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The food is good, the staff friendly and they serve drinks and food until late. And once they know you, the staff greet you by name.
Ten classic Australian pub foodsThe classic combo of pub burger and beer at the East Village Hotel in Balmain. Photo: Steven Siewert
The Australia pub menu is a marvellous thing. Reliable, well-priced and comfortingly familiar no matter which watering hole in the country you find yourself in.
Some counter meals have largely left us over the decades - lamb's fry has been replaced by chicken wings, the pork slider is the new prawn cocktail. However, many dishes are still at the bar, regardless of whether they need a taxi called or not.
Hoops of deep-fried, breaded calamari were on every pub menu in the 1980s. At most city pubs the reconstituted rubber ring has been replaced by its posh relative, salt-and-pepper squid.
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We had lunch here whilst staying with family in Springfield Lakes. It's a pleasant place with comfy tables and leather couches. We ate indoors because of the cooler day.
The process of ordering and service was excellent. We ordered fish and chips a Caesar Salad and a Burger and all meals were great for pub food. Washed down with a couple of local beers it made for a pleasant lunch time experience.
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Further to my review on 21/04/18, the tavern rang apologised and offered me a voucher to try the tavern again, gave them my name address etc.
SIX WEEKS later still no voucher, very shabby not at all impressed
Eight of us went out for dinner. One kids meal was requested without cheese, it came with cheese and couldn’t be replaced cos they had ran out of spaghetti bog. Seven of the meals came out, six with ridiculous amounts of salt on the chips, the seventh was sent back as it was too salty to eat. The eighth meal was brought out twenty minutes after everyone else’s. Not impressed at all, very disappointing. Spent over $100 not happy
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A very friendly host welcomed us without a booking and the restaurant was quite full. The food was quick to arrive even though they were busy and very hearty sized too. Good value, honest pub grub. The open fire was a welcome spot to sit after our meals as it was quite chilly outside.
How good is a hearty meal in a pub on a wintery day! Glad you enjoyed everything :)
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The tavern has a very local feel to it and seems like a family run affair. They do have slot machines, pool table and the works though. Pretty big overall with a huge bar area and a small restaurant. Seemed it is mainly frequented by the locals and a good way to get a feel of the local culture.
We didn't have much hopes but were very happy with the options on offer. The flatbread we ordered for antipasti turned out to be a pizza itself! Pizza and pesto pasta were yum. Plenty of wines were on offer and the house wine was cheap but crisp. The owner was very friendly and gave us huge servings just to taste the wines - we almost didn't order a wine )
Very light on the pocket, this is definitely a good dinner place if you are in the Barossa Valley.
27 Devon pubs with great beer gardens we can enjoy again
Devon gets the best of the sunshine and also has amazing pubs with seafront terraces, rural outdoor spaces and good old-fashioned beer gardens.
It&aposs been a tough few months for our locals, having to close their doors (and outside spaces) due to the coronavirus lockdown.
But now many of them are back - and on sunny weekends their gardens are the safest and most enjoyable places to be.
Here are some of the best Devon has to offer.
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The Ship Inn
One of the best places to appreciate a great Devon sunset is The Ship at Teignmouth.
Located on the back beach, The Ship Inn is a popular location for residents and holidaymakers all year round.
It has a beach front terrace and it&aposs famous for its live music nights.
Address: Queen St, Teignmouth TQ14 8BY
The Turf is one of the very few pubs in the country which cannot be reached by car (but you can walk or cycle there so it&aposs a great place for social distancing exercise).
Opening times will be dependant on the weather.
Address: The Turf Hotel, Exeter, Devon EX6 8EE
This popular sports bar with a terrace looking out to sea is a great place to go on a sunny day.
You can sit back and relax while looking out at Torquay seafront.
And if you get peckish they also serve a selection of dishes ranging from sandwiches, burgers and steaks.
Address: Shedden Hill Rd, Torquay TQ2 5TY
The Thatched Inn
The Thatched Inn is a traditional historic pub situated in the small village of Abbotsham.
