Sir Robert Peel Hotel, 351-359 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne
Bobbie Peels is North Melbourne’s home to icy cold craft beers, delicious food and an ambience that’s warm, inviting and familiar.
Here you’ll find a curious and rotating array of Australia’s finest craft brews, refreshingly cold on tap or from a bottle.
Bull And Bear Tavern
347 Flinders Lane,, Melbourne
Halfway between Elizabeth and Queens Streets on Flinders lane the Bull & Bear Tavern is divided in to three rooms where you can eat and drink like a, well, bull and a bear!
The street level bar is public while the second level has a spacious buffet-st...
Mac's Hotel, 34 Franklin Street, Melbourne
Captain Melville provides a modern take on gold rush era hospitality.
All food is sourced from ethical and sustainable Victorian farms. The menu focuses on communal, casual eating, with shared dishes, steaks, snacks, and of course, the pub classics.
The Celtic Club, 316 Queen Street, Melbourne
There's more to The Celtic Club than pints of Guinness. The charm and character of the Emerald Isle is alive and well at the Oldest Irish Club in Australia.
Central Club Hotel
240-248 Victoria Street, North Melbourne
The central club does a mean parma and the beer is good, what more do you need when looking for an unprentious pub in North Melbourne?
This city pub has a very friendly country pub atmosphere and offers a wide variety of food and drinks at reasonable ...
Clocks At Flinders Street Station
Flinders Street Station, Melbourne
Clocks at Flinders Street Station is a contemporary venue with old fashioned values. It features Flinders Kitchen, Bar, TAB, Keno, Fox Sports, happy hour, 11 huge flat screen TVs, competitions and giveaways.
377-389 Cardigan Street, Carlton
Clyde Hotel in Carlton is a great public bar with lots of food specials. The well-appointed and accessible courtyard is great for gathering with a group of friends.
There’s a large inside food area from where you can dine and listen to the live music.
86A Collins Street, Melbourne
The façade of a 19th century Victorian terrace on Collins Street hides the entrance to the ultra-modern Collins Quarter; a bar and restaurant cloaked in old world charm.
585 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
The heritage-listed Colonial Hotel is a restaurant, bar and function venue all under the one roof. It's also home to the nightclub Brown Alley.
Shop 1 242 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
Coopers inn is an icon in the heart of the city. The heritage listed hotel blends warmth and rustic charm and adds to the cosmopolitan pedigree of classic Melbourne establishments.