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Back in 1886 the Emu Inn (better known as "The Emu") was condemned by the Police, and as a consequence a new look Orient Hotel opened. In 1937, the Orient became the Nepean, but to locals the hotel was always "The Emu" 1998 witnesses the transformation of this grand old hotel into a true Irish Pub, boasting all the traditions and authenticity of Ireland herself!
The unmistakable personality of the old and original bars, the pub doors and windows, memorabilia that dates hundred of years, even including a fishing boat that tackled the big ones! The Function Rooms are available for private parties, business and corporate events.
Sage At Glenbrook has been operating under new ownership since December 2008 and is fast growing as a popular destination to dine. Husband and Wife team David and Kimberley Verriere with their staff have tried to create an atmosphere that is relaxing and homely while still delivering a top class dining experience where their passion for food and service shines through.The team at Sage changes their menus regularly to keep tempting their customers with new flavours and delicious fresh produce.
Sage At Glenbrook is the perfect destination for your next night out, whether an intimate dinner for two or a group celebration.
The Spillway Restaurant at the Warragamba Workers and Sporting Club is an ideal place to stop when in the northern villages of Wollondilly.
It is conveniently located a gentle walk from the viewing platform for the mighty Warragamba Dam.
Groups and independent travellers will enjoy a visit to the club which offers a menu to suit all tastes and budgets.
Groups can pre-order from a set menu or a la carte on arrival.
Bookings are strongly recommend as this restaurant is very popular with locals and visitors alike.
Visitors welcome with lovely outdoor areas with bush views.
Facilities include a full bar, Tab and Keno.