Theatre and Themed Restaurants in Melbourne
Where have the legendary theatre restaurants gone, Melbourne?
Tikki and Johns famous ‘Crazy House’ restaurant went years ago and now, sadly, Australia’s longest running theatre restaurant ‘Draculas’ has had to close its doors after 37 years of scaring and amusing Melburnians and visitors from across the globe. Dracula’s had a wicked little train ride that guests would board for a journey into the depths of the restaurant. A Gold Coast Dracula’s is an option for anyone in that neck of the woods.
Another fab theatre restaurant was called ‘Bunratty Castle’. A medieval themed restaurant where diners would sit as long, rough cut tables and be served a banquet of various dishes… alas, gone.
Times have changed and people are looking for different experiences, apparently, though a few themed and theatre restaurants are still to be found in Melbourne…
Website: Witches in Britches
84 Dudley St, Melbourne.
Witches in Britches
Prepare yourself for Melbourne’s most wicked night out at Witches in Britches Theatre Restaurant! For those with a great sense of humour and a taste for good food, this novelty night out is guaranteed to please. Just make sure that you keep your eyes peeled as there are surprises waiting for you around every corner.
Website: Mjolner Melbourne
Ground Floor 106 Hardware Street Melbourne
Mjolner Viking Themed Restaurant
Mjølner is a place where sophistication and opulence meet historic Viking features and contemporary Scandinavian design across two expansive levels. Boasting an 80-seat restaurant complete with exquisite private dining rooms on the first floor and a fully seated basement speakeasy bar below. Mjølner is created in Thor’s image and delivers an unique and indulgent dining experience, offering guests escapism and the enjoyment of fine food and world class beverage.
Website: Titanic Theatre Restaurant
1 Nelson Place, Williamstown
(03) 9397 5101
Let us take you on a voyage, that will live in your hearts long after you have come ashore. Step back to a by gone era and relive the story that made Titanic, The Ship of Dreams. A voyage seaworthy for all ages and celebrating all occasions, be part of the action, sit back and let our crew plough through Titanic history forged together with our insatiable appetite for fun.