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Pub Guide: Federal Hotel Alstonville

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Classic pub grub, relaxed atmosphere – Federal Hotel Alstonville

New classics, familiar seats

‘The Fed’, as this Hotel is affectionately called, is Alstonville’s iconic Federal Hotel and has welcomed locals and tourists alike for more than 100 years. More than a favourite watering-hole, The Fed is a local institution; a place where you’ll be eating in a relaxed no-frills atmosphere.

Dining room: Family oriented
Menu: Classic pub/modern touch
Specials: Daily blackboard specials $15–$25
Pricing: Light meals/kids $5–$12 (kids meal incl ice cream & soft drink); Mains $17–$28
Draw: Comfortable, come as you are, relaxed with no airs
Open: 7 days for lunch (12–2pm), Sun–Tues for dinner 6–8pm, Wed–Sat dinner 6–9pm
Address: 77 Main Street, Alstonville
Contact: 6628 0719
Web: www.thefedhotel.com.au

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