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Royal Hotel..."The Happiest Place on Earth"
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.
Want to find out for yourself how we create our ales? We invite you to step into our world and see how we do things in a place where fermentation comes with a bit of imagination.On any given day of the year (except that gift giving day in December) come and visit us, taste our beers and escape the outside world. We’re open from 11am to 5pm everyday other than Friday, when we stay open until 9pm to welcome some more unexpected pop ins.We're also serving up some pizzas to accompany your ale on Friday, Saturday and Sunday... perfect!
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
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.
The kitchen is open for dinner 7 nights a week, with great dinner specials every week. Offering fast and friendly service, the Vine is a great place to stop on the way to the footy, for Friday night work drinks or just to catch up with your mates for a tasty meal.Depending on your mood (or the weather) choose between our outdoor seating or our mezzanine dining area, or just pull up a table in the bar, there are plenty of options for you and your friends.
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.
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.
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.
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 Corkman Irish Pub features bar, restaurant, function facilities and hostel.
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.
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