In the age of streaming, it really shouldn’t be surprising that a Netflix-themed pub is opening in Melbourne. 

The Who’s Watch Inn (get it? get it?) is taking over Carlton’s Clyde Hotel from Wednesday, September 28th to Sunday, October 2nd, transforming an iconic Melbourne pub into a treasure trove of Netflix memorabilia.

There will be props inspired by the biggest Netflix shows, including the Demogorgon from Stranger Things, the piggy bank from Squid Game, and the Parisian garden bench from Emily in Paris. Regardless of what you like to watch on the streaming platform, there should be an interesting prop to suit all tastes.

The Who’s Watch Inn will also have a food and drink menu inspired by Netflix shows, so hopefully ‘Emily in Parma’ and ‘Squid Ink Dark Ale’ taste a lot better than they sound. And to sweeten the deal, Netflix will be offering visitors a free drink on arrival (one drink per person and obviously you have to be over 18).

Some special events have been lined up for the Who’s Watch Inn as well. On Thursday, September 29th, there will be a huge trivia night that will almost definitely feature a lot of Netflix-related questions.

Then on Friday, September 30th, Netflix is a Joke: Comedy Night will see Urzila Carlson, Nazeem Hussain, Melanie Bracewell and more are set to bring the laughs to the Carlton venue.

Both events are completely free but it’s probably a good idea to register to attend ahead of time here.

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Who’s Watch Inn

The Clyde Hotel 385 Cardigan Street, Carlton, Melbourne

Wednesday, September 28th – 7pm-11pm
Thursday, September 29th – 12-11pm
Friday, September 30th – 11-1am
Saturday, October 1st – 12-1am
Sunday, October 2nd – 12-11pm

Pub Trivia – Thursday – 7:30-9pm

Netflix is a Joke: Comedy Night – Friday – 8-9pm

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