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Bad Frankie
Top Fitzroy Bars

Fitzroy, 3065
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ABOUT Bad Frankie
Top Fitzroy Bars

Fitzroy’s Bad Frankie is dedicated to two things. The first is showcasing the best in boutique Australian spirits from across the country. The second is complementing these spirits with the iconic jaffle.

Saying the ever-changing menu is experimental would be an understatement. Lamington, pizza supreme, cheesy baked bean and even vegan butter chicken are just some of the crazy yet delicious concoctions to come out of the Bad Frankie kitchen. With a huge selection of Australian gin, beer and wine as well as a unique cocktail menu, there’s a reason these guys won best small bar in 2017.

You can find Bad Frankie at 141 Greeves Street, Fitzroy. For ease of transport, catch the 86 tram that runs straight past the bar. The nearest tram stop is number 19 (corner of Johnston and Smith Street).

Contact the venue via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form.


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