The 2024 Australian Open will swing into action at Melbourne Park from January 15 to January 28. From what to bring to how to how to get there, here’s how you can prepare for the country’s best tennis tournament.
Nick & Nora’s returns to the Australian Open in 2024, bringing all the glitz and glam of its Melbourne cocktail institution with a dash of speakeasy flair.
From a rooftop bar serving bites by Tom Sarafian to a pan-Asian feast and luxury dining (from Stokehouse, Rockpool and Penfolds’ Magill Estate chefs), there’s plenty being served off the court at the upcoming AO.
Slow things down and savour your sips at these classy spots in Melbourne.
Speakeasy Group’s Eau de Vie Darlinghurst had long established itself as one of Sydney’s premier small bars, with whisky lockers and cocktails that helped people create many memories and won the bar many awards.
We’re celebrating the boozy openings that made this year great, from party-powered mezcal houses to vibrant drink-in gin distilleries, retro cocktail bars and a staff favourite where the food is as good as the wine.
The tournament is promising to be a who’s who of Melbourne’s food scene. The only question is: what will you try first?
This Speakeasy Group favourite has five takes on the Martini, but the Mista Asta and the Asa Akira are the most unique.
Pearl Diver in the CBD is where I go for a vodka dirty martini. I go on a date, or for a pre-show drink. The lobster jaffle is a highlight.