Conveniently located for a pre-show or interval snack, Southbank Theatre Foyer Bars feature a premium selection of confectionary, ice-creams, food and drinks.
Food, ice-creams and hot beverages are not permitted inside the auditorium and must be consumed prior to the performance. Cold drinks are permitted.
We proudly serve Scotchmans Hill wines, Daylesford & Hepburn Mineral Springs Company mineral waters and juices, Genovese Coffee and Teas, Melbourne Gin Company Gin, plus a selection of cocktails, spirits and much more.
We offer a range of pre-packaged foods including sandwiches, fruitcake, chips and nuts, plus a curated selection of handcrafted artisan chocolates from Sisko Chocolate Melbourne.
For a full range of dining, we recommend a visit to our in-house restaurant, Miss Pearl Bar + Dining.
The Ground Floor Bar and Tonks Bar in the Level 1 Foyer open 60 minutes prior to the show, and there are indoor and outdoor seating options available. The Foyer Bars accept cash as well as payment by card, Apple Pay and Google Pay. Payments by card or phone will incur a 1.5% surcharge.
During Season 2023, Subscribers receive a 15% discount on all items upon presentation of a valid performance ticket with the Subscriber code.
Miss Pearl Bar + Dining
Located within Southbank Theatre, Miss Pearl Bar + Dining is a casual and contemporary bar and restaurant bringing the vivid flavours of Asia to the Melbourne Arts Precinct.
Located in Melbourne’s thriving Southbank precinct with picturesque views of the Yarra River and the city’s skyline, Melba Restaurant features the best locally-sourced produce and innovative dishes from around the globe.
Southgate offers a diverse range of menus and dining experiences, all with a spectacular backdrop of Melbourne’s city skyline.
Located in Melbourne’s famous Federation Square just upstairs from the iconic Transport bar, Taxi Kitchen is an ideal destination for a pre or post-show meal or drink that is sure to complement your evening.
Up on the roof overlooking Federation Square, the expansive views from the Transit Rooftop Bar and balcony stretch from the MCG to Southbank, taking in the Botanical Gardens, Yarra River and Melbourne Arts precinct.