LIVE MUSIC is at the heart of all things Dogs Bar, featuring a varied mix of local and touring artists at the front bar. It’s the perfect place to meet up with mates all the while supporting the local arts.
FAMOUS FOR being the beating heart of the bustling Acland Street – its relaxed and friendly atmosphere is sure to make you feel like a local, whether you’re visiting for the first time or have been there every night since it opened in 1989.
INFAMOUS FOR its polaroid wall of pooches. If you bring your four-legged friend to Dogs Bar, expect them to be the centre of a photo opportunity.
A beloved St Kilda institution, Dogs Bar is one of those rare venues that have retained its distinctive charm through the years. It’s a fantastic watering hole that captures the bohemian culture of the area with its fabulously old-school cool atmosphere.
It’s almost impossible to try their Sunday roast and not rave about it – $25 for an authentic British-style meal by the roaring fireplace, the food at Dogs Bar hits the mark every time.
The bar’s outdoor seating area is the perfect spot to soak up the sun and seaside vibes on a warm St Kilda day, while the interior invites you in with its distinctive character – stepping inside Dogs Bar is like stepping back into the roaring ’20s.
It’s the kind of venue that every suburb needs, with intimate live music, great prices on beers and the crunchiest curly fries this side of the bay. Why not sit out the front, catch a few rays and enjoy a drink or two at Dogs Bar? You’d be barking mad not to.
Mosey on over to 54 Acland St, St Kilda for a howlin’ good time. They’re open from 3 pm on weekdays and midday on the weekend.