5 Great Melbourne Pubs for a winter lunch

5 Great Melbourne Pubs for a winter lunch

Melbourne is famous for being a wonderland for foodie lovers. However, what you might not know is that Melbourne pubs are right up there with some of the best in the world.

Pick up your cheap car rental at Melbourne Airport and consider having a drink and a hearty meal at one of these top Melbourne pubs.

The Napier Hotel

The Napier Hotel echoes the years since it was founded in 1866, with its stained glass windows and original high ceilings. It’s a great place to take your mates for a night out at an old-style pub. Enjoy a traditional menu with plenty of choice when it comes to hearty steaks and burgers. You can truly relax in this truly old-fashioned Aussie pub.

Mt View Hotel

Richmond’s award-winning hotel proudly describes itself as effortlessly merging “classic sports pub and crafty cocktails”. Mt View Hotel is just a short walk from Richmond’s sporting district, making it the perfect place to have a few celebratory drinks with fans after a major game. It’s also a great atmosphere where you can enjoy a top menu with hearty, classic pub food served year-round.

The Lincoln Hotel

Hop down to this fantastic pub, which is known for its lively atmosphere. This Carlton beauty is a historic pub which dates back to 1864. Today, it’s perfect for large groups wanting to watch a sports game while enjoying a delicious pub meal. It has all your favourites – from steak, bangers and mash and lamb all served up with fresh, seasonal produce. The pork and apple sausages with picked cabbage are a popular favourite.

The Palace Hotel

The Palace Hotel has many regulars, and for good reason. With its friendly atmosphere, it draws a crowd of all ages and people from all walks of life. It serves up simple, but mouth-watering traditional pub meals, including buffalo wings, parmas, steaks, curries and pies. You’re bound to uncover some of the best pub meals right here.


Brianna Piazza

Brianna Piazza

Brianna Piazza is an Australian television reporter and part-time travel blogger. Originally from Melbourne, she's currently living in Cairns where she works for WIN News and spends her weekends exploring the outdoors Far North Queensland.

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