Food and drink
The Clocktower Centre is located in the heart of a vibrant hub of great restaurants and bars - perfect for making the most out of your night.
We are open between the hours of 8am to 2pm from Monday to Friday.
Coffees, slices, cakes and sandwiches are available, with a comfortable area to catch up with colleagues or friends. The café has recently been refurbished and includes our newly restored 1898 Bechstein grand piano.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available.
Theatre Bar and Kiosk
Our Bar and Kiosk is open one hour prior to performances and during any intervals (for most theatre shows). The Foyer Bar and Kiosk serves a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and light snacks.
Clocktower Café and Bar Discounts for subscribers
We offer special discounts on food and drink for our valued subscribers at our theatre season performances.
All subscribers need to do is show their subscriber card to redeem their special offer.
Discounts like this are just one of the many benefits of becoming a subscriber.
Around the Clocktower
If you're joining us for a show, why not make a night out of it and enjoy some of the delicious restaurants close to the Clocktower Centre.
Here are some of our favorites.
Authentic and contemporary Vietnamese Eatery on Puckle Street. Many vegan and vegetarian menu options available.
Chiba Japanese Restaurant
Fresh, light and succulent flavours are typical at this impressive Japanese favourite.
Specialising in gourmet burgers and Korean fried chicken, right on Puckle St.
Khao San Road
The delicate flavours of Thailand and spicy delicacies will satisfy any hungry theatre goer as this favourite institute.
This restaurant offers a wholesome experience around Greek food, culture, music and history and is raved about by critics across Melbourne. Included in the Age Good Food Guide in 2011.
Strangeloves Wine Bar
The perfect pre or post theatre destination for a beautiful glass of wine in a relaxing and quiet setting – no TVs, no sports, no chrome glass or steel; just good wine and nice company.
The Valley Cellar Door
Either purchase a bottle to take with you for dinner or sit back and enjoy a glass inside – the choice is yours!