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The Baden Powell Hotel has been Collingwood’s local watering hole for 130 years. Rich with history and heart, the Baden Powell is located on the edge of East Melbourne, Richmond, Fitzroy and the CBD. The Baden offers 12 rotating taps filled with local seasonal craft beer, over 50 bottles of imported and local beer and cider, Italian and Australian centered wine selection and fresh wholesome modern Italian food.
In its newest incarnation EVA on Drummond is an intimate modern wine bar with a focus on being relaxed and accessible. Our extensive wine offering caters to every individual taste and is designed to match with our food offering.
The Leveson, a hidden North Melbourne gem owned by Corey McKernan since 2004, provides its customers with all of the elements of a great modern Australian pub. A modern bar which can cater for those busy Saturday nights with our resident DJ, a casual beer garden/courtyard which delivers its occupants with a retractable roof for those chilly winter evenings, and a restaurant that provides a relaxed quick bite, the perfect parma or choose from our ever-changing & diverse al la carte menu.
Conveniently located in the heart of Lower Plenty, Lower Plenty Hotel is a contemporary and relaxed venue with all the amenities that you would expect from a modern hotel including bistro, bar with TAB facilities and ample parking.The hotel is very community minded and hosts regular fundraising events for different local charities throughout the year as well as being a frequent supporter of local schools and sporting facilities.
Open from 4pm till late 7 days.
The Emerald is a traditional, but unique hotel. A country feel in town with ambience. An impressive hotel with a loyal & eclectic following. Convivial and relaxing.The food is excellent, the wine list extensive and the staff are friendly & efficient.Great place for corporate business meetings, family celebrations, get-togethers, reunions, farewells, a great party and even a wedding and will personally tailor your occasion to suit your budget.Tram goes past the door, close to the city, yet a stone’s throw to the Grand Prix track and the Aquatic Centre.Run by the Lewis Family for over 16 years - has won many prestigious awards. The Lewis’ take great pride in the hotel, extending warm hospitality and courteous attention to all their guests.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We have a great kitchen with excellent chefs, a pool table, an open space courtyard with perfect sunlight and a small funky saloon bar. We have just finished creating our new menu with new & exciting dishes added.
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