You've worked hard this year – time to treat yourselves at the classiest old-school Italian bar and restaurant in town. Book online, and once you're in, prepare to be treated like royalty by a fleet of bartenders in white jackets.
It’s all sunshine, hip hop and flowery cocktails in watering cans at this verdant rooftop bar. The whole venue fits around 100, but benches and booths are also perfect for smaller groups.
The vibe at the Wilde is British gastro pub, complete with roast dinners, G&Ts and house-made tomato sauce. They have a colonial themed function room called the Explorer's Club that fits 60 people and and comes with a projector, free pool table and dart board.
Escaping from themed rooms by solving puzzles has become one of the biggest crazes since paintball. Most rooms cater for a max of five to six people, but many have multiple rooms that you can book into simultaneously.
The real question is, why wouldn't you want to cap off your work year in this tiki-tastic voodoo temple? These kitsch kings are flexible when it comes to booking functions. Just don't try to emulate the Flinstone-esque go-go dancers in front of your boss. It's not easy to live down.
If you like your chances at the sunny end of the year, the terrace can be exclusively yours. It fits 45 people and you will be plied with old-fashioned party treats and punch to keep everyone in high spirits.
Keen to show your 100-person team a good time? Mr Wow's party hardy combo of popcorn and cocktails, indoor bocce, pool, ping-pong and food trucks serving in the back warehouse will ensure people feel fully appreciated this holiday season.
Housed in a vast former workshop on Little Lonsdale Street, this combined café, exhibition space and cinema looks like the lumbering spawn of an aircraft hangar and a Fitzroy lounge room, which makes it perfect for a massive office party.
Share your Christmas office party with taxidermied peacocks and parrots and an ostrich wearing an enormously long pearl choker. They've got a variety of colourful rooms and booths to suit all manner of party sizes.
The Emerson is an all-singing, all-dancing restaurant, club and bar with a floor of shadowy booths, a rooftop and a lower level pushing a solid agenda of beats to fuel the dance floor.
Follow the smoke trail to a world of barbecued pork ribs, fluffy cornbread and bourbon to Fancy Hank's big, bright new space overlooking Bourke Street.
After a one-hour session on Bounce’s trampolines you won’t even remember what it’s like to sit at a desk. Plus, this is one of the cheapest office outings available, meaning more coin for drinks afterward.
Where to take the after party
This one's for all you discerning drinkers who also like to dance your pants off.