The Perfect Boys Night Out
The Mill House, an iconic establishment in the heart of Melbourne, continues to provide the good times in its dimly lit, prohibition-inspired fit out, serving an American styled menu and classic moonshine to pleased crowds on any given night.
Nestled in Flinders Lane, in amongst Melbourne’s celebrated dining precinct, The Mill House is easily missed by the average bystander. It is this notion that keeps it one of Melbourne’s best kept secrets.
Whether you’re in town for a bite and drink, or want to make a night of it, The Mill House is sure-fire to a great experience with friends and family.
The perfect local to indulge in some delicious drinks, including resident gin distiller, Four Pillars Gin, classic espresso martinis or contemporary cocktail mockups (try a ‘Becky with the Good Hair’).
Live entertainment fills the space on weekends, with special guests from Hayden James and renowned DJ’s not a rarity.
As for the food? The PFC (or Peruvian Fried Chicken) is a simple must-have! Paired with a serve of the sweet potato fries, it is a real treat for the tastebuds.
The Mill House will see to it that you are well fed, with a drink in hand and good vibes had all night long.
The basement, in one of Melbourne’s iconic heritage buildings, was built by William Degrave in 1851, first used as a flour mill, hence the name – the Mill House. Now, a hotspot for Melbournians in the know.
So, whether it be for evening drinks, after dinner cocktails or a little bit of late night mischief with the boys, this is the perfect venue by all means.
The Mill House
277–279 Flinders Lane, Melbourne