The Source Restaurant takes its name from the John Olsen
painting that hangs in the ceiling of the foyer. Its focus is on
local seasonal produce, presented according to the whim of Vince
Trim (ha), our Executive Chef, and his team. Shared plates, fresh,
uncomplicated food, and a lovely outlook over the museum
À la carte breakfast and lunch, Wednesday - Monday.
À la carte and degustation dinner, Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm.
+61 3 6277 9904
THE GOLDEN HOUR
Communal dining at Mona, brought to you by our Executive Chef
Vince Trim. Soak up sunset courtesy of James Turrell's rooftop
spectacular, Amarna (2015), then retire to the Wine Bar
for some top-notch tucker and flirty banter with the stranger on
Set three-course menu $79 (add $50 for matched wines).
Wednesday and Thursday evenings, meet at the Wine Bar.
Winter meeting times:
Amarna sunset sequence times:
For something quick and easy, or a brief intermission from the feast of art below, head to our spiffy little café at the museum entrance, located in the old Roy Grounds Courtyard house.
You'll find hot coffee and tasty treats, and if you need to absorb everything you've just seen, there's a nice little sunny spot overlooking the ferry dock for navel-gazing.
Relax and fill up on seasonal treats before or after heading down into the museum’s underworld. Sit inside or out, on the patio, or catch the sun on the grass. Inside, pinot in hand, bear witness to the inner workings of the Moorilla winery, just beyond the glass.
After descending into the depths you'll see a light. That's the Void Bar. Steel yourself for the journey with a shot of absinthe, a slurp of wine, an espresso martini, a nip of whisky (not all at once, whaddya think this is!), before walking on into the dark unknown. Turn right for the museum or left for Cinemona. Our friendly bar staff will be your guides. Just pretend you're Dante.