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Dick Whittington Tavern
Private Function Spaces

Saint Kilda East, 3182
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
9am - 1am9am - 1am9am - 1am9am - 1am9am - 1am 9am - 1am10am - 11pm

ABOUT Dick Whittington Tavern
Private Function Spaces

The Dick Whittington Tavern in St Kilda East has had a face-lift recently. The newly renovated upstairs function venue, with multiple room options to suit a variety of occasions. With a sleek modern bar and balcony area, they can tailor the physical set up of the rooms to suit any function, big or small. With its original ceiling features, versatile design and abundant space, The Dick's Events Room Upstairs makes for the perfect area to hold large cocktail style events for up to 130 guests or sit down dinners for up to 60.

The private dining room provides an intimate yet comfortable environment for a dinner party of up to 14 guests. Whereas, the bar and balcony area is ideal for cocktail parties of up to 100 guests.

The Function room area is more suited to sit down lunches or dinners and can also be used as an overflow area for larger cocktail functions of up to 130.


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VENUE DETAILS

Capacities

Room Min Max
Private Dining N/A 14
Function Room 40 70
Bar & Balcony 20 100
Entire Venue 60 130
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