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The Corkman Irish Pub features bar, restaurant, function facilities and hostel.
Known as the locals local, O'Sullivan's first opened its doors in 1998 and has been a hub of activity ever since. It's the ideal venue to host any occasion or to catch up with friends for a drink or a meal.Open 7 days a week, O'Sullivan's offers lunch Friday and Saturday and dinner 7 nights a week. Located in the heart of Essendon, it's a popular venue for all ages and home to the best of Irish tradition and hospitality.
One can relax with friends over a few drinks at the bar or enjoy a casual meal indoors and savour the tastes of The Telegraph menu, in our well appointed restaurant.The Telegraph Hotel is the perfect meeting place, for those lazy days and relaxed nights.
The George Hotel is located right opposite the famous South Melbourne Markets which means we have access to the best produce at its freshest. We are famous for our great pub food and unmissable daily specials. Drink, eat, catch up with friends, watch sport or socialise in any one of our five hotel areas. Chef, Peter Anderson prides himself on the quality of his food. All food and meals are freshly prepared on site. Enjoy the expansive craft beer and wine list. Our wines have been carefully selected to suit every occasion.
Built in 1890, the recently renovated heritage listed hotel has become a funky yet traditional hotel. Conveniently located a short distance from the CBD and walking distance to Melbourne Central, the Queensberry is easy to get to via public transport and there are plenty of parking spaces in the area.
An iconic Melbourne hotel has been part of the North Fitzroy community fabric for almost 150 years. Public BarThe classic public bar offers the perfect place to catch up with friends or watch the footy. Enjoy the best of both worlds with the entire offering of craft beer plus the full dining space menuCraft bar and Beer GardenAt the heart of the craft bar and beer garden is 16 rotating craft beer taps that match perfectly to our asian-inspired delicacies. Think crispy pork belly, fresh salads and steamed bao (not to mention the classics including Melbourne-renowned burgers and parmas). Dining SpaceOpen for dinner every night from 6pm and lunch on Saturdays and Sundays, enjoy a seasonally-focused menu in the warm and inviting dining space. Head chef, Damon Philippakos has crafted a menu with an emphasis on sharing dishes and high quality steaks. We're talking the finest grass and pasture fed beef Victoria has on offer, plus a carefully curated wine list. Ask our friendly staff for the ideal wine to match your dish.Sports BarLast but not least, the upstairs sports bar serves as both a 80 person function space as well as a lively sports bar on the weekends. The Terminus proudly plays every AFL game live, as well as cricket, rugby and soccer.
Open from 4pm till late 7 days.
Today, under the direction of new owners Neil Henson and Jim Lekakis, the Royal George Hotel is a must-visit destination for the finest food and wine of the region
The beautiful Grand Hotel was built in 1888, this hotel in the centre of town is National Trust Classified.She was a family owned business for over 80 years and changed hands in 2007 when Actors Alison Whyte and Fred Whitlock gave the old girl a new lease of life and she took on a new persona which has grown into a funky fun place to be, with modern Australian home cooked meals and a great atmosphere.The decor takes on a mood created by Florence Broadhurst wallpapers and oversized lamp shades and retro furnishings.With the new refurb a large sun deck has been constructed perfect for an afternoon coffee, beer,wine or evening meal.
Bridie O'Reilly’s is Melbourne's original Irish Pub. Bridie's prides itself on great customer service, a wide range of beers, traditional Irish meals and live entertainment in a cosy and inviting atmosphere.Bridie's offers food and drink specials everyday of the week. The weekend also sees live bands & live sports action, with both Fox Sports and Setanta for our world football fans.And don't forget, our function space can be booked for your next party, conference or business lunch!So, what are you waiting for?Come on over, grab a pint of Guinness from one of our friendly staff, and get mixed up in the atmosphere that is Bridie O'Reilly's.
Centrally located on Maribyrnong Road and just a stone's throw away from Flemington Racecourse, The Waterloo Cup Hotel combines the lively atmosphere of the popular 252 Bar with the cosiness and warmth of the bistro.The venue's charming and quaint façade belies the modern touches and well-appointed interior spaces, which are coupled with friendly service and a good variety of quality food and wine. The venue boasts a huge private function room where parties and events are easily accommodated, including engagements, birthdays and christenings.
The Steam Packet Hotel is an important element of the historical town of Williamstown. It has strong historical associations and is architecturally notable as being a strong representative example of a hotel in the 1800′s.The Steam Packet Hotel has always been one of the leading hotels in the city and had a strong association with the thriving nineteenth century port of Williamstown.Architecturally, the building is in the conservative Classical style and is notable for its detailing. Constructed on stone plinth, the stuccoed structure has a string course and parapet with cornice. Other distinctive features include the angled corner, window and door fames and the prominent chimneys.The two-storey building was built in 1863 to replace an 1839 original building called the Ship Inn. On 7th January 1839, James Fawns took out a license for the Ship Inn which became Williamstown’s first hotel. In the mid 1940′s, the Ship Inn was serving as a boarding house and a bakery run by Mr Jennings, a baker. It was then in 1850 that Mr Jennings took out a license for the building, calling it Steam Packet.In 1861, a fire destroyed several shops and the Old Ship Inn. In 1863, the new building of the Steam Packet Hotel was born.
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