Gin Palace

190 Little Collins Street
Melbourne 3000

(03) 9654 0533

 
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If you love martinis, then this is your castle. With a drinks list to make your liver quiver, Gin Palace ...
High quality, but expensive cocktails are front and centre at this late night basement bar. You can order nibbles appropriate ...
S.J. Hassall, Bar Secrets Melbourne
Certainly not the kind of place you'd take your mum but somewhere she might take her lover.
Mark Gambino, CitySearch.com.au
A bastion for all things inebriating, Gin Palace set a benchmark long ago for lounge drinking that has become a ...
Popular post-work hangout for smart-suited city types but with emphasis on booze not business. Drinks range from 18 gins to ...
Daniel Berger, MelbournePubs.com
The owner of this subtly decorated trendy bar, has created a place here that is both vibrant and relaxed in ...
New York-style class and decadence ooze from this establishment as easily as Dean Martin downed martinis. And martinis are, in ...
With its seductive, low-lit atmopshere and luscious cocktails, it's little wonder this drinking palace lures in Melbourne's glamour set. Try ...
Intimacy is one of life's great delights, and it is a quality the owners of The Gin Palace have perfected. ...
Melinda Houston, Epicure
We still love its laneway location, its air of mystery, and its fabulous martinis.


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