The George Public Bar is housed in the Basement of the famous George Hotel on the corner of Fitzroy and Grey Street in St Kilda. It has a long and colourful history. Earlier this year it underwent a bit of a facelift to give the space a more luxe feel. With a focus on fine Australian spirits and fine cocktails, the venue now offers the perfect backdrop for your night out or celebration.
There is something special about basement bars, something about walking down the stairs and basking in the mysteriousness of a hidden space. When you combine that with a luxe setting and fine drinks then you have the makings of a special and memorable event.
The George Public bar can hold up to 110 people for a cocktail style event, with the option of having a DJ and decorating the venue for your special occasion.
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