Here is your first look at the Duke’s new rooftop bar

The city’s oldest pub has got itself a swish new rooftop bar
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The Duke has seen it all in Melbourne. Located on the corner of Flinders Street and Russell Street in the CBD, the Duke has had a ringside seat to some of Melbourne’s major historical events. From the first trams to the unveiling of Federation Square this pub has had a great view of the city – and it’s just gotten better.

The Duke has now opened its new rooftop bar so punters can gaze out on Fed Square, the Forum and Flinders Street while enjoying a refreshing brew. But why have just a beer? One of the best things about the Duke’s rooftop bar is the new booth package on offer.

Rustle up your crew and book yourself a booth package for a luxe experience with a great view. Included in the package is your own booth plus a cocktail on arrival and a selection of five delicious canapés. If you’re after something heartier to eat the Duke’s new menu has you sorted with fish and chip sambos, cheeseburgers and an epic chicken parma burger (named, appropriately the Melbourne). Prefer to share? The Duke has lots of sharing plates like mini prawn tostadas, shepherd’s pie nibblers and 'Lygon Street style’ lasagna croquettes.

The booths are available for groups of four to eight for $25 per person. The Duke’s rooftop bar is open now – come and check out the views with a bevvy in hand.

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