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Natural History Bar & Grill

1940s flair in the heart of Melbourne

Styled after throwback NYC steakhouses like Peter Luger, Natural History Bar & Grill is an all-day drinking establishment, where mid-day martinis are consumed by the threes, piano sing-alongs last deep into the night and delectable burgers are on offer alongside tins of caviar.

 

The seemingly bizarre concept was conceived by chef Morgan McGlone and designer Michael Delany who, together, remodelled one of Melbourne’s old historic buildings into a swanky steakhouse-cum-oyster and piano bar. The menu plays towards “Mad Men” taste buds, with highlights including the porterhouses and freshly shucked oysters.

 

What makes this bar truly memorable though is the décor – seemingly straight from an old natural history museum, it boasts lifelike dioramas like taxidermized eagles.

 

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