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Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

Lagerfield Sports Bar

Ground Level, Clarendon - Crown Casino, 8 Whiteman St
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Located at the Clarendon Street entrance of Crown, Lagerfield Sports Bar and Beer Garden offers a wide selection of local and imported beers including Lagerfield LagerTM. If you're serious about sport then Lagerfield is the place for you. Now with 8 huge screens and 1 megascreen you won't miss a minute of sport action. Settle in and enjoy the tasty tapas-style menu and when the game is over enjoy live entertainment from Thursday to Sunday.

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Lagerfield Sports Bar

Review by Matt Wilson

Everyone in Melbourne knows you go to Crown Casino to gamble, drink and everything in between. If your reason is to indeed the one involving alcohol, but can’t be bothered dealing with all the hard core partying at Crown’s nightclubs upstairs, then Lagerfield is the place for you.

Lagerfield is a sports bar with all the big screen TVs playing anything from footy to cricket you would expect to see at a local pub, but being at Crown Casino, it’s obviously going to be a more upscale version of a pub. While of course you and your mates can come around to watch and yell at the umpire’s “uncalled” ruling, you don’t even have to be a sports person to enjoy yourself (though it certainly helps).

The bar is very slick, from all the couches and tables available to drink at, as well hearing the DJs and bands playing. The bar counter has water flowing underneath it, and it looks like your drink will be washed away if placed on it; very cool (though it wouldn’t be if the drink you just paid for sailed away). The bar also has a real variety of drinks, from cocktails, wines, and both local and imported beers, such as Lagerfield Lager (making the venue’s name yet another piece of advertisement you will see at Crown).

The beer garden is a big plus. Not only can you smoke out there, but you get a lovely view of the busy Clarendon Street, which looks gorgeous at night (though you will see many taxis go by on account of Lagerfield being right in front of Crown’s taxi waiting area). Besides the scenery, it’s also a good, ever so slightly quieter place to chat with mates away from the loud chit chat and music inside.

Lagerfield has an easy going atmosphere with its relaxed dress code (smart casual should do it) and the variety of people aged from their 20s and 40s is nice for everyone to have a nice drink at, and definitely is a top starting point for a big night out.

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A Second Review of Lagerfield Sports Bar

Review by Rick Restaino

Situated in the heart of Melbourne’s Southbank district, and part of Crown’s Casino’s entertainment complex, Lagerfeld is the place many patrons visiting Crown go to for a few quiet drinks, before and after a long night at one either Fusion or Co. And for this reason, Lagerfeld prides itself as a mellow and relaxed venue.

Because it’s a bar, Lagerfeld doesn’t really have in the sense a pure dance floor—most patrons make their dancing intentions known in the centre of the room. On a busy night, this area can be quite congested so if you’re lucky to score a couch, or two, on the seating area on the sides, you can always mark your spot there. On the particular night I visited, the linoleum floor was extremely sticky, which made it quite hard to dance like it was 2099, or a dickhead trying to impress a pretty lady nearby.

Draped across the walls are high-definition television which make Lagerfeld a great place to catch a game of footy, or soccer, depending on what game floats your boat. When I was there, I’m not sure if it was a poor error of judgement, or intentional, but Nickelodeon was on, screening some old toon favourites such as CatDog and Hey Arnold! This made for one interesting environment as a house remix of Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Who’s Gonna Save My Soul’ played.

The standout feature of Lagerfeld is its beer garden overlooking Whiteman’s Road. With its reasonable priced drinks and food, this makes for a great area to contemplate where to head off to next, or reflect on the night that’s passed.

Whether it’s for a quiet drink with friends, or for a bite while watching the game, Lagerfeld is either the place to start or end your night of celebrations.

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