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Quality and choice from two eateries – Richmond Hotel Lismore.
Quality and choice from two eateries – Richmond Hotel Lismore. Photo supplied

Two for lunch and two for tea

The Richmond Hotel in Lismore offers the hungry patron double the choice with two eateries – Lizzies and The Terrace Bistro. Locals describe the hotel as one of the best pubs in Lismore. John and Carol Quilkey have created a style and atmosphere that incorporates and enhances the good food and service.

Menu: classic pub/modern
Pricing – Terrace Bistro: Light meals/kids from $7/$12; Mains from $14
Pricing – Lizzies: Entrees $7.50–$28; Mains $18–$30
Draw: Two styles of eatery under one roof.
Open: 7 days Mon–Fri 11.30am–2.30pm, 5.30–9pm (Lizzies not open Sat Lunch or Sun evening); Terrace Bistro Sat 11.30am–2.30, 5.30–9pm, Sun 11.30–3pm
Address: 1/36 Woodlark St, Lismore
Contact: 02 6621 9098
Web: www.richmondhotel.com.au

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