New Gold Mountain

A single red door, with a 21 above it is all that marks the entry to New Gold Mountain, hidden down Liverpool Street just off Bourke to the average passer by it could be easily missed. Make your want through the mysterious red door and upward the rickety stairs and you'll find yourself in a beautifully designed speak easy-cum-opium den esq establishment. With two levels to choose from, each as exquisite as the next, and the option of 'bottle keep' were they'll happily store a bottle of your chosen spirits free of charge you will find yourself wanting to bring other unsuspecting friends to one of Melbourne's best lane way secrets, claiming it as your own discovery. Behind the bar you'll find an extensive list of quality alcohol along with several imported beers to tempt. Reserving a table for small groups is suggested and if you're lucky you may find yourself in the semi secluded 'booth' area offering your group the joy of feeling rather VIP. We here at Small Werld think NGM is the perfect spot to take a date, so book a table at Ginger Boy around the corner, charm her over a great meal and a glass of white and then continue to impress by leading her up the golden mountain. This is not a euphemism.New-Gold-Mountain-Page-2New-Gold-Mountain-Page-3New-Gold-Mountain-Page-4New-Gold-Mountain-Page-5New-Gold-Mountain-Page-6New-Gold-Mountain-Page-7
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A single red door, with a 21 above it is all that marks the entry to New Gold Mountain, hidden down Liverpool Street just off Bourke to the average passer by it could be easily missed. Make your want through the mysterious red door and upward the rickety stairs and you’ll find yourself in a beautifully designed speak easy-cum-opium den esq establishment.

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