Sure, the team here at Irene Carter E-Cigs is a proud e-cigarette supplier that provides high-quality e-cigs to the folks of Melbourne and elsewhere in Australia. But as amazing as they are, we all know that there’s still a lot more to life than simply vaping.
If you haven’t read it yet, we recently posted a list of unique art and culture places to go to in Melbourne. It’s an expanding list of the less travelled, cultural segments of Australia’s most popular cities.
In that same league we thought we’d also write about some of the harder-to-find, less ‘touristy’ hotspots in Melbourne.
Without further ado, here’s an ongoing list of unique bars, restaurants, and other places of interest to go to in Melbourne:
(Image from Hell’s Kitchen)
A bar in Melbourne CBD that’s a little difficult to find that separates itself from some of the more corporate joints in the area. Be careful, because it’s easy to miss the entrance. It’s hidden down the end of Centre Place.
The name should be enough to bring you here. According to team Bimbo, “Now on the brink of adolescence, this Brunswick Street bar has become a Fitzroy icon. For seven days of the week, it’s offering of cheap pizza and unique entertainment can be called upon from midday until well into the early morning. $4 gourmet pizzas accompany a diverse range of beer, wine, and spirits to be enjoyed amongst the lounges or in the rooftop courtyard. The warmer weather will see live bands take to the outdoor stage beneath Moroccan lights.”
Lunar Drive-in theatre
(Image from Lunar Drive-In)
If you want to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and gaze at a movie under the stars, then Lunar Drive-In Theatre might be the place to go. Apparently, it’s the largest drive-in theatre in the Southern Hemisphere.
(Image from The B.east)
The main reason why we wanted to add The B.east was for its burger challenge: to eat a triple B.east beef pattie, triple bacon, chilli cheese sauce, lettuce, pickled red onion, and tomato – all within 3 minutes.