Marion

Wine Bar


Corner of: Deadman’s ln and Gertrude St Fitzroy



Weekend:
8.00am to 11.00pm

Monday to Thursday:
5.00pm to 11.00pm

Friday:
12.00pm to 11.00pm

Lunch

Fri, Sat & Sun
From 12.00pm

Dinner

Mon to Sun
5.00pm to 11.00pm

Breakfast

Weekend

8.00am to 11.30am

Wine / Drinks

To download a PDF of our extensive drinks list, please click here

Reservations

We welcome reservations for lunch and dinner for parties of any size.

A Chef’s menu is served for groups of 7 and above, featuring a shared selection of menu favourites.

For breakfast on the weekend, all guests are welcome on a walk in basis.

Click here to make a booking online or alternatively call Marion directly on 03 9419 6262.

For more information: info@marionwine.com.au


Events

Marion can be hired exclusively for private use 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.

For more information about hosting your next celebration, corporate event or cocktail party at Marion, please get in touch with the team.


About

Marion is a wine bar — an idea that grew from a love of welcoming drinking and dining establishments across the world — intended as a place to pause for a moment or for the entire evening.

Our wine selection contains the bottles we love to drink sourced locally and from around the globe. The list features small producers and exciting blends covering the breadth and depth of the winemaking world.

The menu is seasonal and generous, catering for whatever your appetite might call for. Dishes are designed for flexible dining – with smaller morsels or larger items to share.

Marion complements its neighbouring Cutler & Co. as a pre or post dinner drink or snack, or a destination in its own right.


Deadman’s Lane

As Melbourne’s oldest suburb, Fitzroy has its share of stories to tell. In the early 20th century, the streets and bluestone laneways surrounding Marion were once home to many uncouth drinking holes and brothels. They were also the scene of many underworld shootouts, and notoriously scandalous behaviour. Owing to its shady reputation, our corner laneway earned itself the rather self-explanatory moniker of ‘Dead Man’s Lane’. Mornings in Deadman’s Lane would often see casualties of the previous night’s excesses.