Holy Moly is Hawthorn’s latest and greatest multi-faceted entertainment venue. Conveniently located next to the Glenferrie Train station, the entire venue (formerly known as Cheers/Casey's to Melbourne’s Gen X’s and Y’s) boasts a captivating space over two levels, and has features including a sports bar, a retro chapel pizza pub and nightclub.
The Sports Bar pays tribute to the greatest, including a shrine for Shane Warne and 8 wall mounted screens so no minute of the action will be missed. Upstairs at the famous Untz Untz nightclub, they offer a fully functional live music set up and a light up seemingly bottomless, dance floor installation unique to Untz which will have you dancing till the early hours of the morning.
The menu has been designed with hospitality consultant extraordinaire Henry Chan (Naked for Satan, Naked in The Sky, Bimbo Deluxe and Lucky Coq) to create Melbourne’s most delicious pizzas. They've got all the classics, from Hawaiian and Margarita to more unusual combinations for dinner and dessert. With a cocktail menu (cocktails on tap anyone?) created with Jemma Hemsworth (2015’s Runner Up for Bartender of the Year) that includes at trilogy of Bloody Mary’s every Sunday and 7 Deadly Cocktails, plus an extensive array of craft beers on tap, there is a drink to suit anyone on any night.
On Tuesday nights, they run the famous Cheers - the only nightclub in Melbourne open on a Tuesday and a veteran hot spot for uni students. Thursdays is home to Animal House, and Fridays is the new Anti Club: the club for people who don’t do clubs. Saturday nights are Adultery, a 19+ night with a unique mix of house, techno, disco, hip hop, soul, funk and R&B. And downstairs the pizza pub and sports bar is always running with karaoke on Fridays and Shit Pub Trivia on a Wednesday. There is something for everyone.
With a 24 hour liquor licence and a kitchen open until 3am on weekends, Holy Moly is quickly becoming a the one stop destination of Hawthorn and the greater Melbourne.