Hellbound

New Farm

Hellbound is serving exclusive spirits, craft beers and American-inspired dishes in their edgy pocket-sized New Farm bar.

The bar is decked out with the most extravagant wall murals, a neon sign and a whole lot of bar seating. There’s a small booth in the front window and outdoor seating too.

The menu is American-inspired and made for eating alongside your favourite beer or cocktail. The dirty fries are a popular order, topped with bacon, jalapenos and a whole lot of cheese.

The Lemme Cheese Burger is another favourite, stuffed with all your favourite classic cheeseburger toppings. The beef patty is handmade in house with Australian beef.

The cocktail list is pretty grand, with the Espresso Martini having a Hellbound twist. It features Golden Stout Time vodka, which is a Golden Gaytime flavoured vodka, exclusive to Hellbound.

They also stock craft beers and hard cider such as the Big Shed Brewing Concern – Cherry Popper.

Need to know – Nearby street parking is available.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in June 2018.

By Zoe Kirby

Hellbound

697 Brunswick St

New Farm

Wed-Fri 5pm – 12am*

Sat-Sun 3pm – 12am*

0416 062 118

Map

697 Brunswick Street

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