A pioneer of laneway dining in Melbourne, Punch Lane has been a favourite amongst theatre-goers, wine-lovers and long-lunchers since 1995.
Owner Martin Pirc has amassed an eclectic bunch of curios artifacts, collating the unique findings together in a refurbished police station. Salvaged from an old basketball court in Healesville, the rich timber bar made up of 100 year-old-jarrah floorboards, hand-crafted wrought iron fixtures, & red leather chairs worn by The Beatles on their 1964 tour to Australia are just some of the priceless furnishings that make Punch Lane the beautiful venue you see today. Designed by acclaimed Melbourne architects Jackson, Clements, & Burrows, the dining area on Little Bourke St provides the perfect spot to sit & watch the world go by. This slightly eccentric, yet clever design has also won Punch Lane the 2005 Urban Architecture Award.
With so much to offer, Punch Lane is set to impress anyone who is looking for a true Melbourne laneway gem.
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