Friends invited us to this place based on a review they'd read that classed the chicken parmigiana as Melbourne's "second best". When we found it, we were all a little taken aback by its, shall we say tired appearance. But we went in and sat at the front bar for a beer, and found that rather than shabby, the Town Hall is just filled with character. Sure, the record covers on the wall are old, but they're funny and fascinating, and genuine.
We moved into the beer garden to order lunch, periodically heading back to the bar to get fresh drinks. Order lunch at the bar as well, and pay for it there and then - quaint but no big deal. The food took a long time to arrive, considering the deartyh of other customers, but when it did it was awesome. Massive serves, great taste, fresh. Can't get better than that.
We rolled out of there about 4.30pm very pleased with ourselves and our day at the Town Hall.
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