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Royal Hotel..."The Happiest Place on Earth"
The beautiful Grand Hotel was built in 1888, this hotel in the centre of town is National Trust Classified.She was a family owned business for over 80 years and changed hands in 2007 when Actors Alison Whyte and Fred Whitlock gave the old girl a new lease of life and she took on a new persona which has grown into a funky fun place to be, with modern Australian home cooked meals and a great atmosphere.The decor takes on a mood created by Florence Broadhurst wallpapers and oversized lamp shades and retro furnishings.With the new refurb a large sun deck has been constructed perfect for an afternoon coffee, beer,wine or evening meal.
The Tote Hotel is a hotel, pub, bar and music venue on the corner of Johnston and Wellington Streets, in Collingwood.
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
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.
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 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.
Front Bar and Band Room: Live Music Every Night.
Public Bar, Bistro & function venue a short stroll from the City and MCG, or the '86' Tram will drop you right out the front.
Whether you want the classics with a crafty twist, a cheeky red taken on a Chesterfield by an open fire, a candlelit dinner for two in a leafy atrium, or a special occasion in a spooky-cellar- turned-private-dining-room – this is the joint for you.Feast on seasonal produce, free range and organic fare. Wash it down with a drop from our boutique wine list (focused on locally produced and small owner growers), or one of a large selection of local and international beers. Housemade pickles, preserves and local cheeses are served up peasant-style, alongside slow-cooked Sunday roasts served to juicy perfection in traditional cast iron pots.Check out what’s happening in the Grace Bandroom. My Disco, Teeth & Tongue, Lost Animal, The Process, Super Wild Horses, The Frowning Clouds, The Bonniwells, Sophie Brous, Electric Smile, Ouch My Face, Duck Duck Chop, Tessa & The Typecasts, Shout Out Louds, Kirin J Callinan & Six Foot Hick have all pounded the upstairs stage.
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 Bottom End is Pub, Diner, Bar and Disco and truly unique venue in the bottom end of Melbourne's CBD. Australian New Hotel of the Year 2012 in the prestigious Bartender Awards, The Bottom End is the best of all things much more than the sum of its parts.
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