Little Collins St
577 Little Collins St, Tatou Bar and Restaurant (9629 3872). Two steps at the
entry lead to a foyer and the restaurant. A ramp from the restaurant leads down
two steps to the bar area. There is an accessible toilet on this level. Two upper
entertainment levels are reached by steps only.
525 Little Collins St, The Menzies Tavern (9629 1818) is flat from the corner of
McCracken Lane to a large paved courtyard. Hinged glass doors lead to a bar
and gaming room full of pokies. An accessible toilet is located through a door
before an entry leading to the Men's. No separate accessible toilet for the
5 9 Bank Place, Mitre Tavern (9670 5644), was established in 1868 but parts of
the building relate to original construction on the site which commenced in
1837, making it officially the oldest building in the city.
Over time a number of changes have occurred, outbuildings have been
removed, rooms enlarged, the building refaced and reroofed. The construction
is in part brick, stone rubble and mud and was substantially altered around
1900 1910 when English Queen Anne style additions were constructed using
Marseille pattern terra cotta tiles.
Despite the architectural changes over its life, it remains a very popular
watering hole and meeting place for CBD workers, particularly on a Friday night
and has been continuously and popularly used by the city's business and arts
community since the mid nineteenth century.
PUBS & CLUBS
45 Collins St, Collins Place, a bar is located in the lower level adjacent to the Kino
Cinema. Accessible toilets are on the ground level from the hotel entry and the
hotel conference level, (polished metal door knobs make entrance difficult).
123 Collins St, Grand Hyatt Hotel, a bar is available in the food court area and
accessible M&F toilets are available. A club, Monsoons (9653 4516), is
available by lift from the entrance on Collins St call ahead to enquire about