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About Hell of the North
Fitzroy's Hell of the North shares its name with the infamous Paris-Roubaix bike race held in northern France. Hell of the North seeks to marry heaven and hell with a modern French inspired bistro menu derived from local produce and fresh ingredients, with a selection of boutique beer, wine & cocktails.
Behind the yellow door in the heritage bluestone building you'll discover casual dining and drinking with service that is informed whilst personable, and relaxed yet detailed. Group bookings are accepted & reservations are strongly recommended. Supper is offered on Friday & Saturday nights. Corkage at $25 per bottle is offered if you have a great old bottle you'd like to bring (excluding Friday & Saturday nights)
We look forward to seeing you in Hell!
Fitzroy, AU-VIC 3065
French, European, Modern Australian
Hours of operation:
Wednesday 5pm - late
Thursday 5pm - late
Friday 5pm - 1am
Saturday 12 noon - 1am
Sunday 12 noon - 11pm
$41 to $100
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
(03) 9417 6660
Limited street parking with some restrictions. The rooftop carpark at Woolworths is a good option with 2 hours free. Please note that Greeves St is one way, no entry off Smith St.
From the city catch tram 86 from Bourke St. and get off at Woolworths.
Private Party Facilities:
We can host all array of functions, from sit down banquets to stand up cocktail parties for groups from 10 to 120 people.
We have had great success with birthdays, engagements, baby showers, corporate events & weddings.
Please call private party contact to discuss options.
Private Party Contact:
Mark Grixti: 0403 907 476
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Hell of the North Ratings and Reviews
First time to Hell of the North. Came highly recommended to us. We were NOT disappointed!
The friendly service, well explained menu, great food selection, excellent wine list and overall price made this a most enjoyable night out to celebrate a wedding anniversary. We have already told a number of people how good this restaurant is and will most definitely be going there again. Well done 'Hell of the North'!!!
Hell of the North is one of my favourite restaurants in Melbourne it never disappoints. We had a great meal all the dishes are amazing. The staff were very accommodating and offered to move us because of a loud group near us, but we were fine with it. The creme brûlée is one of the best I have ever had, if not the best.
Took my sister here with my partner when we were visiting Melbourne, late night booking but they still serve till very late on a Saturday night. We opted for the set menu which gave you an entree, fish dish, meat dish and then dessert! They happily catered for our sensitive tummies (gluten free, low dairy and no lamb) as well as my sister whom doesn't like fish. The food was sensational and to my surprise my partner left absolutely stuffed which does not happen often! Staff were also lovely, not over attentive but were always present when our glasses were empty! Highly recommend but you must book in advance.
We were a table of eight, gathered to farewell two friends. We had the Sunday lunch 'Feed Me' option, which was $50 a head. The food was delicious and the service outstanding. We had a room to ourselves too, which made it even more special. Highly recommended.
Loved the "feed me" menu option, food was delicious and they catered for me being coeliac. The only small negative for us, it was an extremely cold night and as we were seated right at the door, every time the door opened we froze.
Will definitely return. Thank you for a great dinner
Had to sit with jacket on shoulders. Heating should have been turned up or on! Positioned with full view of dishwasher being emptied and clatter of dishes. One of the side dishes ordered was completely forgotten - had to remind waitress. Meat and fish dishes - tasty, but other dishes not clean and crisp .
I would recommend this restaurant because our party of 6 older people were able to HEAR each other, partly because there were no noisy tables and partly because the obliging waitress turned down the background music. There are many good restaurants to choose from but very few that cater to the many affluent older people who expect and can afford the best but have very little choice when it comes to restaurants which keep the background music where it belongs. I.e. In the background. !!!
We would welcome recommendations from Open Table about other good restaurants which allow conversation.
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