Syracuse Wine Bar Restaurant is located at 23 Bank Place, which is conveniently situated between Collins Street and Little Collins Street. Bank Place is one of Melbourne’s famous laneways and is a tree lined pedestrian thoroughfare. The name SYRACUSE come from the historic city of Syracuse in Sicily, the capital of the province of Syracuse. The city is notable for its rich Greek history, culture, amphitheatres, architecture, and as the birthplace of the preeminent mathematician and engineer Archimedes.
Syracuse Wine Bar Restaurant has become a haven of escape for visitors and locals alike. The Syracuse dining room evokes a wholly other time and place. The ornate archways, soaring ceilings and curving chandeliers of a 19th century hotel lobby create a stunning impression of grandeur, though soft lighting and an assortment of antique tables and chairs keep the mood romantic and welcoming. Wine bottles displayed in various nooks and crannies hint at Syracuse’s vast and varied wine selection, which the food menu is designed to match.
Only quality ingredients are used and treated simply, letting them speak for themselves. Every couple of weeks they will adjust or change one or two dishes according to what the season brings. Syracuse aim for all their produce to be locally grown, sustainable and organic wherever possible. Vegetarian dishes are on the menu and dietary requirements are looked after or made to suit whatever the guest needs.
The Syracuse wine menu contains over 500 wines! Australian wines feature prominently and there is also a large variety of International wines from France, Italy and the U.S to name a few.
Connoisseur Club Members are welcome for 25% off total bill, to a maximum of $45.
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