6. Ines Wine Bar
Combine the sultry allure of Europe with a splash of Windsor cool and you get Ines Wine Bar. Swoon over sumptuous food and the cracking list of French, Italian and local wine by Coravin and soak up the moody atmosphere generated by ambient lighting and walnut furnishings.
7. The Woods
Pay homage to the best of the 1900s and take your pick of more than 100 whiskies to sip from fine crystalware at The Woods. Step into a speakeasy from a bygone era and listen to classic gramophone tunes, check out the taxidermy on display, and nibble tasty morsels from the menu.
Meet Chapel Street's hottest new rooftop venue: Beverly. This chic Californian-inspired restaurant and bar is bright and airy, boasting incredible views of Melbourne's city skyline. A carefully curated, modern Australian menu complements the oh-so-stylish setting, featuring delightful dishes like kingfish crudo, Cali cobb salad, pork cotoletta, and lobster mac 'n' cheese.
9. Tokyo Tina
Hannoi Hannah has expanded south-side, with its younger sibling, Tokyo Tina. Head to Windsor for contemporary Japanese food with Korean flavours, straight from the pages of The Good Food Guide 2022. Delight your tastebuds with tonkatsu croquettes and pork and kimchi gyoza with a side of Japanese beer, whisky or sake.
10. Borsch Vodka and Tears
Tuck into delicious Polish fare in a cosy, ambient setting at much-loved Chapel Street hotspot, Borsch Vodka and Tears. This aptly named bar and restaurant stocks 100+ varieties of vodka, perfectly paired with hearty and authentic Polish dishes like pierogi, cabbage rolls, and grilled sausage.