The Richmond Yard

Who knew the year 2023 could be so hip? This was my first thought when stepping into Melbourne’s latest pop-up venture The Richmond Yard. Post-apocalyptic is the theme with this location acting as a home base to urban renegades and underground resistors. Uh-huh I’m totally down with that!

Five old-school trailers form the focal point of the yard and make for the perfect private booth, circa 2023 of course, for you and your three best mates.

My besties and I kicked off our Saturday night with beers and a billy-can bucket filled with the finest cocktail, the ‘Scorched Earth’ was our choice, by local cocktail king Andy Griffiths.


Cocktail billy-can bucket

Uncle Jungs


To compliment our beverages we settled on two servings of Uncle Jung’s padak spring onion chicken, think the most mouth-watering bite sized pieces of chicken you’ll ever eat, while we wound down to some futuristic beats.

The Richmond Yard is the ideal spot for a summer night sojourn. Its open space and laidback vibe allow you to easily get lost in good conversation making it a perfect meeting point for Melbournians.

Trust me you’ll be left skipping out of there thinking 2023 won’t be so bad after all.



The Richmond Yard

Free entry

Carpark 55-67 Cremorne St, Cremorne

Open Saturdays 4pm – midnight

Be quick, it’s running until 20 February, 2016




Anne is the quintessential Melbourne girl as a lover of fashion and all things sport, especially the footy! She currently works as a Social Media Coordinator for the Australian Football League (AFL) and has recently entered the blogging realm as fashion and lifestyle blogger.

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