By Sacha Delfosse, editor bars&clubs

Nieuw Amsterdam, a New York-inspired bar and eatery, has recently opened in Melbourne CBD.

The new venue is located in a former 1880s iron foundry building and draws its name from owner Michael Roszbach’s Dutch heritage.

“We’re excited to give Melbourne diners a unique and fun experience – a place where they can get great food alongside quality service in a comfortable environment,” said Roszbach.

“This city is known for its dining and drinking destinations and we’ve worked hard to create an experience that will meet Melbourne’s great standards,” he said.

Nieuw Amsterdam serves up a 'New American' style food menu, with a number of great dishes crafted by head chef Nick Stanton (formerly from the Millswyn and the Woods of Windsor). 

Stanton’s menu includes new interpretations of classic American dishes, such as the chicken waffles with pate, terrine, crispy chicken skin and orange caramel.

The venue also offers a mix of quirky and classic cocktails, and an extensive wine list put together by sommelier Brian Conway.

106-113 Hardware St, Melbourne, VIC, (03) 9602 2111 

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