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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.
Nestled in the heart of Richmond and simultaneously catering for a versatile range of occasions, the Precinct Hotel is a family owned and operated establishment that offers a warm yet sophisticated atmosphere, guaranteed to make any soirée an unforgettable occasion.From intimate dining and live entertainment to big screen sporting events over the weekend... Precinct Hotel is the place to be in Melbourne.
The Matthew Flinders Hotel is located 15 minutes from Melbourne CBD with easy access from the Monash Freeway.The home of fine food and hospitality, it has a reputation for entertaining the whole family and satisfying corporate client's needs.All children's meals purchased Monday to Sunday go in the draw to win 1 hour of bowling for up to 8 guests. The weekly draw takes place at 7pm every Monday night.There is car parking for approx 400 including disabled spaces located conveniently at all entrances of the hotel.We have easy access to public transport, with Chadstone Shopping Centre – "The Fashion Capital" only a few minutes travel time away.
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.
Young and Jackson is Australia's most Iconic Hotel. Beautifully restored and refurnished it is a comfortable blend of boutique bar and classic pub, a perfect destination for all occasions.
The Flying Duck is tucked away in leafy Bendigo Street, Prahran, and offers an innovative lunch and dinner menu. Relax in the glass atrium, by the open fires or you may prefer the secluded beer garden. We can cater for all occasions, from corporate functions to weddings, and the food style varies from finger food to full table service.
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 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.
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.
The Tinamba Hotel was first Established In 1874, over the years there has been many changes, The Schoenmaeker family purchased the business from Eric & Carol Whelan in 1987 and added the large function room and renovated the bistro.The Hotel stayed in the family until 2009 when Brad Neilson & Damien Gannon purchased it. Brad & Damien both wereBrad and Damienborn and raised in Gippsland. Brad born in Traralgon and Damien in Tinamba.They owned Neilsons Restaurant in Traralgon, which they sold early in 2008. After a short stint in St Kilda, they returned to Tinamba, taking over the Hotel in May 2009 and immediately closed it for renovations.After 3 months of hard work, the Hotel re-opened on August 22 2009.
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.
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.
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