Two Wrongs

Quirky, bold and full of character, this bar marches to the beat of its own drum.

Price

$$$$$

Where

637 Chapel St, South Yarra.

Hours

Wed- Thurs: 5pm – 1am. Fri: 3pm – 1am. Sat - Sun: 2pm – 1am.

Phone

9827 4510

Good for

  • international and local beer
  • cocktails
  • wine
  • date night
  • groups
  • Mario Kart tournament

Two Wrongs is where fine dining goes fine diving and all your cocktail, food and party dreams come true.

From the Versace cutlery and ornate candlestick holders to Optimus Prime and his Autobot crew watching over as you enter, the bar makes a long-lasting impact that’s sure to impress with its quirky and unpretentious charm.

Mates and co-owners Isaac Constantine and Zachary Riggs met a little over a year ago however you’d be a fool to not think they’re pals from way-back-when – their bromance is strong, hilarious and contagious. Both originated from South Yarra café Drugstore Espresso and have brought truck tonnes of hospitality experience to their new venture, ensuring Two Wrongs strays away from following dated crazes and stays authentically loyal to their own motto: Fine diving. Elegantly Awkward. Culinary Wetness.

Avid Instagrammers are certain to find some worthy snaps here, such as the Renaissance artwork littered across the walls, which are completely crossed out and tarnished in hot pink spray paint (because #art). We recommend you make a stop to check out the DJ deck, which is set atop an old shopping trolley filled with empty VB beer cans. It’s brilliant and visually very clever.

For those with a competitive side there’s a weekly Mario Kart competition ($5 entry) that caters for patrons wanting serious bragging rights and their Polaroid on the wall.

The bar itself is stocked with a small selection of beers on tap whilst the rest come in true dive style – cans. The cocktail menu is firmly tongue in cheek, featuring the Toasted Nae Nae (the ‘Two Wrongs’ version of a Pina Colada), a Lara Bingle (contains real ‘smurf tears’), and the Kiwi Quickie (we’ll leave this one to the imagination)

The food menu is out to impress too, resembling that of a top class fine dining restaurant but managing something for all tastes, hunger levels and palates. Smaller options include the pork donut with harissa, grilled peach relish and pecan or the San Danielle prosciutto with zucchini flower, apple and ginger beer.

Those wishing for more substantial fare can find solace in the beef & broccoli short ribs or the spiced pumpkin gnocchi with parmesan custard and pear. Dessert fiends can’t go past the deceivingly named ‘Not A Wagon Wheel’, which consists of raspberry jam, marshmallow and biscuit.

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Price

$$$$$

Where

637 Chapel St, South Yarra.

Hours

Wed- Thurs: 5pm – 1am. Fri: 3pm – 1am. Sat - Sun: 2pm – 1am.

Phone

9827 4510

Good for

  • international and local beer
  • cocktails
  • wine
  • date night
  • groups
  • Mario Kart tournament
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    637 Chapel Street, South Yarra

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