Pubs - City of Melbourne
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Melbourne's pubs include traditional Aussie watering holes – often with beer gardens or old-school public bars – modern gastropubs, and mock Irish taverns.
The Bottom End - Bars & pubs - MELBOURNE

The Bottom End

579 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
The Bottom End is the home of cheap eats and jammed dance floors – a place for you to come and get euphoric.
The Carlton Hotel - Bars & pubs - MELBOURNE

The Carlton Hotel

193-199 Bourke Street, Melbourne
The Carlton Hotel (Carlton Club) is a mirage in the heart of Melbourne. A mash of eccentric and eclectic, it’s part bar, part dining room, complete with a tropical balcony over Bourke Street.
The Castle Hotel - Bars & pubs - NORTH MELBOURNE

The Castle Hotel

56-58 Courtney Street, North Melbourne
With its relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the Castle Hotel is a perfect place to meet with friends, enjoy a drink and share a delicious meal.
The Charles Dickens Tavern - Bars & pubs - MELBOURNE

The Charles Dickens Tavern

Basement 290 Collins Street, Melbourne
There’s a little of ye olde England at the Charles Dickens Tavern. A homely, comfortable haven for lunch and evening dinner or the occasional drink. There's something for everyone with light meals of fish or pasta and cold Australian beer.
The Crafty Squire - Bars & pubs - MELBOURNE

The Crafty Squire

115-127 Russell Street, Melbourne
The Crafty Squire (formerly known as the Portland Hotel) is the Melbourne city destination for beer lovers. It has everything from crisp easy drinking lagers to big hoppy craft ales.
The Curtin - Bars & pubs - CARLTON

The Curtin

27-31 Lygon Street, Carlton
Looking for an old style pub with traditional food, cold beer and no pokies? See you at the John Curtin where the upstairs band-room will blow you away.
The Drunken Poet  - Bars & pubs - WEST MELBOURNE

The Drunken Poet

65 Peel Street,, West Melbourne
The Drunken Poet, or just the Poet, as it’s known to those who have sipped its Guinness and stamped their feet on the floorboards to local music, is the real deal amongst Irish pubs. Right opposite the Queen Victoria Market in West Melbourne.
The Duke Of Wellington - Bars & pubs - MELBOURNE

The Duke Of Wellington

142-148 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Established in 1853, The Duke is the oldest licensed pub in Melbourne. In 2018, the Duke underwent an extensive redesign and renovation and now features a rooftop and modern public bar complete with delicious menus for both food and drinks.
The Elephant and Wheelbarrow - Bars & pubs - MELBOURNE

The Elephant and Wheelbarrow

94-96 Bourke Street, Melbourne
No other venue screams British pub quite so loudly as the Elephant and Wheelbarrow. There's a huge range of beers, live music and sport every weekend with an English menu to boot.
The Irish Times Pub - Bars & pubs - MELBOURNE

The Irish Times Pub

Gnd & Flr1, 427 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Spread over two floors, The Irish Times Pub is a piece of Ireland in Melbourne. It offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, a big screen plus Kilkenny, Stella and Heineken beers on tap.

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