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Lickety Split
Best Beer Gardens

Footscray, 3011
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3PM - 10PM3PM - 10PM3PM - 10PM3PM - 10PM11AM - 10PM 11AM - 10PM11AM - 9PM

ABOUT Lickety Split
Best Beer Gardens

From the team that brought you Back Alley Sally’s, The Line and Harry and Larry’s comes the latest addition to Footscray’s Moreland Street. Lickety Split is an eclectic beer garden showcasing vintage furnishings, lavish greenery, converted shipping containers and an onsite food truck.

Come for a quick beer or bite and get lost among the various hideouts tucked throughout the yard. Encapsulating the west side rustic chic charm, Lickety Split is the perfect fit for any crowd. Its varied seating options, open spaces and secluded alcoves cater to both intimate and rowdy catch-ups.

The venue is kitted out with an on-site bicycle workshop, op-shop and shuffle board tables, so you'll never be short of an excuse to drop by for a sneaky afternoon session.

Contact Lickety Split via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form.

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