Campari House is a unique city venture that reflects Melbourne's diverse restaurant and bar culture. The interiors are a melange of vintage and contemporary furnishings swathed across the four varying precincts of the building. Fittings and furnishings from the original 1968 edifice have been carefully salvaged and reused throughout. Original timber has been restored to make the chic bar, antique light fittings have remained along with other historical trinkets whilst modern artwork graces the stairwell. The Campari restaurant is on the ground floor, level one contains the function space, level two has a lounge and finally the top level features an open-air roof top bar.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
The ground floor restaurant offers a fresh and innovative modern Italian menu open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Items are seasonal and reflect rustic sensibilities with contemporary flair. All pasta, breads, flavoured salts and infused oils are made in house. Dine on the likes of duck liver pate with mandarin preserve and toasted bread for entree followed by a main course of squid ink fettuccine, Morton bay bug tails, shallots, dill and lobster cream. There is a refined list of gourmet pizzas available as well as unique dessert options including house made tiramisu.