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The Tipsy Cow
Best Small Bars

Port Melbourne, 3207
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ClosedClosed4pm - 11pm4pm - 11pm4pm - 1am 2pm - 1am2pm - 1am

ABOUT The Tipsy Cow
Best Small Bars

The Tipsy Cow is a sanctuary for those who need a relaxing space with finer taste. When you walk in you can leave all the stresses behind, melt into one of the sofa seats with cushions and throws, curl up, and unwind.

They provide high end wine and spirits, and are very proud of their whisky collection and freshly made cocktails. The food is made in-house and they cater to all different dietary requirements. The staff are very knowledgeable, and friendly, and can always help you on your sensory journey through their menu.

In summer, you can enjoy the beautiful sunny courtyard, and in winter you can sit in front of the fireplace and keep warm. Every space within the bar has been put together with comfort and style in mind. The Tipsy Cow is not just a bar, it is an extension of home; patrons aren't simply customers, but rather esteemed guests.

Oh, and did they mention that they're dog friendly? They love furry friends and they truly understand the deep human-animal bond. Your beloved pets are most welcome to join you, and have a little treat as they sit by your side while you enjoy a drink or two.


The Tipsy Cow is available for private functions and venue hire
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