Eat & Drink
Functions & Corporate Bookings
FUNCTIONS, EVENTS & CATERING
Located on Crown St in Surry Hills Sydney, our mezzanine level is a sophisticated semi-private function space ideal for birthdays, celebrations, product launches, corporate events & more. Food options range from canape selections through to set menus, tailored to your appetite. Drinks packages also available to explore the wines of Italy… or to set a budget. For pictures of the space & venue, please see the photo gallery. Entire venue booking options for up to 80 guests also available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Already got a venue? Mille Vini can cater your function. Please see the canape menu in Functions pack for current offerings.
or call (02) 9357 3366
Our opening hours are:
Lunch: Thursday- Sunday 12pm-3pm
Dinner: Monday – Thursday 5pm-11pm | Friday – Saturday 5pm-midnight | Sunday 5pm-11pm.
About & Reviews
Mille Vini Wine Bar & Restaurant | Sydney’s premier Wine bar
Mille Vini, a thousand wines in Italian, is one of Sydney’s most-loved wine bar and restaurants having opened in 2005 and under new management in 2015. Recognised as one of Sydneys most intimate venues, Mille Vini is nestled in an 1853 heritage-listed stonemason’s workshop on busy Crown Street. Available for lunch, dinner, events & catering, Mille Vini celebrates the romance and soul of the finest ingredients on the plate and in the bottle. Our philosophy is that food and wine is to be enjoyed, shared with friends & loved ones (or potential loved ones). Let us take you on a journey of indulgence, guided by our personable team for a culinary adventure you won’t forget.
Noteworthy Reviews & Blogs
“This is legit the place of a thousand wines (yep, the actual Italian translation is just that). One of Sydney’s most-loved wine bars is here to celebrate all things wine/that compliment wine/that are wine, making it the numero uno spot for an aperitivo, a quick bite or a full-blown meal perfectly paired with the sweetest of drops.”
“We came, we ate, we most certainly drank. The combination of rustic, casual eats with mostly Italian wines in an intimate, character-filled venue is a definite winner attracting a broad range of locals, couples, girls nights out and group catch-ups. While there might not be 1,000 wines on the wine list, after my second dinner at Mille Vini I think there’s close to a thousand reasons to get in for a visit.”
“If you’re after a cosy wine-bar experience, look no further than former stonemason workshop Mille Vini. Snuggle down on their “love bench” and leave the ordering to the waitstaff, who recommend the salumi misti, a selection of cured meats; and the formaggi platter paired with a bottle of Chianti.”
“Italian for “a thousand wines”, Mille Vini is a place for long, relaxed afternoons filled with good conversation, and even better wine. The venue’s list runs just short of 100 wines, with regional Italian, French and Australian varieties to complement the dining menu.”
“The atmosphere at Mille Vini is fun and friendly, upstairs there is also a sandstone dining area, the perfect place to make things a little more intimate. “
“The staff just can’t be faulted for their attentiveness, and the vibe is like being in an authentic Italian bar. The fact that it’s in an 1853 heritage-listed stonemason’s building doesn’t hurt either. This combined with the empty bottles on display, a bike riding up the wall towards the roof and the low-level lighting all add to the effect. It is recommended to book before you go, particularly on a Friday or Saturday.”
“As locals, we’ve driven past this place a million times. And we’re so glad we finally managed to drop in. Excellent service and food and wine to match! Not sure how you’re spending your Friday nights, but this is where I’ll be spending mine!”
“Mille Vini has specials throughout the week like the all you can eat pasta on Mondays for $20 or half price antipasti on Thursdays so this place is def a winner with the locals!”
“Mille Vini meaning ‘a thousand wines’ in Italian screams wine bar-come restaurant. The high walls are adorned with rows and rows of quality wine, and bottles even make an appearance on the stairwell. The restaurant has a homely vibe. I felt as though I was at someones Nona’s house, smelling delicious aromas coming from the kitchen.”