WINE BANK on view

+61 3 5444 4655 45 View St.
Bendigo, 3550
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Wine Bank on View is a wine bar and retail outlet operating from a heritage listed former bank building in central Bendigo. Our wine shop is open from 10am until late every day of the week, offering a huge range of wine, beer and spirits, as well as gift ideas and accessories. Wine Bank on ViewBy day, our award winning coffee and café-style menu are enjoyed along with wines by the glass and homemade cakes, whilst a variety of spaces are used for group meetings and functions. By night, Wine Bank becomes a thriving social hub to relax and enjoy a glass of wine with friends, a range of dinner and food options or a degustation menu prepared by our team of experienced chefs (bookings required). In years past, Bank employees lived at the rear of the property. Today, these Maisonettes form part of Allawah Bendigo, a collection of sophisticated self-contained accommodation scattered around the Bendigo CBD. – Description from Dragac

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