We have curated a list of cosy wine bars throughout Mount Lawley and close surrounds that are sure to whet your palate. Visit these bars for a celebratory or casual glass of vino on your next jaunt up Beaufort Street.

Le Rebelle

Le Rebelle fuses French cuisine with a New York attitude. This old-world-inspired bar and bistro boasts three separate tiers and sits opposite Mount Lawley’s Astor Theatre – making it an ideal spot for taking in a drink before or after a show. Le Rebelle’s wine list has been painstakingly narrowed down to 49 indulgent bottles with origins ranging from Australia to all over Europe. Ask about the ‘fancy list’, a handwritten book full of high end and rarer wines. If affordable luxury and comfortable risks are up your alley, look no further than Le Rebelle.

Trio Café & Wine Bar

For an authentic Italian experience, look no further than Trio Café and Wine Bar. Trio’s menu and wine list reflect the convergence of cultures in our modern era, with origins ranging from the Yarra Valley to Tuscany. True believers in upholding Sicilian tradition, Trio partake in an aperitivo, a.k.a a “two-hour drinking session”. This is complemented by scrumptious snacks and good company from Wednesday to Sunday every week. Benvenuto a Trio!


Swallow Bar

Entering Swallow Bar is like being whisked away to a time of dinner parties and jazz. Tucked away by the Maylands train station, this intimate, European-inspired wine and cocktail bar is known for their live music, vintage décor and globe-trotting wine list. It also boasts an outdoor laneway, providing an open-air, rustic atmosphere that complements the antique setting inside. Settle in with a bottle of Ferguson Valley wine and indulge in a jazz-infused dream.

Henry on Eighth

This former 1920’s cinema now aims to capture the magic of the era with a modern twist. Frequent hosts of salsa dancing, poetry nights and live music, Henry on Eighth prides itself on its upstairs art gallery, which provides a sophisticated space to take in local culture. The daily specials are best paired with a little something from their extensive wine list, which offers everything from sparkling prosecco to South Australian shiraz. Why not indulge in a glass of local sauvignon blanc as your eyes feast on vintage art.

Image credits: Le Rebelle, Swallow Bar, Trio Café and Bar, Henry on Eighth

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