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This great old pub can safely claim the title of "oldest Pub In Australia" (mainland that is). Built in 1815 by Richard Fitzgerald; whilst under instruction by Governor Lauchlan Macquarie.
The Flying Horse Bar and Brewery opened in July 2008. The site was previously a service station and caravan park named "The Flying Horse Inn". The Flying Horse component was linked to the red pegusus horse which was and still is the mobil logo. The group decided to keep the "The Flying Horse" branding as locals had known the site as such for some 65 Years.
The Flying Horse Bar and Brewery is a unique venue. It caters for varying clientel as expressed throughout the website. The aim of the business is to service local customers and tourist alike with a unique and rewarding hospitality experience. The venue ceased brewing on premise in February 2012. It continues to offer it's 2 signature and awarded brews, Whale Ale & Dirty Angel as well as other commercial offerings on tap.
The original hotel was named ‘Maid of Australia Inn’, commissioned by Govenor Bligh, built around 1811 and located at 87 Bathurst Street, Pitt Town, right across the street from the existing pub.
Nothing is known of what happened to the old pub, however the existing building was constructed in 1825 and kept the name ‘Maid of Australia Inn’, the name was changed to ‘Bird in Hand Inn’ around 1896. The Bird in Hand Inn was extended in 1987 to accommodate a kitchen, dining areas and out door areas.
With its gilded mirrors, antique furnishings, textured wallpaper, pressed metal ceilings and velvet drapery, Back Bar smacks of the opulence of yesteryear.
The delicious interior makes for a relaxing drinkery where the dulled lighting and music promote a cosy, conversation-based vibe. The patrons are therefore a chilled-out bunch of twenty and thirty-somethings rather than an excited throng of teenagers wanting to dance.
The Fitzroy Hotel was first established in 1853 and holds the longest continuing licence in the Hawkesbury.
The licence is held by Rebecca Perry & Troy Mifsud who started operations in early 2005.
With stage 1 complete and stage 2 now underway in renovations, The Fitzroy Hotel is fast becoming the No. 1 venue in The Hawkesbury region.
In 2006 The Fitzoy Hotel won many awards including
* Winner for Best Hotel/Bottleshop/Bar (Hawkesbury Independent Local Business Awards 2006)
* Winner for Outstanding New Business (Hawkesbury Excellence In Business Awards 2006)
* Finalist for Best Hotel (Champion Of Champions 2006)
If your looking for a great night out with friends, or even a quiet dinner with the family, The Fitzroy Hotel caters to many and at an affordable price!
Stir Crazy Noodle Bars represent a great alternative to the fast food options available today containing high levels of processed food, preservatives and saturated fats. Food that is fresh, fast, healthy, and tastes great has formed the basis for our motto healthy eating - healthy living™.
We have a system called the Stir Crazy 3 Step Menu. Step 1 Choose from a variety of fresh noodle types Step 2 Select your cooking style and Step 3 Select your fresh ingredients to create your very own personal stirfry meal. Our specials menu means exactly that, we have some customer favourites on there which have become well known for being the best around. Noodles, vegetables, meats and other produce are delivered from Australian growers and suppliers daily ensuring we are using fresh quality produce at all times. No pre-cooking takes place for any produce as the kitchen team for each store prepares and displays the fresh produce in our chilled display units everday for customers to view and select from. Our restaurants offer the ability for customers to see all kitchen operations, to feel confident in the product and preparation process. Order, then watch our staff select, create and cook your meal in the flaming wok.
Restaurant 22 is based in Windsor. We serve Modern Australia cuisine.
We have an a la carte menu as well as specials for lunch and dinner.
Tapas means eating small portions of many dishes and sharing them with your friends and or family a great way to spend a long lunch or pass the time away over a long and leisurely dinner.
Serving traditional Spanish cuisine which includes the likes of Jamon Serrano, Spanish Tortilla, and Chorizo Sausage and with the lay back style which is Tapas eating it has brought a unique approach to eating out. The response from the locals has been wonderful says Owner and Head Chef Sally Fernandez, everyone has been very supportive and if the first few weeks are any indication Delishus will become one of the eating destinations in the Hawkesbury.
Biviano’s is an Italian and Seafood Restaurant located in the heart of Windsor NSW in an (1840) heritage building, which was first erected as a merchants cottage and is believed, for most of the buildings later life, was used as a doctors house.
Anthony Biviano has been cooking full time since the age of 16, coming from a strong family background in the restaurant industry.
Kylie and Anthony met while Kylie undertook her chefs’ apprenticeship working for Anthony’s father at his restaurant in western Sydney.
In 2004, Anthony and Kylie together, undertook the huge task of refurbishing the old historical building and turning it into the very successful restaurant and business it is today.
North Richmond has a new Chinese Restaurant called "River Orchid". Everyone is talking about the fresh flavours and range of fresh seafood available.
The elegant restaurant is is owned by Chef, Michael Li (Pictured left) who has had ove 16 years experience in the industry being the former owner of a successful restaurant in Camden where he and his wife, Suzi built up a great reputation for superb food and service.
Michael has developed a style of Cantonese and Szechuan cooking usually only found in major cities, Michael describes his creations as an innovative blend of traditional and modern dishes.
The River Orchid, has a range of fresh live seafoods such as lobster and crab to choose from as well as an extensive range of traditional dishes which make the menu a real dining experience, sweet, spicy or mild, there is something for every taste.
If you want a special dish and you don't see it on the menu then just ask and Michael will arrange to have it prepares for you.
You can dine in the restaurant or order take away but whichever you choose, you are guaranteed satisfaction at the River Orchid Chinese Restaurant.
Little Big Horn Restaurant at RG's serves modern Australian cuisine in three distinctly different settings. Choose to dine in the spacious restaurant, the airy courtyard or the lively lounge bar. Unlike your typical bistro in a hotel, Little Big Horn delivers prompt table service, experienced and friendly wait staff, and a quality menu selection.
Stock Bar & Grill is the kid on the block in Richmond. Located in Hawkesbury just outside of the market place shopping centre is a fully refurbished modern styled restaurant with outside and inside dinning, holding a mixture of event like cocktails night through to live entertainment.
Stock Bar & Grill is a family friendly steakhouse that caters for all dietary requirements and all functions ranging through to Birthdays, meetings and events. Specific menus like banquet, buffet and set menus are available on request. Come down and check it out....
Lynwood Country Club is situated at Pitt Town which is one of the five historic towns established by Governor Macquarie in 1810. It is located about 50 kilometres north west of Sydney.
Lynwood takes its name from historic Lynwood House, a colonial style house built circa 1814 and is located on the course property.
The 18 hole golf course is set on 230 undulating acres. It was designed by Graham Papworth, President of the Australian Golf Course Architects Association. The links style 6400 metres, 72 par layout takes advantage of many natural features, including undulations, wetlands and natural rough.
The course boasts a truly magnificent driving range, a practice green and short game range incorporating greens and bunker facilities.
Most tees and greens are visible from the colonial style clubhouse veranda with sweeping panoramic views to the Blue Mountains as a backdrop.
The Hawkesbury Valley is one of the oldest Australian settlements and first explored by Governor Phillip in 1789.
The Hawkesbury racing pioneers fashioned a race course from 200 acres of virgin bush land in 1865 which led to the first race meeting being conducted on the course in 1871.
This racecourse has been in continuous use for over 135 years.
The beauty of the race track, set to the backdrop of the Blue Mountains and the grandstand showcasing the scenic panorama of the Grose Valley, is a true testament of foresight of the racing pioneers.