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Whether you're after some sporting action, a great meal or just to chill out and have a few drinks, the Junction Club is where you should be headed.
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.
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 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.
The Tote Hotel is a hotel, pub, bar and music venue on the corner of Johnston and Wellington Streets, in Collingwood.
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.
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 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”.
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.
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.
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 Templestowe Hotel’s provincial cottage-style exterior hints at the accommodating welcome you’ll receive inside. Established in 1868, the Templestowe Hotel extends over an impressive area, with views out over its leafy surrounds. Following an award-winning redevelopment, the venue boasts a vast dining area with an impressive buffet selection, comfortable and spacious sports bar, inviting al fresco and balcony areas and myriad options to keep the kids entertained.The venue’s flagship buffet provides a true international flavour, boasting up to 37 different local and international dishes, made with the freshest ingredients and prepared in-house by the dedicated culinary team.With a focus on comfort, quality, and value for money, the Templestowe Hotel will please even the most discerning of visitors.
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