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Storyville

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Once upon a time there was a cocktail bar and nightclub in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD called ‘StoryVille’… Styled around childhood fables that we know and love, this fairy tale themed venue offers a truly unique and whimsical experience for those who dare to roam throughout its rooms.

During the week, the Mushroom Palace Cocktail bar, with glowing toadstools sprouting from the walls and chilled out atmosphere, makes an ideal drop in for after work drinks. Take the edge off with one of our signature cocktails, or simply relax with an ice cold beer or glass of Pinot Gris.

On weekends the StoryVille team keep the party going ‘til late with two floors of music and entertainment. From the moment you step through the door into this noir fantasy you’ll discover a world of nostalgia and wonder, where anything is possible.

Climb the Enchanted Tree to the Mushroom Palace and Birdcage or travel onwards to the fantasy world of Tolkein in the Hobbit House Bar, Narnia and The Library ~ complete with a wall of giant books.

Music is supplied by some of Melbourne’s well established DJs plus interstate guests, who spin tunes from an ink pot-shaped station. The dance floor fills to a range of sounds such as soulful vocal/funky house~ climbing to deep & tech house through to the wee, small hours.

In the end, the quote over the door sums it up best: “Buy the ticket, take the ride…” (Hunter S Thompson).

So, come one, come all to the fairy tale that is StoryVille.

 

185 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000

(03) 9993 9034

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Greek Community of Melbourne

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The Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne & Victoria is a non-profit organisation and is recognised as the peak Greek organisation in Melbourne. Established in 1897 by some of the first Greek residents of the City of Melbourne, with its roots in the early in 1890’s.

168 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000

(03) 9662 2722

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Hellenic Museum

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Founded in 2007 by Spiros Stamoulis the Hellenic Museum aims to provide Greek Australians, and the larger diverse community of Australia, with programs that promote understanding and appreciation for the rich cultural traditions of ancient and contemporary Greece.

280 William St, Melbourne VIC 3000

(03) 8615 9016

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