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The General Assembly
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South Wharf, 3006
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
11:30am - Late11:30am - Late11:30am - Late11:30am - Late11:30am - Late 11:30am - Late11:30am - Late

ABOUT The General Assembly
Top Waterfront Bars

Experience the essence of Melbourne without navigating your way through confusing back streets and alleyways. And if Melbourne’s weather is living up to its reputation, fear not, because The General Assembly caters to four seasons in a day. #HowDoYouMelbourne

Peruse the delicious menu which offers Melbourne’s latest food trends including the famous eggplant chips with blue cheese or a perfectly cooked steak from the Josper oven.  Sample a huge range of classic and unique cocktails or a cold beer from their 49 taps. The Carlton Draught is delivered fresh and unpasteurised every Thursday and stored in their beloved copper tanks, so you know it’s fresh!

Listen to local acoustic every Friday, Saturday and Sunday while enjoying this Riverside terrace and don’t leave until you’ve checked out the street art installations which mirror Melbourne’s hidden laneways.

The General Assembly is located next to DFO and Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, so there’s always something to do in the South Wharf Precinct.


 

The General Assembly is available for private functions & venue hire
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