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The Brown Cow is located in Bayside, Hampton, a two-minute walk from Hampton Station and approximately 500 metres from Hampton Beach.
Located at the bottom end of Hampton Street, the Cow is perfectly situated to grab a bite to eat, catch up with friends, or chill out after walking the shops of Hampton Street. The Cow is the place to be during summer. Our large deck area, which overlooks Hampton Street, allows you to eat, drink and be merry, whilst enjoying some rays. Whether it is food, drinks or just a coffee you're after, the Cow is the place to sit down and relax.
For a touch of Irish tradition, comfort and a great selection of local and international beers, O'Sullivan's Sibeen is the perfect place to catch up with friends for a drink, a laugh and great food. O'Sullivan's is the heart of social activity in Essendon. Here at O'Sullivan's we pride ourselves on being able to cater for any function. We have three terrific function rooms to suit every occasion.
Come to the Swan Hotel, try the new menu, have a cold beer and watch the footy. Celebrating a milestone? Or just having a party because you can?
Our upstairs function room with fantastic views of Melbourne's skyline is just the place for your next function or party. Our Beer Garden is also a great place to catch up with friends and the bistro is a fantastic place for a family meal. The Swan Hotel is a land mark, built back in 1890. Today the Swan offers a great deal more.
Come in a try a great beer from the tap or a glass of wine in front of the fire. In the summer months sit outside with your friends and enjoy the courtyard. The food is as good as Melbourne's Pub's get. The new Management knows the importance of serving good food, wine and beer. The Management has been in Richmond pubs for many years now and understands what there customers want.
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Syracuse exists for the wine, and the menu is designed around this concept with dishes to match. If you appreciate fine wine, or wish try something rare head here. The surroundings match too, with beautifully ornate ceilings, and mixed-up furniture giving the impression of an old, discreet gentleman's club.
The interesting upstairs-downstairs space that used to be Zukini has blossomed into this equally interesting restaurant/bar combo.
Upstairs, along with the food, is the spectacle of 300 light bulbs adorning the ceiling (fortunately, not all switched on at once).
In the luxurious basement is the bar, a cosy venue perfect for a civilised drink.
There's a tidy wine list, some nice bottled beers and good cocktails.
Sophistication is apparent in everything owners Jose and Sandra De Oliveira touch. They cleverly transformed their first five old treasures into elegant multi award winning hotels, that people naturally gravitate towards.
Jose and Sandra developed their formidable style across thirty years and along the way they gathered a passion for the Mediterranean - a style that has become synonymous with the De Oliveira name and the smartest hotels around Melbourne.
If you haven't been into the brewery yet, we open up the roller door on Friday nights and serve our hand-crafted ales right in amongst the tanks in which the beer is made. Drop in any time after , and yes, we do stock spirits, wines and soft drinks as well. Our beers are hand crafted from pure
Batifoler means 'to romp or to lark about; to flirt'- appropriate descriptors of this cheerful suburban bistro. Quality, well-priced Gallic classics are prepared and served by an all-French staff, encouraging diners to pull out their dodgy high school French in order to completely capture the French experience. The dishes have a predominantly hearty provincial flavour, with occasional Mediterranean notes from France's southern neighbours.