If you are energised by a flurry of people passing by and you enjoy good wines you will like this place. Food was good (not great) but I agree that the gnocchi was the best meal at our table and the meatballs were lovely, but...More
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Why have I been visiting Melbourne off and on for almost 20 years and never found this place before? Why ? We found it late on a Saturday evening and were gobsmacked. What a tidy atmospheric wine bar with a huge range of wines for...More
We were told to get here early, before the Friday afterwork crowd, so we had a great spot at the bar by the time the afterwork buzz rolled in. Standing room only by 6:30. Great selection of wines, local and European. $8-14 US per glass....More
We visited this interesting wine and food bar last week. It's a small, busy place aimed at CBD workers wanting a quick meal and drink after work. The food is fine and well priced, but the wine is expensive(for what ii is). Be warned if...More
Babysitter organised, tickets purchased months ago now somewhere to meet to relax before the show. The weather certainly helped but sitting out the front in the bustle of the city while relaxing with a lovely wine recommended by the staff & a charcuterie tasting plate...More
Excellent choice of wines and some very good food, terrific rissotto and schnitzels, plus good appetizers. I was too full to go for dessert, but the "apple crumble custard trifle" seems the ultimate!
My mate and I had been to a wine tasting in Fitzroy and felt like moving on to a nice quiet bohemian like place, the City Wine Shop, opposite the Parliament Building in Spring Street, to share a fine bottle of Pinot Noir. The range...More
Didn't venture inside having scored a table outside. Small tables for 4 though if you are having meals. Great wine list as you'd expect with a cafe named City Wine Shop. It is a very busy spot on Spring St but the footpath is wide...More
That was what I salivated over, anyway-- friend's order of gnocchi. The ploughman's platter was pretty generous with mean and cheese, too. Coffee brilliant.