Naked For Satan
285 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
03 9416 2201
Organising a night out for a large group of people can be hard, especially when you try and cater to everyone’s preferences. Some want beers in a relaxed indoor bar, others enjoy sipping cocktails on a rooftop with views of our beautiful city skyline, and there are always those who demand to consume of Melbourne’s tasty food.
For those who find this decision more difficult than waking up on Sunday morning, Naked For Satan is the place to go. Spanning three levels – an eatery, dance floor and rooftop – each with a unique drinks menu, this quirky Brunswick Street bar is quick to fill up any night of the week.
Located in Fitzroy, the building dates back to the 1930’s depression era, with Naked For Satan officially opening in 2010. Walking in from the street, the vintage aesthetic will instantly capture your attention. Copper beams and steam pipes fill the bar, decorated with wide leather couches and illuminated by dimly lit candles.
The first level of the bar is the Bar De Pintxos Y Vodka. Here is where the lovers of food can salivate and enjoy the pintxos, which includes a variety of cold and hot gourmet bite-sized eats. Each pintxos is skewered with a toothpick, choose from crumbed veal with salsa verde, to guacamole with smoked salmon, tuna croquettes or spicy lamb meatballs. Be sure to save your toothpicks for later, this is how you pay the bill!
At the far end of the bar you’ll find the second level, containing comfortable chairs and secluded booths that are perfect for those who prefer to chat while sipping on a craft beer or cider. The bar provides an exceptional range of infused vodkas, which can be tried with a mixer or straight up. Using Absolut vodka and fresh ingredients, intriguing flavours include salted caramel, lychee and ginger, and Cherry Ripe and violet.
As an extension of Naked For Satan, the rooftop is home to Naked In The Sky. This open-terrace bar and restaurant floats over the inner city, with expansive views across Melbourne’s city. The restaurant serves a selection of traditional entrée, sides and main meals that are as unique and quirky as the bar itself. Think fried cheese and walnut croquettes, grilled octopus with potato puree and pumpkin ravioli with chestnuts and honey. The entire space is heated during winter to ensure you can enjoy it all year round
Naked In The Sky also boasts a 15-metre long bar with a mouth watering choice of craft beers, imported and in-house infused vodka, Spanish and Australian wines and the popular new gin menu.
It is Naked For Satan’s unique pintxos and unique local and craft beers as well as housemade vodka blends that cements the bar as a hotspot among the Melbourne bar scene. With a large fit-out that has something to satisfy a wide variety of patrons, this thriving bar is a guaranteed good night out.