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Late-night bottle shops in Melbourne

When the liquor cupboard is bare, head to one of Melbourne's late-night bottle shops

If you find yourself at a party in the wee hours with nary a bevvy in sight, run down to any one of these handy bottle-o's that are conveniently open late to quench your thirst. In the mood for a craft tinnie? Plan ahead next time and visit one of our favourite craft beer bottle shops. Or if you'd rather someone else do the pouring, wait until a more reasonable hour to visit Melbourne's best wine bars

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McCoppins: Fitzroy

Finding a bottle-o that is open after 9pm on a Sunday is a trick in itself. But thanks to McCoppins we have two to rely on, and both are open daily until midnight. Fitzroy and Abbotsford

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Fitzroy
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The Evelyn Hotel

It's all about cheap pots and great gigs at the Evelyn, but if you want to host an after party then they'll also do off-license sales until midnight. Fitzroy.

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Fitzroy
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Clarinda Cellars

Rocking the suburbs, Clarinda Cellars will ensure that even a late-night, house party drop-in doesn’t mean you have to show up empty handed. Clayton South.

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Star City Liquor Store

This inner-city liquor store stays open until the witching hour on the nights when it counts most: Friday and Saturday. Melbourne.

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The Exford Hotel

Right in the thick of the CBD, the Exford Hotel bottle shop stays open until 3am every night of the week. Melbourne.

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Riversdale Hotel

Open daily until 3am, the Riversdale Hotel’s Thirsty Camels is an oasis for Melbourne’s late night punters who are keen to kick on at home. Hawthorn.

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The Railway, Windsor

The gang at the Railway Hotel know their audience well. They supply hordes of late-night Chapel Street revellers with party fuel at all manner of ungodly hours –they never close. Windsor.

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By: Time Out editors

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