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The Public Bar is a relaxed place to take in the view, sit by the open fire or enjoy a beer or glass of wine from our extensive range.The Public Bar is a relaxed place to take in the view, sit by the open fire or enjoy a beer or glass of wine from our extensive range.
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 Corkman Irish Pub features bar, restaurant, function facilities and hostel.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bar and kitchen open 7 days a week.
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.
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.
One can relax with friends over a few drinks at the bar or enjoy a casual meal indoors and savour the tastes of The Telegraph menu, in our well appointed restaurant.The Telegraph Hotel is the perfect meeting place, for those lazy days and relaxed nights.
Recognised as a local Port Melbourne landmark, the Hotel Albion offers both an elegant fine dining experience as well as sensational quality pub classics that keep them coming back for more!
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