Pub Restaurants Adelaide
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Adelaide has some of the best Pub dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best Pub Restaurants in Adelaide.
Overlooking the parklands on Barton Terrace, with lots of free parking, The Caledonian Hotel has become one of Adelaide's leading establishments. With crisp, neat and cleanly defined décor this modern pub has an award winning, contemporary, upmarket dining room "Barton's Restaurant" focusing on stylish, fresh produce and a casual café, beer garden and a lively open bar. We are sure to fulfill your needs for a quick bite, a 3 course meal or a corporate function. Our sophisticated beer garden and courtyard is incredibly popular. With closing roof, large sliding glass doors, heaters, open fire places and air conditioning it is pefect for functions all year round. It is ideally suited to smart engagement parties, 21st birthdays, corporate events and weddings. We also have a number of private dining rooms suiting from 8 to 80 guests. Ideal for small weddings, corporate events, hens nights, birthdays. There is an extensive range of menus available.
Republic, on the prominent corner of Osmond Terrace and Magill Road, Norwood, will be launching in December 2013. At the heart of the hotel will be quality rustic food and an eclectic and ever-changing drinks list. This unique new venue will offer a contemporary and inviting space with design features not seen before in the Adelaide hotel market.
P.J. O'Brien's Irish Pub
There's something for everyone at P.J.O'Brien's Irish Pub in Adelaide, Live Bands, DJs, Music Trivia, traditional Irish fare, quality pub food, pizzas and the best tasting Guinness in town. Located in the heart of the Old East End Market Precinct just a stones throw away from Rundle Street come and discover the 'Craic' that everyone talks about and visit a truly authentic Irish Pub.