New Melbourne rooftop bar set to transport guests back to Mykonos

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A incredible Mediterranean-style rooftop bar has brought Santorini to Melbourne to satisfy those dreaming of a Greek holiday.  

The Golden Fleece has just opened in South Yarra and features a stunning fit out to make you feel like you’re on a Mediterranean holiday with white rendered walls, colourful mosaic details and curved archways decorated with ceramic pots and cacti. 

Serving a range of wines, beers and signature cocktails, the Golden Fleece features two chic floors of dining space with a rooftop terrace on the upper level and its own onsite bottle shop.

The bottle shop will have a subscription service where you can order your favourite wines, cocktails and beers delivered to your door each month.

The onsite bottle shop will have a subscription service where you can order your favourite wines, cocktails and beers delivered to your door each month.

Guests can order from the Greek-inspired menu of eclectic pizzas, fresh pastas, and a tapas menu including saganaki, salt and pepper calamari, white anchovies, arancini, house olives, bread, and dips.

Isaac Constantine and Zachary Riggs who foundered the Chapel Street dive bar, Two Wrongs, are the brains behind the new Greek eatery.

The new venue is set to host live music and DJs, collaborative events, art gallery showings and more.

Earlier this year, a Palm Spring-style bar opened up on the rooftop of one of Sydney’s trendiest breweries.

Perched atop the warehouse taproom of Philter Brewing, Marrickville Springs is a pastel-coloured oasis inspired by the iconic desert resort of Palm Springs.

Perched atop the warehouse taproom of Philter Brewing, Marrickville Springs is a pastel-coloured oasis complete with a white breezeblock cocktail bar, custom neon lighting and a 10-metre retractable roof that makes the space usable all year round.

Philter co-founder Stefan Constantoulas describes his latest venture as an ‘oasis in the middle of the city’ where drinkers can enjoy a menu that includes the brewery’s award-winning XPA, classic cocktails and a polarising craft beer slushie.

‘If you think of Palm Springs as an oasis in the middle of the desert, Marrickville Springs is like an oasis in the middle of the city,’ Mr Constantoulas told Broadsheet.

Source: Daily Mail

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