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Pub Guide: Hotel Brunswick

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The Hotel Brunswick
The Hotel Brunswick: generously plated meals.

A classic Aussie family pub

This 1940s Art Deco-style pub is a local favourite for many. A huge seating area is flanked by choice in food, beverages and out-staged entertainment. For kids, teens and the entire family it’s wholly complete. The classic pub grub is alive and well: generously plated meals, specials, a la carte, coffee, cake and dessert. The Hotel Brunswick also has quality wine on tap.

Dining room: Comfortable and plentiful furnishings, casual, inside/outside
Menu: Classic/generous; crispy crust pizzas 3pm till midnight; cake fridge; fresh juices
Specials: Seasonal daily blackboard menu with an emphasis on local produce
Pricing: Light meals/kids $10-$13; Pizza $19–$22; Mains $12–$26
Draw: Wine on tap; walk-in dining; kids/family friendly; plenty of seating; entertainment Thurs–Sun; accommodation for staycations, rooms with views to the river
Address: 2-10 Mullumbimbi Street, Brunswick Heads
Contact: 6685 1236
Web: www.hotelbrunswick.com.au

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