The walls are decorated with honeycomb structures, each hexagon filled with skulls made by Jess Carpenter, the wife of one of the four owners. She names each of them after famous rock albums. Continuing this theme, there are two famous Pablos on the walls: Picasso well, a print of his, anyway and Escobar. Cocktails are split into three lists, the Pablo all tequila based , the Honey sweeter mixes made with vodka, rum or gin and the classics each with a small twist. Barbequed lamb shoulder and asado beef ribs are among the larger share plates. We do not seek or accept payment from the cafes, restaurants, bars and shops listed in the Directory — inclusion is at our discretion. Venue profiles are written by independent freelancers paid by Broadsheet. Skip to Main Content Broadsheet. Pablo Honey Tapas Bar. Photography: Miyuki Mardon.
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A twist of lime over a salad, a twist of lemon into a tequila shot, a metaphorical twist on a classic dish, like their pork belly with coffee. From their location on Acland Street in the heart of St Kilda, just yards from the seafront, the four agave heads behind this culinary cartel — amigos Mat Carpenter, Brad Jones, Russell McKenzie and Azza Mondo — offer sexy and dangerous Latin favourites to the Melbourne public, as well as a superb range of drinks and desserts to keep the entire party happy. Yum great night out good food and drinks nice staff. Even though staff were missing, the experience was yet again great. Everyone worked so hard but still had time to say hello, have a laugh and a smile. We just had to send a photo to friends in England with ours and their favourite cocktails. They'll be visiting Pablo's in December when they come over But we can't wait that long,so see you soon.
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