the Melbourne scene, but in reality it would be just worth heading in to see the sensational interior design.