Level 2, 161 Spring St, Melbourne VIC, 3000
03 9654 6631
As one of Melbourne’s most well known rooftop bars, Siglo, has become a much loved classic among some of the city’s biggest drinkers.
With a broad rooftop terrace that boasts one of Melbourne’s most commanding views over Parliament House, Spring Street and St Patrick’s Cathedral, is it quite obvious as to why, on even the crispest of nights, you will find it completely packed with people pushing for their own patch of the terrace.
Nestled on top of Ian Curley’s iconic collection of establishments, The European, City Wine Shop, Spring Street Grocer and Melbourne Supper Club, Siglo represents a slice of the old Melbourne before it got all new and funky. Dripping in class and covered in classic Parisian decor, Siglo is quite rightly the pinnacle of rooftop dining and drinking in the CBD.
There is something for everyone in the way of drinks at Siglo. The menu hosts a refined collection of old and new world wines, tap and bottled craft beers, classic cocktails, a few of their own more quirky concoctions and an abundance of spirits.
With exclusive access to the extensive cellars of the Melbourne Supper Club, quality is clearly in focus when it comes to the Siglo drinks menu. All drinks are paired perfectly with a selection of small snack-sized bites that maintain the sophistication of the venue, with dishes such as house-made rillettes, polenta chips and fluffy pork buns on offer.
Boasting their very own humidor, Siglo is one of the only bars in Melbourne to offer a cigar menu. Serving a selection of notable Cuban heavyweights to your table, it is very easy to lose yourself in a cloud of cigar smoke and a puddle of single malt on a night out at Siglo.
With intimate table service, an enviable view and a drinks list to die for, Siglo is perhaps one of Melbourne’s classiest drinking venues. Bringing something old and rustic to the new, trendy scene of rooftop drinking, there is no denying that it has cemented itself as a Melbourne classic for many years to come.