Father’s Office Speakeasy Bar & Restaurant is based on that famed chapter in America’s history, prohibition era 1920s America, when the consumption of alcohol was outlawed. Vintage pieces line the establishment, including an original Swanston Street sign. The spectacular view of the State Library sets the scene to chill on the large wrap-around balcony with a signature cocktail. The opulent dining room has a tin ceiling, art deco inspired wall sconces and decanter lighting. The custom-made copper beer tap over the industrial-style bar, period mosaics and gangster wall encapsulate the era of underground speakeasy bars. The food menu comprises Americana a la carte and food from the bar with high quality local produce and premium meat cuts.