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The Barley Corn Hotel is Melbourne's premier acoustic and live band venue. Together with Hip-Hop MC's & DJ's it is certainly one of Melbourne's most diverse music venues. We also have a function room which is ideal for any type of special event including birthday/Christmas parties, going away parties and hens/bucks nights.
Tucked away in a back corner of the hotel is our designer Courtyard. An intimate space complemented by water feature and tropical foliage, it’s a great place to hide out with sun and sky overhead. It’s also an exclusive location for small private gatherings..
The owners and managers of the Prince Patrick have years of invaluable experience in the hospitality industry, particularly with regard to functions.
Whether you need only a small corner, a combination of spaces, or the entire hotel, we will do whatever is necessary to make your event a success. We offer a complete range of set price packages, but if you have something else in mind please let us know and we'd be happy to help out.
At the end of the day, be it a wedding, birthday, corporate event or just an excuse to get together with friends, it's your function, and we're here to help make it a reality.
The British Crown Hotel, set in the north east corner of iconic Smith Street, Collingwood has seen many incarnations in its 150 year history, far from its origins as the Roberts Hotel and many years since the legendary Smith Street Bar and Bistro, The British Crown Hotel now offers a warm and ambient setting in the charm of a traditional pub atmosphere to relax and unwind 7 days a week.
This cunningly versatile pub turned modern eatery has a relaxed, welcoming vibe. The comprehensive food menu includes its now famous Vegetarian Burrito, roasted Pork Belly plus Bug and Prawn Gyoza - with vegetarians, vegans and those with food allergies never overlooked. Monday is $15 Parma night, Tuesday is $15 Steak night and DJs add elation Friday and Saturday evenings. Sundays are popular for the $22 two course roast and $12 jugs of Brunswick Bitter. Beer is revered with 100 different varieties chilled in the fridge, as well as 10 rotating taps that showcase top local and international microbrews - from which $6 pints are poured between 4-6pm weekdays. Rain, hail or shine The Fox has it covered; pass the time in summer on the rooftop bar as DJs spin tunes, then thaw out in winter with hearty food by the fireplace and live music on Sundays. Everything you love about The Fox is now also found across the river at The Fox on Montague in South Melbourne.
There's something about an open fire that makes any space look more romantic and alluring, especially on a cold Collingwood night. Baden Powell Hotel is thankfully blessed with one, adding to the cosy atmosphere created by large wooden slabs of tables, bits of brickwork and a brightly-hued mural on the wall. Combine this with cheerful staff and ridiculously generous servings (perhaps explaining the need for such sturdy tables), and it is no wonder that the Baden Powell has such a loyal following of locals. Go in summer to sit outside in the beer garden and enjoy their conscientiously prepared, European influenced pub grub.
The venerated Tote Hotel, Melbourne's favourite venue for Rock and Roll - Loud and Proud. Live bands, live bands and more live bands!! A great place to settle in for the night with a cold beer and good company.
GlassHouse is just off Wellington St and has recently been completely renovated. It's open for lunch & dinner 7 days and it has a 5am licence and DJs on Friday and Saturday nights. There is a restaurant with a modern Australian menu plus you can get pizzas and bar snacks. It has a beer garden, a dance floor and three bar areas as well as the restaurant. The decor is elegant and funky and the service is amazing. Maria Frendo who runs Dantes in Gertrude St runs GlassHouse now and it is a very friendly, welcoming and warm watering hole.
One of Melbourne’s iconic landmark hotels. Established in 1865 it has an irish theme and a number of large spectacular lead light windows.?Being the only single story hotel ever build in that era and steeped in history of bygone eras. With a capacity of up to 100 people for stand-up cocktail food and 50 for sit down lunch or dinner
Two rear glass doors open on to our open garden area for dinners and smokers. Music can be supplied in the form of a music unit of which ipods and cds can be played plus 2 microphones will be supplied (a small hire fee applies)
There's a scene for all moods at the Grace Darling Hotel. You can pop in for a cheap steak at the bar after you've finished work, then hang around for some trivia. Or you could nestle in to the Grace's squeaky leather couch and have yourself a serious drink by the fire. There are a couple of private function rooms available for big groups, one of which is located in the delightfully gothic den downstairs. But if it's a private dinner - with or without that someone special - you're after, then you can take a seat at one of the formally clothed dinner tables. Take your time with the wine list, the options are quite impressive.
The Gem is a perfect spot to go to catch up with friends and have a great family meal. You can enjoy time with friends in the beer garden or listen to some live music.
The Robert Burns Hotel has evolved over a 25 year period also joined by our function room situated on the second floor.
Our Restaurant is well known for its fresh fish and seafood prepared and cooked in a typical ( or home style ) Spanish and Mediterranean fashion. We also cater for vegetarians and meat lovers. With rave reviews, the food will be sure to impress and have you return again and again, now also under new management and offering full table service, so sit back and relax while we do all the work for you.
A very balanced wine list, boasts wines from Spain, New Zealand and our wonderful local wine areas, as well as our famous Sangria.
Free entry, Mature crowd, Thursday Night "Budget Drink Night", Friday nights "Old School Retro, R&B, House" Saturday Nights "Mix it up" DJ on site
Alia Art House is a local creative bar. It strives to mix emerging talent with established talent, to show local art and create a hospitable environment. Open from 9-4am Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Also available for exclusive hire 7 days a week.
Eating and drinking are taken to an exciting new level at Pabu, a modern take on the traditional Japanese pubs or Izakaya. The word Pabu is Japanese for pub, and like any Aussie pub, Pabu is casual, friendly and always lively.
You will be wowed by the cutting-edge Japanese-influenced décor as soon as you walk through the door. The infamous giant abacus on the ceiling has been the talk of the town ever since Pabu opened its door!
At the front of the restaurant you will find the beautiful communal table made of recycled timber which welcomes single diners or larger groups. Stretching the length of the side-wall is the beautiful graffiti artwork inspired by the seasons of Japan by Hiroyasu Tsuri.
Perch at the sushi counter and watch the chefs work their magic to prepare the freshest, most exquisite sushi & sashimi right in front of your eyes. Enjoy an icy-cold Japanese beer including a very clean, dry Kirin on tap; sip on top-quality sakes from all regions of Japan; try a gorgeous signature cocktail or enjoy a glass of wine while snacking on Japanese tapas.
The wide selection of tapas, seafood dishes, sushi and sashimi, and healthy salads will satisfy any/all cravings. On entering Pabu you will be immediately seduced by the sweet aroma of the environmentally friendly bamboo charcoal grill. Savour char-grilled yakitori from the open barbeque and select from the extensive menu to entice your taste buds.