Formerly a Tradesman pub, The Thatched Inn has been the heart of the local community for the past 400 years.
Ideally situated in the beautiful village, just minutes off the A39 and a stones throw away from Abbotsham Cliffs, the pub couldn’t be in a better location.
Set within its own picturesque walled gardens, The Thatched Inn really is a fine example of how a country Inn should be.
Get in touch: Call 01237 471321, visit the website or the Facebook page.
Find them: The Thatched Inn, Abbotsham, Devon, EX39 5BA
Famous for its massive stretch of lawned beer garden, this Wetherspoons pub is located on New North Road and is much-missed during lockdown. Luckily the Wetherspoons App means you don&apost have to go to the bar.
Address: New N Rd, Exeter EX4 4AH
Visto Lounge, Las Iguanas and Bistrot Pierre in Torquay
This trio of bars have the best views overlooking Torre Abbey sands on Torquay seafront with a long terrace on the promenade in front of the whole development. Since it was built it&aposs been a massive success for sightseers and locals who want to enjoy the sea air and have a drink.
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When you dine local, you want a restaurant with an inviting atmosphere, unbeatable food and an exceptional beer and wine menu. Local Kitchen & Bar in Billings, MT has all that and more. Our skilled staff can take care of your every need while serving incredible food in a unique pub setting.
Contact us now at (406) 534-8601 to book your reservation.
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Making your experience memorable
When you visit us, we want you to have an incredible experience filled with delicious food. Going out for a night on the town should start with an amazing, locally sourced dinner. We've cultivated a menu that highlights local food in all the best ways possible. As a local restaurant, we take local produce and make every dish in-house from scratch. When you stop by, you can try local beef, hand-rolled pasta or a fantastic wood-fired pizza.
We're a lunch, dinner and brunch restaurant with something for everyone to try. Check out our Lunch menu page now to see our new menu. Call us with any questions at (406) 534-8601!
Providing you with plenty of options
If you're looking for a great local restaurant that everyone will love, we're the place to be. Our extensive menus include the best of local produce and beef. We have a wide selection for our guests to choose from, including:
With so many menu options, everyone in your party will leave happy. We do our best to incorporate locally sourced food into each of our entrees, so you can be certain your food is fresh.
Call us today at (406) 534-8601 if you have any questions about our menus.
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Salt hill Pub is an ideal meeting place for friends and family, proudly owned and operated by brothers Joe and Josh Tuohy. We have been offering our blend of honest Irish-American inspired comfort food, affordable craft beers, good humor and live music since June 2003.
Salt hill is named for a neighborhood in Galway, home of our grandparents. Today, much of what we know about good food and good people comes from ‘Ma Tuohy.’ Stop by soon for inventive pub fare and some lively conversation and you’ll know what we mean when we say “Welcome to Salt hill.”
Joe and Josh have been offering their inspired blend of honest Irish-American comfort food, perfect pints, good humor and living music since June 2003 at the pub in Lebanon. In February 2007 we opened Salt hill Pub on Main Street in Newport, and our pub in Hanover followed, in February 2010. In December 2015 we re-opened the Shanty in Newbury, NH, and in spring 2017 we opened our fifth pub, in the former Seven Barrel Brewery in West Lebanon.
"I can't believe that I've never reviewed this place before. The food, alcohol, and service are all good. The side room with the fireplace is nice on a chilly night. The menu covers Irish favorites like Guinness stew, shepherd's pie, fish and chips, etc. but also have fish tacos, burgers, mussels, etc. Everything that I've eaten here has been good," wrote Yelp user Dia D.
