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the bottle of milk

Situated on the Lorne's main st, Mountjoy parade, The Bottle of Milk was opened in 2008 by Brett Graham and Robert Lowther. 

Having previously opened a popular pizza shop in Lorne, Pizza Pizza, Brett and Robert opened the Bottle of Milk with the intention of bringing good quality hamburgers to Lorne. The burgers at The Bottle of Milk are a delicious take on the beach side classic burgers and chips. 

The Bottle of Milk use local premium quality Australian beef on freshly baked buns and condiments made either in house or locally by Four Fat Martians. You can take away across the road to the beach or eat in on one of the large outside tables or a vintage chair inside.It’s not just burgers at The Bottle of Milk. The coffee is 7 seeds and there is also a selection of imported and local cold drinks. 


Location:

53 Mountjoy parade
Lorne, Victoria
3232
Tel. (03) 52892005

 

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