233 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Just like its tongue-in-cheek moniker, everything about Touché Hombre echoes an ironically cool, laid back vibe. Heavily inspired by the Latino street-art culture of Los Angeles, the restaurant and bar on the corner of Lonsdale Street and Tattersalls Lane in the city is constantly evolving; at Touché Hombre, DJ’s work the decks, the bar and tables are built using reclaimed timber from Princes Pier and a neon Ghostbusters display greets you upon arrival.
Huge range of great Tequila as you would expect!
Sipping Tequila with a smile :)
Lamb Ribs and Yellow-fin Tosdada
Section 8 Container Bar
27-29 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000
You don't get much grungier than sitting in an open-air-industrial-zone-themed-bar, in an alleyway no less, sipping a long neck Coopers and surrounded by lit up fairy lights and baskets of old light-bulbs. This is what Melbourne is about.
Trendy, street, new age! Tucked away nicely. Called the container bar because the place has shipping crates to sit on. Cool arty style of crowd, great drinks, I think it used to be a car park. These types of bars are a bit of a trend in Melbourne. Making otherwise useless spaces into cool bars
This is why I love living in Melbourne!