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Corte (Spanish for courthouse) is named in recognition
of the historic courthouse in which it is located.

Built in 1860 the courthouse, adjoining lock-up and
former police station served as the justice precinct for
the Port Melbourne borough for over 120 years.

Today, the courthouse is heritage listed and is maintained largely
in its original form with the integrity of the distressed
stone walls, high ceilings, original oak beams creating
the perfect rustic atmosphere in which to
enjoy Corte’s food and wine.

 

Kitchen and Bar.

Wednesday and Thursday
5pm - Late

Friday to Sunday
12pm - Late

115 Bay St, Port Melbourne
(03) 9646 7697 | Get in Touch

What's on

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Rose and Rotisserie Night

Every Wednesday Night

$28pp

BOOKINGS

1/2 Hazeldene’s chicken, slow-cooked over redgum, yellow box and coal, served with sauces, sides and a glass of Pizzini Rosetta. $28 per person.


LC003721 - A5 Poster (Corte Brisket)

Brisket and Beer Thursdays

$30 pp

BOOKINGS

Brisket and Beer day!


Food
Functions

Food

Functions

Our informal open plan dining room creates a perfect space for a variety of group reservations with seating options available for up to 18.

The original judges chambers provide unique private dining rooms with open fire places for groups of up to12 seated, perfect for corporate events, private meetings and special occasions.

Our courtyard garden offers year-round enjoyment and can cater for marquee events of up to 70 people at the back of the courthouse.

We can work with you to create the best format and menu for your occasion from corporate events to birthdays, engagement and anniversary celebrations. Please fill out the form below or email info@corteportmelbourne.com.au

Drinks

Drinks

Contact

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Location:

115 Bay St, Port Melbourne
(03) 9646 7697 | Get in Touch


Wednesday and Thursday
5pm - Late

Friday to Sunday
12pm - Late

History

Corte (Spanish for courthouse) is named in recognition of the historic courthouse in which it is located. Built in 1860 the courthouse and adjoining lock-up and former police station served as the justice precinct for the Port Melbourne borough for over 120 years.

The first seven councillors for the borough met in the courthouse in 1860 to write the laws and begin governing the borough following its separation from Melbourne. Over the years since many a petty thief and madman has been brought to justice in its walls.

Renowned Public Works Department architect, JJ Clark, designed the courthouse with its signature style of elaborate ornamentation reflecting its Classical Renaissance architecture. Today, the courthouse is heritage listed and is maintained largely in its original form with the integrity of the distressed stone walls, high ceilings, original oak beams and working judge’s log fire creating the perfect rustic atmosphere in which to enjoy Corte’s Latin cuisine and wine.