UHB is getting everything right from the great draught beer, interesting food priced perfectly, and a feel that encourages families to come and share a communal venue.
The bar is old fashioned, straight out of the 60’s, and is easy to sit at while completing your cryptic – at least 3 people were attempting a palindrome in Eden (answer: Eve, the only cryptic clue I have solved) as the recorded music played in the background.
A small stage for live music, a regular feature at the Union, a smaller ante room (space for 10 or so to dine) a larger dining room for the masses, with sufficient kitsch dotted around the pub sets it up comfortably.
The beer garden is smallish, with shed like shelter. Table service, yep, and that inexact component of hospitality – ambience – is in abundance.
The food, a mix of traditional, with a surprise or two. All tastes are catered for, with mains priced in the high teens-low 20s.
Yakitori, chicken skewers barbecued right in front of you, is one of the most popular restaurant and bar foods in Japan. It can be an ideal snack between a cold beer or two.
Eaten in combination with other items from our menu, including barbecued seafood and vegetables and a variety of salads and pickles, Yakitori can become a substantial and healthy meal. Yakitori is traditionally ordered in numerous small portions during a meal, much in the style of Spanish tapas.
The bar offers you a variety of beverages including draft and bottled beers, spirits, sake (Japanese rice wine) and shochu, a medium strength liquor, which is served with freshly squeezed fruit juice.
It’s hard not to have a good time with good quality, innovative food and a few drinks. With its unique and relaxing atmosphere, and friendly staff, we are sure that Iku Yakitori can become a favoured dining experience for any occasion.
The Mentone Hotel is an iconic dining and entertainment venue located on Beach Road.
With views stretching along the coast and out to Port Phillip Bay, the Mentone is perfectly located for a relaxed catch-up with friends, to see a live music act or enjoy a meal in our dining room.
The Mentone Hotel is open seven days a week and offers a well-stocked bottle shop. It has several purpose built function spaces, a contemporary outdoor dining space and a dynamic live entertainment calendar.
Syracuse Restaurant & Wine bar conveniently located in between Collins St and Little Collins St. Bank Place is one of Melbourne’s famous laneways and is a tree lined pedestrian thoroughfare. Our open dining room seats 70 people and our alfresco option is a lush outdoor seating area for up to 16 people.
Our dining room evokes a wholly other time and place. The ornate archways, soaring ceilings and curving chandeliers of a 19th century hotel lobby create a stunning impression of grandeur, though soft lighting and an assortment of antique tables and chairs keep the mood romantic and welcoming. Wine bottles displayed in various nooks and crannies hint at Syracuses vast and varied wine selection, which the food menu is designed to match.
A popular bistro, Comme Kitchen is open for lunch and dinner and offers a range of exciting French Bistro style dishes prepared by Executive Chef Daniel Southern.
Comme Bar features large communal tables and luxurious shared ottomans, a dedicated focus on premium wines from around the world and a delicious bar menu. It’s the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a relaxed drink with friends.
Upstairs at Comme, two separate and flexible rooms provide an elegant space for private dinners, cocktail parties, weddings and other special celebrations.
Established as the Royal Terminus Hotel in the 1840′s, Milanos Tavern remains one of Brighton’s oldest landmarks.
The ground level offers a Bistro, alfresco courtyard and function/event room, while the 2nd level also has a function/events room, as well as a terrace with fantastic views of the bay.
Milanos Courtyard comes alive in summer with many enjoying the outdoors and warm sunshine. It is one of Melbourne’s best situated alfresco eateries, with panoramic views across Port Phillip Bay and beyond. It is the perfect place to eat, drink and relax with family and friends
Brighton’s Marine Hotel.Relax in the redBAR with a bar meal while socialising with friends and watching moment-by-moment sporting action on one of our 5 plasma screens.
If you have an upcoming event why not hire out the RedBAR or the Function Room & Courtyard for FREE!
The Marine Grill Restaurant is open for Lunch & Dinner 7 days a week, offering fine and seasonal food that will tantalize your tastebuds.
Half Moon boasts one of Melbourne’s finest and extensive lists of wines by the glass and craft beers from around the globe plus exceptional all day dining. You will be spoiled for choice with our extraordinary variety and premium quality, honest pub food made using only the freshest and finest seasonal produce. Choose from lunch and dinner, kid’s meals and bar snacks menus all in a vibrant and relaxed environment.
Half Moon – Brighton’s Pub. The dramatically improved pub now boasts six drinking and dining spaces over 2 levels. The mix of indoor and outdoor areas are all interconnected by a stunning new timber staircase and an open walkway that makes it the perfect environment for all your drinking, dining, socializing, party and function needs through all seasons.
The sister bar to mothers in Chapel St, it offers pretty much the same deal, except in a more refined way which is fitting for a bar in the Heart of Brighton. Big bi-fold doors that open the entire front of the bar greet you with leather Couches and a cosy fire.
There is a middle lounge with it own fire that’s perfect for groups up to 20 people and out the back is an Open Air Deck bar that is an all weather area that is Heated., Toasty warm in winter and also perfect on those balmy summer nights, there’s space for 50 of your closest friends to shoot the breeze a sip a few Gin & Tonics or to enjoy a Becks on Tap, Brighton is open from 5pm everyday and is open till 1am on the weekends.
Located in cruisey Carlisle Street you will find a Moroccan-inspired oasis where laidback locals drop in for a quick drink or settle in for a long night of wine & cocktails and bar food.
Cricketers Arms lager pints only $6, between 4-6 pm & 7 days.
The Beach’, is a great place to socialize with friends, or entertain your key clients and colleagues. The Beach is ideally located on the corner of Beaconsfield Parade and Victoria Avenue and offers picturesque unspoilt views of Port Phillip Bay from a stylish, relaxed and comfortable environment.
Downstairs, the spacious bar and lounge areas ooze ultra-modern décor and class. Furnished with designer chairs and couches you would expect to see in a New York apartment, the bars are surrounded by floor to ceiling doors which open out to Albert Park Beach as well as a beautifully landscaped private courtyard.
With its neutral green and white exterior, the Park Hotel comes across as an inviting local watering hole – easy on the eyes, and from what I was about to discover, easy on the taste buds as well.
The front bar is nothing to phone home to mum about. It’s just your classic, small-ish, social drinking area, main bar to one side, and some bar stools and round pub tables.
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Ambiance is everything, and this place has it in spades. Groovy music a cozy warm wintery spot to mellow, eat nice food and drink coffee by the Yarra. The coffee is a good strong blend too so that suits the lovers of good strong coffee, heres looking at you middles east and italians, croations and greeks.
The Retreat Hotel kitchen produces a combination of comfort food favourites and more contemporary dishes with an emphasis on freshness and value for money.
We attempt to cater for all food allergies and there is a selection of meals and desserts which are gluten free.