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The Drunken Poet is an authentic Irish pub situated in West Melbourne. The Drunken Poet has provided a space for some of Melbourne’s finest original and traditional music for the last number of years.
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.
At the Graham we believe that passion is fuel for the soul and we invite you to come and be inspired by our enduring love affair with great food, luscious wines and lively conversation.
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!
One of Melbourne's most iconic landmark hotels. Established in 1865 it has an irish theme and a number of large spectacular lead light windows. Being the only single story hotel ever built in that era and steeped in history of bygone eras.
The Corkman Irish Pub features bar, restaurant, function facilities and hostel.
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.
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.
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.
The Tote Hotel is a hotel, pub, bar and music venue on the corner of Johnston and Wellington Streets, in Collingwood.
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.
Knock back a beer with your mates in the stylish bar that opens out onto bustling Sydney Road. Sip on a cocktail in the comfy lounge area. Deliberate over our beautiful, inexpensive, produce-driven menu in the bistro. Bask in the sunshine in our completely renovated and casual courtyard. Celebrate in style with friends and family in our private function room. Dance to the beat of our live bands and DJ's in the evenings, or our acoustic Sunday sessions.
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