Long-standing tap watering hole with Guinness, oyster bar and frequent Irish music gigs. P.J.O’Brien’s is one of Melbourne’s longest standing authentic Irish pubs and a popular spot for locals and tourists. Whether you’re looking for a quiet beer, a soothing meal, after-work drinks served with freshly chopped oysters or all of the above with live music every night.
Address: Southgate, G14 / 15 / 16/3 Southgate Ave, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia
Old-school joint offering barbecues and local beers, with 3 large screens and private booths. Turf is beautifully decorated like a typical Australian venue with private tables, a large bar and restaurant and four separate meeting rooms available for hire.
With a standard pub menu, wide screens and private screening rooms, this central city venue is ideal for corporate meetings, birthday parties and private events with the capacity to host small groups of 6 right up to an exclusive location for 400 guests.
Address: 131 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
The Oak Tree Tavern Melbourne
The Oak Tree Tavern Bar and Restaurant is a great place to visit. The food was great and the service was great and the atmosphere was great!!! A lot of parking! A simple, well-balanced menu and a good choice. The mighty band that played that night called the Maynards. Must book if you plan to have dinner then stay for the music.
Address: 1/367 Forest Rd, The Basin VIC 3154, Australia
Hophaus Euro Bar Bistro Southbank
With food and beer tasting specials offered for both lunch and dinner throughout the week, you will find Hophaus is the perfect destination for after-work drinks and casual dining.
Address: Southgate Restaurant & Shopping Precinct, Southbank VIC 3006
The Cross St Kilda Southbank
The newest venue in St Kilda for a quality meal, a beer after work or a meeting place for friends to catch up. A little bit of Scotland, a whole lot of Melbourne.
Address: 14 Fitzroy St, St Kilda VIC 3182, Australia
Like this, Read this: Gay and Lesbian-friendly Suburbs in Melbourne