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Published December 26th 2011
The 10 Funkiest Places to Eat and Drink with Kids in Melbourne
Open on Wednesday nights over summer, this is an eclectic mix of funky market stalls, hand made glittery muffins and a great range of food stalls. Often there are street performers and live bands and bars as well.
Date: Every Wednesday night during summer Time: 5.30pm to 10.00pm Location: Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne. Enter via Queen, Therry or Peel Streets Cost: Free Entry Click here for website.
Draculas Theatre Restaurant for kids
Drax 4 Kids
Generally there is an over 13 years of age policy, however if you and/or the kids like to be scared witless in a fun environment, then Draculas Theatre Restaurant may be just the ticket. They even offer Drax 4 Kids birthday party packages.
A leisurely drive to the mountains of Sassafras will bring you to the iconic Miss Marples. Like a step back in time into historic England, with the fun of Agatha Christie's murder mystery novels. The servings are huge and for dessert you may want to consider sharing one and checking the size before ordering two.
Not just for the vegetarians, but great fun for all. We've had several dinners where our non vegetarian friends have been confused by our menu choices. Try the sizzling pork spare rinse, lemon chicken or szechuan steak. All options taste fantastic and are healthy as well.
If cafes are more your style the French inspired Laurent Boulangerie will have something to delight your taste buds. From enormous oversized coffees to beautiful cakes and tarts. Out of all the choices for my daughters 8th birthday, she wanted afternoon tea here with a pretty little rainbow cake.
Let out your inner Eskimo, come and visit the Ice Bar. Rug up in the coats and gloves (provided) and enjoy the entire ice experience with chairs, couches and even the drinking glasses being made from ice.
The kids love "eating" their glasses once their drinks are finished.
If you are the type that thinks there can never be too much chocolate, you will love the Chocolate High Tea at the Windsor Hotel. High tea here has been an establishment for years and the introduction of their Chocolate High Tea has made them very popular once again.
If you are after a general (but very special) high tea, this is available at the Windsor Hotel also. Click here for website.
A favourite spot of lovers for years, making out in the car overlooking the lights of Melbourne Sky High now has a lovely restaurant and a great cafe where you can sip a milkshake overlooking Melbourne.
There's even a fun maze out the back and it makes for a beautiful day out in the rain or the sun.
Now this may sound strange as arestaurant option, but if you join up as a free IKEA "friend" you get a free cuppa and there are always cheap kids meals. Pay for a cup and the kids can fill it up with linden berry cordial or many types of fizzy drinks until they feel ill. (Well, maybe your kids have more self control than mine, but mine always end up making themselves feel just a little ill).
Great post. It is a nice place to enjoy with kids. These are really very funny. Kids surely will enjoy over here. The above images looking amazing. I also would like to suggest one of the top restaurant in Brighton named The Middle Brighton Bath. I went there with kids and enjoyed too much. They provide delightful dinner and lunch as well as breakfast. Thanks for sharing the blog.