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town hall hotel

 

The Town Hall Hotel in North Melbourne. Photo: Marleena Forward

 
Tucked away in North Melbourne’s very cute Errol Street is the Town Hall Hotel, an unassuming little pub that gets a lot of things right.

The front bar is suitably dingy for a casual drink — a very casual drink. As the Town Hall’s own website says, you’ll feel right at home here ‘if you’re the kind of person who feels uncomfortable in the foyer of the Hilton, but not self-conscious about a gravy stain on your collar’.

Wander around the back and you’ll find a great little beer garden — a lovely spot for a quiet beer or an al fresco meal in summer. But it’s the Town Hall’s central dining area that particularly tickles my fancy. It’s cosy, intimate and shabby enough to put you at ease. An open fire burns in winter and there’s always a tea-light candle on every table, lending just a touch of romance. The food here is generally pretty good, with main meals mostly around the $15–$20 mark.

A great choice for a hearty pub meal on a chilly winter’s night.

 
Town Hall Hotel

Address: 33 Errol St, North Melbourne 3051

Tel: 9328-1983

Opening hours: 4pm–1am Monday to Thursday, 12pm–1am Friday and Saturday, 12pm–11pm Sunday

33 Errol St, North Melbourne VIC 3051

 
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2 Comments

  1. pete says

    Great photo Marleena! Sounds like the kind of place I’d like. An old fashioned pub in the city, not many of them around…

    • the melbourne local says

      Thanks Pete. Yeah, it’s a lovely little place. You should give it a go.

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