Answering the age-old question of “what if the afterlife started in a bar,” House of Maximón, Melbourne’s new favourite bar, features dancing, the finest selection of tequila, cocktails and spiced popcorn all served under the watchful eye of the infamous Central American saint, San Simon (AKA Maximón). Paying homage to Maximón, ‘House of Maximón’ will introduce Melbourne to an eternally righteous, yet highly morally bankrupt house of ill repute; a divinely corrupt ‘dive’ bar for the ages. Featuring other worldly imagery from Dennis Ropar (a pop artist once referred to as “Warhol on Crack” by Ted Gott, senior curator of the NGV), real bone chandeliers crafted by visual artist Sara Penman, and original sculpture by key venue stakeholder Rene De La Soyo (created as an expression of gratitude to Maximón for choosing to embody his form), ‘House of Maximón’ is poised to provide Melbourne with a uniquely spiritual den of iniquity.

House of Maximon is available for private functions & venue hireClick here for more info