Pontoon St Kilda Beach
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Local, walking distance, most amazing outlook, great easy share plates. My pick to watch the sun go down with an Aperol Spritz!
This sand-level bar and eatery occupies the entire ground floor of the rebuilt Stokehouse St Kilda. Families treat their kids to pizza and hot chips; groups of mates enjoy a few beers; couples share small plates and a bottle of wine. While more casual in approach than the original Stokehouse Cafe…
The fanciest of fancy. Where the beautiful people seem to hang about. In all seriousness though, there is a very good vibe and always a pumping sunset with good tunes at Pontoon. Get down there at 4-5pm to avid any lines to get in.
Watch the sunset over fish and chips or enjoy a fabulous meal over a wine overlooking the beach.
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“A personal favourite - the Prosciutto wrapped eggs or $10 martinis on a Wednesday. ”
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“The Veg Out Farmers Market is the place to go for fresh, seasonal produce in St Kilda. Award winning farmers from across the state converge on Peanut Farm Reserve to meet the locals and supply them with an array of fruits, veggies, sauces, spices, meats and dairy products, breads and pastas, cheeses, oils and much more. It brings a slice of rural life to the city and provides a great opportunity to chat to these farmers and support local business while filling up your pantry with the best quality produce. Join the fun on the first Saturday of the month from 8:30am to 1pm at Peanut Farm Reserve.”
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“- Great Coffee - Awesome selection of plant based breakfast / lunch options - Pet friendly ”
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“There’s an indoor-outdoor feel to the revamped Village Belle Hotel. Light streams in from many angles. Turn your head one way and you’ll see St Kilda bustle past; turn another and you’ll spot the atrium and garden bar with dark booths tucked at the back. Walking into the public bar, there’s a fresh and vibrant feeling, even though you know this place remains a pub at heart. A massive wall of TAB screens is a bit jarring, but it’s hidden around a corner. Upstairs you’ll find on-trend pinks and blues in the Doulton Lounge; a spot for cocktails in curved booths soundtracked by live DJs. There’s a circle theme throughout the space, but its most apparent here with round stools, circular booths, archways and plate-sized circular mirrors dotted around the walls. The owners worked with architects Techne on the $15 million revamp, which has taken the 128-year-old hotel from a tired old pub, covered in signs advertising for “Bogan Bingo” and “Wednesday Poker”, to a light, more welcoming space. Co-owner David Shannon says there used to be 46 different placards covering the building. Now there are three. “There’s not many similarities apart from the public bar,” Shannon says. “We had a very good public bar trade and we were known to be a great place to come and watch the football, have a bet at the TAB, that sort of thing.” Chef Matt McCartney (formerly the Lakehouse in Daylesford, and Chateau Yering) has come to run the kitchen, with a menu that includes a steak sandwich and chips over the counter for less than $20, and a 300 gram Jack’s Creek sirloin steak for $42 Tap beers are mostly from the AB InBev (CUB) stable, with the most craft-like offering coming from Carlton Draught stablemates 4 Pines. But you’ll also find Stone & Wood, Murray’s and a few other goodies in the fridge. Wines stay mostly local, with a handful of French and New Zealand options thrown in. Glass prices start at $8 for a Habitat Shiraz or semillon sauvignon blanc, and don’t go beyond the $15 mark. Cocktails in the garden bar are takes on crowd favourites such as the espresso martini and bellini, plus shared options in the form of Pimm’s and sangria. There are a number of distinct areas at the Belle, but the space flows. It’s democratic in that modern pub sense: most people will find something they like here.”
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