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Pub Guide: Middle Pub Mullumbimby

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The Middle Pub Mullumbimby
Great value and fresh ideas at the Middle.

Extensive menu, great value

The Middle Pub has all the stuff of any upright local hotel. Take yourself into the dining areas and polished floors and smart fittings come with the meal. A staple in Mullum town since 1904, the place has history along with its very well-priced menu. Eat on the balcony upstairs for a treat.

Dining room: Smart casual; bistro style; inside/outside (upstairs balcony)
Menu: Classic pub/modern touch
Specials: Daily blackboard specials $10; soups; $20–$25 daily dishes
Pricing: Light meals/kids $6–$10; All mains $15
Draw: 25 menu items at $15; bistro-style walk-in dining; kids/family friendly; upstairs balcony, accommodation
Open: 7 days for lunch 11.30am–2.30pm, dinner 5.30–8.30pm
Address: 46 Burringbar St, Mullumbimby
Contact: 02 6684 3229
Web: www.themiddlepub.com.au


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