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Open: Mon-Sat midday-late
Since opening its doors in 1996, Becco has established itself as one of the Melbourne's most well-regarded restaurants. And the adjacent wine bar certainly holds up its end of the bargain. Featuring a chocolate and beige colour scheme, leather banquettes, subdued lighting and relaxed environment, it's ideal for both a casual drink or something a little more romantic, or perhaps the former that progresses into the latter. There are 30 wines available by the glass and prices start at a very reasonable $6.50 for the Redbank Emily sparkling brut. If you've got time to hang around there's also a rather large list of bottled wines. Those looking for a kick-start to their night can choose from the extensive cocktail list. A Pimms Number One cup will only set you back $12.50, martinis all hover around the $20 mark, but the house speciality is the Becco Macchiato - vodka tonic stained with Campari and fresh lime. A full selection of imported beers is also on hand and there are a number of bar snacks to help soak up any excess alcohol. Apparently the much-loved restaurant menu also manifests itself in the bar when things are a little quite. Combine all this with the European bistro ambience and it's easy to see why Becco remains so popular.