Hemingway's Wine Room
Drawing on Ernest Hemingway’s unique talent of indulging and recounting the lives of his bohemian characters in the words scribed in his books, so too is the story of
Hemingway’s Wine Room.
The concept for Hemingway’s Wine Room was fashioned after a couple of bottles of Chablis one late wintery Melbourne afternoon. The idea - to create a beautiful neighbourhood destination to share food and wine for every occasion.
Inspired by New York and Paris in the 1920s, our neighbours can choose to dine in our moody brasserie or enjoy a
moveable feast in our wine bar.
Whether you are a local or travelling from afar,
we want to make your experience a memorable
one every time you visit.
The inspiration behind the food menu at Hemingway’s Wine Room is the New York Brasseries of the 1920s.
Bringing old-world charm to our venue, our kitchen team use refined French cooking techniques to create lighter and cleaner versions of classics.
Our menu is available in both the Wine Bar and the Brasserie from 11:30 am daily.