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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!
The Tote Hotel is a hotel, pub, bar and music venue on the corner of Johnston and Wellington Streets, in Collingwood.
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.
Melbourne's favorite music venue.
Public Bar, Bistro & function venue a short stroll from the City and MCG, or the '86' Tram will drop you right out the front.
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.
Located on the corner of Flinders street and St Kilda Rd, in Federation square, Transport Public Bar is located opposite Flinders St Station and one of the main Tram hubs on St Kilda Rd it is also a quick walk along the Yarra to the MCG, Melbourne Park and AMMI Park stadiums making this truly in the heart of Melbourne.The public bar is a relaxed friendly place where all are welcome.
Rose Diner and Cafe is a light, open space with green highlights, timber features, small intimate tables and large communal ones. While the space retains some of the building's original art deco touches, it's benefited greatly from the undeniably modern reinvention.With a retro menu to go with the decor, this sharp fresh venue will brighten your mood day or night. The food has strong gastropub pedigree in a kitchen headed up by Stephen Drake. Drinks feature the Little Creatures range on tap along with other local and boutique beers. Wines are kept local and a few nostalgic cocktails make an appearance.The sister cafe next door, Little Rose, is open for breakfast and lunch, with Syndicate Coffee served alongside jaffles, baked eggs and milkshakes.Need to get a group together for drinks, fun and frolics? We are here for all occasions. Whether it's with friends, family, or work colleagues, we have you covered for all occasions. Be it a cocktail party upstairs in our private space complete with outdoor balcony, dinner in the Rose Diner or a special dinner in our upstairs private dining space, we can help, and have menus to suit all appetites and preferences. Antonio is our resident social adviser and can help you plan the task at hand and even suggest the best way to get your social gathering going. Whether you already have it all planned out or are in need of some (or a lot) of advice, he's here to help!
Since opening its doors in 1990, O’Connell’s has been at the forefront of pub gastronomy in Melbourne, blending a unique design and informality with award-winning food and service.Today, after a month long refurbishment, O’Connell’s has been transformed into a sophisticated yet relaxed pub that combines an impressive Techne-designed dining room and bar with friendly and efficient service, and a seasonally driven menu presenting the best local ingredients available.
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