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Public Bar, Bistro & function venue a short stroll from the City and MCG, or the '86' Tram will drop you right out the front.
The Dan O’connell is a quality boozer situated in sunny Carlton. It is as historically significant as the exhibition buildings and has twice the granduer.From it’s solid granite bar to it’s genuine pleather upholstery, The Dan O’Connell has been serving the fine people of Melbourne grog since settlers first arrived in 1884.
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.
Bar and kitchen open 7 days a week.
Shoppingtown Hotel is deceptive from the roadside entrance. Many are surprised when they arrive at the venue and see the wide variety of facilities offered including bistro, beer garden, TAB sports bar, accommodation, gaming room, nightclub and cabaret room.What differentiates the venue from other hotels in the area, aside from the magnificent view of the city, is the high standard of performers in its cabaret room. The versatility of the room allows it to be used during the day for community shows, conferences and Bingo.Evening entertainers have included local and international stars such as Angels, Noiseworks, Shannon Noll, Sweet and James Reyne. Click here to see which acts are playing here soon.For those who like a more relaxed atmosphere we also offer a dinner and show package. Sit, relax with friends and enjoy a 2 course meal whilst viewing live shows such as Leo Sayer, Cadd and Morris, and the ever popular Babba, in comfort.
Brunswick Mess Hall will serve 14 beers on tap and over 50 different beers by the bottle, all sourced from boutique breweries such as Thunder Road Brewing, Temple Brewery (based in Brunswick), and McLaren Vale Beer Company. Among the 150 other drinks to choose from will be an extensive and creative range of cocktails (PEACOCKTAILS), award winning wines and spirits and the Brunswick Mess Hall inspired punch bowls to share for bigger groups.
Prince Alfred is a gastro-pub that boasts an extensive wine selection and a modern twist, whilst retaining the warmth and welcoming atmosphere of a traditional local pub.Exceptional food, lounge area for a refreshing cocktail, boutique beer, and a function venue that guarantees a memorable night.
The Commercial Club Hotel is the perfect place to get a cold drink, great meal or even celebrate you next special occasion. Whilst there is not a private function room, bookings of large groups are welcome and can be catered for.
Sitting proud on the corner of High Street and Cosmo Road, The Cosmopolitan has long held a place in the heart of the Trentham community. Built circa 1866, its sweeping weatherboard verandahs have witnessed countless local stories. It's the pub on the corner where your grandfather might have had his first lemonade, and his first beer, just as his father had done before him.In 2005 The Cosmopolitan story took an unexpected turn when fire ravaged the iconic pub.Today there are reminders of the fire – the old piano and a four poster bed remain just as they were that fateful night. But 2009 marked a new beginning for The Cosmo.The new owners are local to the area. Driven by a shared vision of the pub's glory days – of exceptional food, wine and the company of great friends – their plans to restore The Cosmo have become the talk of the town.The Cosmopolitan Gardens are now open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. From April the Stables will be open through the cooler months. Exuding charm and laid-back, rustic ambience, they're the perfect place for a relaxing drink or dinner with friends, or to celebrate a special event.
The Merrijig Inn, Victoria's oldest Inn, is our special place in Port Fairy.The Merrijig Inn is located in Port Fairy, the jewel of south west Victoria on the Great Ocean Road.The Merrijig Kitchen is our restaurant in our historic dining room. We write our menu daily from seasonal produce, sourced locally where possible from the south-west country-sdie.Our carefully crafted wine list features passionate producers who use bio-dynamic & organic practises and their wine speaks of 'terroir'.The Merrijig front bar is open every day from 4pm so you're welcome to come and enjoy a drink and a chat! Centrally located next to the wharf, the Merrijig Inn is close to all of historic Port Fairy's attractions including galleries, shopping and beaches.We hope you'll join us and enjoy the charm of the hisotric Merrijig Inn!It's exciting for us to be able to host you in one of Port Fairy's most charming buildings - so come share our love of eating great food and drinking delicious wine, and stay a while!
Bar and private spaces, established in the 1850s. Provides menus, news and events, and party information.Public BarSit at the bar stools, hide by the fire or grab a table out the front.EatYou can eat anywhere you like at Prahran Hotel.They have formal booth seating & table configurations for groups of 2 to 30 people in our bistro.They have two private dining spaces that can be joined to serve one exclusive lunch or dinner (as one room we can seat up to 36 guests or as 2 private spaces we can seat bookings of 8 to 22 and each private room is hosted by your own dedicated staff).Level OneTake the front or rear staircase up to level one where our cocktail bar and dance floor awaits.The level one bar is set around an outdoor courtyard and a series of balconies looking over the Garden Bar and concrete pipe booths below.It’s a favourite of many because it arguably hosts the best possible views of the facade pipe wall and the glass-encased courtyard.It’s a also a nooky escape from the often busier bars below.
The Empyre Boutique Hotel evokes grandeur and an understated elegance of a bygone era not seen in Castlemaine since the gold rush.Although built as the Albion hotel in 1860, its current transformation has produced a timeless and sophisticated hotel that is classic european inspiration. Furnished with stunning antique French and Asian pieces that adorn every level of the hotel, you will marvel at how they sit harmoniously side by side with modern amenities that we have come to expect today.Just six luxurious rooms all named after different aspects from the hotel’s past, create an intimate travel destination, where you may relax and unwind.Please note the Empyre cafe and restaurant has closed as of the 30th June 2012 and the hotel will continue to operate as an upmarket Bed and Breakfast venue as of the 1st July 2012. Relax, take time to unwind and enjoy the unspoilt beauty of Castlemaine and its surrounding villages. Or use the Hotel as a base to explore the many regional towns and their offerings that are with in 30 minutes of the Empyre.
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