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Zigis Bar at Flinders Hotel

Step into the coastal vibe of Zigis Bar at Flinders Hotel. Relax indoors or in one of our covered outdoor booths. It’s the perfect place to treat yourself to a local wine or their signature cocktails, enjoyed with their delectable tapas-style bites. Gins lovers can spend the evening sampling their premium Victorian gin range. And don't miss their famous Gin High Tea every Saturday.⁣

The curated drinks list showcases the highlights of the Mornington Peninsula wine landscape, as well as a few select domestic and international offerings; with local, craft and premium bottled beers and cocktails to compliment the seasonal menu.

The white-washed interior of Zigis features a stunning artisan-made, bespoke bar, crafted from local Flinders pier timbers, set against a backdrop of hand-made turquoise Moroccan fish-scale tiles.

A large open fireplace brings warmth and a cosy atmosphere during cooler months, the casual furniture sourced from around the globe, create a refined and relaxed atmosphere year-round.

Mid-week Zigis is the perfect space to hold your private event. Whether it be a private or corporate event, product launch or cocktail party, Zigis will take your event to the next level impressing your guests and creating a memorable occasion, with its relaxed coastal atmosphere.

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Corner of Cook Street and Wood Street
Flinders Victoria 3929
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