"Ames is really stepping it up with this one! Not going to lie, finding a non-chain restaurant that isn't barbecue in Ames can be difficult. That being said I was very pleased with Dublin Bay. The atmosphere of Dublin bay is very chill and has plenty of seats. I especially enjoyed the local pub feel I got when walking in. It also isn't too crowded of a place so I've never had to wait to be seated. Your stomach will 100% enjoy the food! I've never been to Ireland so I can't say how authentic the food is but the menu is full of Irish dishes. The portion really depends on what you order. I ordered a lamb burger so the portion was a little small compared to the stew which was surprisingly big. Either way I still really enjoyed my meal," wrote Yelp user Abe C.
This great 13th century pub is right by the sea in Somerset
Sitting as in does right in the heart of Exmoor, surrounded by beautiful green fields and hills it faces right out to sea.
You can while the hours away watching the boats go by or children playing in the harbour and you are only down the road.
No long drives down narrow Devon or Cornwall lanes, this gem of a pub is right here in Somerset, not far from Bridgwater.
The Ship Inn, or Bottom Ship as it is known locally, in Porlock Weir is unique.
With its outdoor seating area and playground overlooking the sea you feel you are on holiday the moment you arrive.
We went on a lovely sunny day, everyone was outside enjoying delicious, home cooked meals and local beers while basking in the hot sun and sea air.
Manager Ringo Capp said: "It is so great to be open again, we have been really busy, as busy as summer, people are so supportive and happy to come out again, it is fantastic and going really well.
"It is such a lovely spot and we have lots of tables and chairs outside so we are able to manage well especially during the day when the weather is good.
"We are looking forward to opening up inside on May 17, we have been doing a lot of work during lockdown and the place is looking great with a fantastic new menu.
"We are all so grateful to be back," he said.
The Ship Inn is one of the oldest inns on Exmoor, with roaring log burners in the winter and a large outdoor seating area and children’s play area for the summer months.
Owners Royston and Caroline pride themselves on offering visitors hospitality in the manner of a traditional English country inn.
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The pub is running a reduced menu until they can open fully on May 17, but there are lots of pub classics like fish and chips, pies and Sunday roasts and there is a very impressive children&aposs menu.
The Bottom Ship is a historic 13th old coaching inn, with thatched roof and a fascinating maritime heritage, facing as it does right on to the sea which once was a busy harbour.
Nowadays the harbour plays host to moored fishing boats and yachts which glistened in the midday sun last week.
While Porlock is not a great swimming beach there are lots of activities including paddle boarding, mountain hiking and cycling which is popular in the area.
If you like, after your lunch at the inn wander down to the little harbour behind and visit the artisan shops in the old harbour buildings selling anything from local art, jewellery and pottery, and there are cafes and a shop selling famous Porlock oysters.
There is ample parking opposite and with the playground and beach it is the perfect place to take the family for a day out by the sea.
Booking is recommended if you want to eat at the pub, especially when the weather is fine.
Cead Mile Failte. A Hundred Thousand Welcomes. Our doors welcome you into the old world. In contrast with reputations in the lore of the Irish, our food is high priority. Fish & Chips, the classics and more than a few ringers for the worldly eaters. The craic is good. Come find a corner of the bar to lean up against, a snug to gather friends inside, or a lovely pub table to watch the world go by as you imbibe the finest pour.
Founded on December 17th, 1997, The Local celebrates over two decades of enduring loyalty and adoration for its many offerings, from a beautiful bar featuring a hand-carved back bar, numerous nooks and crannies for exchanging secrets, and ample space for telling flat-out lies. Celebrate the highs and the lows in our private event spaces.
Root for the home team in this large feeling, larger than life welcoming, joke telling, story creating, song singing, how’s-your-father asking place to make time stop. If you want to relax, it’s the grounded beauty on the other side of the bar you might try, where we offer a high dome, a sixteen foot high focal point, short snugs with tall ceilings, and cut glass reflecting the lighting of another era.
Once pouring the largest volume of Jameson Irish Whiskey in the world, the honor is ours to maintain. If it’s a pint of Guinness or Finnegan’s you want, it’s two or three you’ll find…our bar service and a newspaper, a plate of curry and always plenty of sport to watch.