GlowGolf Docklands has opened a very cosy bar as part of its already popular Glow in the Dark Miniature Golf business - so small it's believed to be the smallest licensed premise in Australia.
Located in the waterfront area of Melbourne, Victoria, in the District Docklands Shopping Centre, ‘Le Bar Europeen’ has an Italian ambience and has been designed to look as though it has been around for over a hundred years, with its richly coloured walls and blackened timber panels, and a counter top that was handcrafted from Huon Pine, which grows in a small area of South Western Tasmania.
The bar area is only 2 metres long and 1.3 metres wide, giving the room a total area of just 2.6 square metres (28 square feet), making Le Bar Europeen the smallest bar in Australia.
"You could be one of only four people allowed at this exclusive bar at any one time," says Julie Blyth, who founded the business in 2017 with husband Michael Blyth.
"The process of the bar’s construction took a total of three days. The bar holds a liquor license which allows a maximum of four customers at a time, with European Beers and Australian wines on offer."
A new shop frontage has been manufactured from weathered laser cut steel and high density timbers that depict Australian animals and plants in its design.
The new frontage was recently built in a process which took 18 months from the beginning to completion. This adds to the already strong Australian themes that run throughout the 18-hole miniature golf course. The venue is ideal for date nights, couples, families children and groups of all ages and sizes. ##