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The St Kilda Branch
Top St Kilda Bars

St Kilda, 3182
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ABOUT The St Kilda Branch
Top St Kilda Bars

Perfectly located just a step across from St Kilda’s famous Acland Street, The St Kilda Branch maintains an ambiance hard to find elsewhere in the area. By day, the friendly staff help to sculpt a relaxed atmosphere with pleasant food and music where you can enjoy a laugh with friends as the outdoor tables light up when the sun throws off the last of her rays before falling into the bay.

And by night, the cocktails will serve all your evening party needs. Enjoy the tasty food on offer, unwind with acoustic guitar.

The Branch has live tunes on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and daily food specials.

Monday: $10 Burgers

Tuesday: 50 cent Wings and Trivia

Wednesday: $13 Steak Night

Thursday: $12 Parma Night

Friday: $10 Fish & Chips

Sunday: $5 Pizzas

Happy Hour includes $12 Jugs, $6 Basics & $5 House Wines, and runs all day Monday and from 3pm - 7pm Tuesday to Thursday.

To get your weekend started (or pick you back up on a Sunday), $15 Espresso Martini's are available from 12pm – 6pm!

Nowhere else in St Kilda is the combination of ambiance and good times better.

For more information about The Branch St Kilda, fill out the contact form


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