Rising from wraparound timber stairs, Siglo Bar is a stunning cube of industrial steel, glass and neon, opening to striking city views spanning the floodlit columned façade of Parliament, the spire of St Patrick’s Cathedral and the muralled brickwork and domes of the Princess Theatre.
Served by waiters at white clothed tables, guests are seated in Parisian wicker chairs & wooden garden furniture. The terrace offering focuses on classic cocktails, spirits & champagne, as well as a selection of fine Cuban cigars and bar snacks.
Fine wine, Cuban cigars and stunning views of Melbourne's CBD is what makes Siglo one of a kind.
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