Barney Allen’s has two function spaces that are ideal for groups that are both able to be roped off from the rest of the place for privacy. Both spaces also have access to the bar. The St Kilda Snug, as we call it, is our back area of the bar. It has couches, a large low table, a barrel and the back length of the bar. This area holds up to 25 people comfortably and with addition of the other back corner can hold up to 40 people. There is no charge for booking this area. The Mirror Bar area is to the right of our bar. It has two high tables each with 8 stools as well as the whole length of the bar with another 10 stools. This area is best for groups 0f 20- 50. To reserve this area we require a minimum spend of $500 to be ordered on finger food but no charge for the space. We have many menu options on our a la carte menu that are ideal to share and can be ordered on the night for larger groups in a stand up function. We also offer a range of finger food functions that can be prearranged which offer a variety of options for your group. Due to our group booking being available within the venue and not in a separate private room, all food items are served on platters and are suitable for stand up events. Our menu options should be seen as a guide rather than set in stone. If there is something from our menu that you would prefer to be included we can arrange that and adjust the price accordingly.
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