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The Sandringham Hotel, with its sweeping views of Port Phillip Bay features, Bistro with kids play area, full TAB and public bar, bottleshop and function facilities. The Sandringham Hotel is the perfect venue for your next family gathering, corporate event or birthday party.
Hotel Fountain Gate is one of Melbourne's best kept secrets and all in the convenience of a 30 minute drive on the freeway east of the CBD.Our well appointed facilities enable us to cater for all types of functions; the cocktail lounge offers the perfect ambience making the ideal location for pre-dinner appetizers before seating in the magnificent Jewel room where you will be waitered on by friendly, professional and dedicated staff.
One of Melbourne's original "Gastro pubs", The Courthouse has been operating as one of Melbourne's favourite destinations since 2002. Warm, inviting and as renowned as much for its award winning winelist as it is for its fabulous food. An icon of our city.
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 pub opened its doors to the public in 1998 and has since established itself as one of Melbourne’s favourite hospitality venues. Winner of numerous Australian Hotel Association Awards (pubs are mainly called hotels in Australia.) and local Hospitality Business Awards the pub is often described as “ A Little Piece Of Ireland in Australia”. The pub was designed & built in Ireland by GGD Global Ltd, 83 Amiens Street, Dublin and then assembled in Melbourne. The Quiet Man Irish Pub is located in historic Flemington a short trot, canter or if you're desperate a gallop from Flemington Racecourse, the home of the famous Melbourne Cup. This horse race is renowned “as the race that stops a Nation”. The race is run on the first Tuesday in November. The Quiet Man is famous in Melbourne and beyond for its genuine Irish Food, Music and Ambience. The pub captures the essence of friendly Irish hospitality so typical of those pubs 'back home' on which it is based. While the Quiet Man’s name has links to the 1952 film starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara, it is more reflective of the quintessential Quiet Man as depicted in Maurice Walsh’s “ The Quiet Man” … “he was a quiet man not given to talking about himself and the things he had done - he would laugh and have another small one from the stone jar; he was content”.
Everyone knows that the Cricketers Arms Hotel is the only place for pre and post game drinks. Situated directly across the road for the MCG, we are one of the last of the good old, traditional Aussie pubs in Melbourne. Soak up some sun in the beer garden, enjoy the crackling fire, or have a game of pool with a mate...At the Cricketers Arms, everyone feels at home!
Tucked away in the side streets of Port Melbourne, this unpretentious pub has been popular with the locals since the 1800's. Recently renovated, it now boasts a modern twist to go with its history and heritage. The courtyard and beer garden with retractable roof is the hidden gem of port Melbourne. It's versatility for small or large groups, dining or drinking, summer or winter, also makes it a popular private function destination.The private dining room has an air of elegance and reflects the pub's Victorian heritage, while the modern bistro area offers a more casual feel and a warm fireplace offering some great classic pub fare as well as a menu of Modern Australian dishes made from fresh local produce.
Open from 4pm till late 7 days.
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.
The Corkman Irish Pub features bar, restaurant, function facilities and hostel.
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.
Born in the 1860′s, rebuilt after a fire in the 1920′s, the somewhat austere exterior opens up to a pleasant and warm interior of places to meet, eat and drink. The front bar is generally blamed as a major contributor to what is now called retro-funk, but we know it as stuff friends didn’t want in their own homes. Blessed with a rambling outdoor garden, the Standard heaves under a leafy canopy despite Melbourne’s fickle weather.From the heady days of the 90′s, as home to W-Minc Records, the Standard has always supported live music and is part of the surrounding area’s fostering of original talent.In an age of designer decor and themed bars, the Standard has no discernible props of TABs, pool tables, jukeboxes, happy hours or blindness-inducing cocktails. People ask what sort of entertainment we have, to which we reply – “You are it” and this encapsulates the essence of the Standard’s longevity – it is many things to many people.
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