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Was walking to Lygon St but discovered James Squire brewery! Lucky we did. Had the steak, which was beautiful. Chips were superb. Had a pot of their famous beer with it. Reasonably priced. Now I want to do all James Squire breweries in Oz!
Happy hour 4-7pm.. relaxed vibe. Able to sit outside and watch the world go by. After a day of exploring , a pint and catch up while resting the feet is possible here. Stones throw from where we were staying very convenient.
We went on a Saturday evening before the football the beer's were as good as usual at any of their venue's we sat outside and one of the staff came over while was at the bar and put the heater on a nice touch I...More
This is a pub with great beer. James Squire beer is available in many places of Australia and it is among the best for a medium size commercial brewery. The food was OK but not as well prepared as one would expect. The service was...More
Have eaten here many times years ago and dropped in for a sunday lunch the other day. It has gone downhill in the food dept. Service was great but not happy with spending over $100 for a crap lunch...really disappointed and will not be back.
Exploring the Docklands precinct and chose to lunch here. Enjoyed our beers and food. The Wagu beef sandwich was tasty but spoilt by the large amount of gristle. The Calamari was divine. The bar tender was most friendly and helpful and had recommended the sandwich,...More
Excellent location for admiring the waterfront while tucking into standard pub fare and watching sporting events on the large screens. We were fortunate to have full window views of the evening winter fireworks in warmth and comfort.
Sunday Night and the Restaurant was nearly empty, so easy to get a table.
We thought the food was nicely presented but over priced, however the staff were friendly and helpful.
The complimentary bottle of wine, because we stayed at the Grand Mercure (The Sebel)...More