Naked in the Sky
Time Out says
You’d sell your soul for a coveted spot at this rooftop haunt
Naked for Satan is a dark and moody affair downstairs, yet one elevator ride away lies a rooftop bar area seemingly custom-made for good times. Known as Naked in the Sky, this part of Naked for Satan has cracking views of the CBD, a blockbuster wine, beer and spirit list, and a combination of indoor and outdoor seating.
The wine menu covers all bases from Spanish rosé to McLaren Vale shiraz while the eye-watering array of vodka spans Polish Zubrowka to 666 Butter Vodka from Tasmania. There’s also whisky-infused Texas Iced Tea, unpasteurised beer on tap for the purists, and a genuinely good jasmine-tinged mocktail for the abstainers. Food is a cut above the typical bar bites, with cheese and walnut croquettes, popcorn chicken with basil and chilli, and crumbed eggplant covered in a honey and blue cheese dressing all stealing the show.
Naked For Satan, Rooftop
285 Brunswick St
|Opening hours:||Fri, Sat noon-1am; Sun-Thu noon-midnight|