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Comfortable and fun is an integral part of the overall experience at the Royal Derby Hotel, and we do take our pub seriously! When we went about redesigning the Royal Derby Hotel it was important to keep it simple but toensure all the boxes were ticked when it came to the overall experience.The pub has a little something for everyone, large beer garden to settle into a long afternoon session with your friends, large screen TV's perfect for live sports, live entertainment, Cold beer and a TAB.
Melbourne's Premier Sports BarLocated at 131 Queen St, Melbourne. Turf has everything you need to enjoy a great night out. Quality chargrill steaks, pizzas, traditional pub menu & an extensive beer & wine offer. Two big screens, plasmas all over the venue, advanced surround sound, pool tables. This an awesome place to watch sport or meet friends for a drink or meal.
Boasting a large outdoor terrace & unique design, Southside Social is the Peninsulas newest hotspot specialising in American gourmet burgers, fancy fries, spiked shakes!
A sister venue to the Peninsula’s Southside Social set in the heart of Chapel Street, Windsor. Southside Central will have all the favourites from the Peninsula location and is spread across two levels with an outdoor rooftop.
29th apartment is a re-creation of an apartment originally inhabited by the infamous Katishe: a salacious struggling artist who worked the local streets by night to support her passion and hopes of one day being discovered for her talents as a painter. A little after the time Jack Kerouac and Sid Vicious rented rundown rooms at New York City’s Chelsea Hotel, Katishe created her own slice of NYC at 29th apartment. When this gorgeous eccentric walked the dangerous streets at night and brought the rough and tumble men and women back to her place, none of her clients expected the maze of abstract oil paintings that stacked the walls. Fixated with the underground art and cultural movement that Andy Warhol had championed (and perhaps used to being up all night with her trade), most of Katishe’s paintings tell stories from the streets of NYC, the city that never sleeps. Since her mysterious disappearance in the early 80s, 29th apartment has only existed as a memory until 2009 when the current owners of the bar found her self-portrait, ‘Katishe’ as well as remnants of her personal life that are thought to have been part of her night time craft. Paying homage to this hard-working woman, the new owners re-imagined 29 Fitzroy Street as a bar and casual art gallery. With a fish tank that houses a now water-discoloured dildo in the cute bedroom, a decal of a back alleyway that leads to the toilets and a bookcase full of Katishe’s literary inspiration, 29th apartment brings the underbelly of St Kilda and New York together in a blend that can only be understood by taking a look into the heart of Katishe. 29th apartment welcomes you to ring its buzzer and enter into the comfy lounge room for a night of NYC inspired artwork, music, food and beverages.
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