HOWLER
Melbourne, Victoria

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From the team behind The Workshop Bar and Black Cat Cafe, Brunswick's Howler is a warehouse and performance space built for exhibitions, screenings, gigs and performances. Bar snacks are inspired by Asian hawker street food with a playful twist with dishes such as kaffir lime-cured kingfish ‘bao pillows', and the bar offers some unique imports and well-composed cocktails.
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General info

Address:

14 Dawson St
Brunswick VIC 3056

Suburb:

Brunswick

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Cuisine:

Asian, Bar snacks

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Specials & Events

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Functions

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MAX SEATING
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Features

Bar / Wine Bar
Function for 100-300
Late Night Dining
Live Music / Entertainment
Something Different
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
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Moira - 22/10/2013
Very interesting warehouse conversion, good indoor/outdoor options. The food is delicious, hard to describe, but fresh and tasty.I recommend you go there and try a few dishes without worrying what they are, it is all yum. Prices for food are reasonable, but $9.50 for a beer is a bit steep. (won't stop us going back though!)