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The Terminus Hotel is in North Fitzroy and on the border of Clifton Hill and Northcote and has established a fine reputation as a damn good local pub for the residents of all three of those suburbs.
The Terminus features 10 beers on tap plus a wide range of stubbies, specialising in beers from Australian (mainly Victorian) microbreweries. Many of the taps are guest taps and the menu changes weekly. It's always worth a visit to the Terminus just to see what's on tap.
But we don't just do beer.
Our Head Chef, Tim Fox, has an "Age Good Food Guide" Chef's Hat in his kit bag and while we hate the term "gastropub", the Terminus is certainly a notch above "pub food".
The Clifton Hill has been the meeting venue for Irish Emigrants since the 1960's. It was and still is the first port of call for those emigrants requiring employment and the smile from a friendly face. The pub has developed and extended since those early days. It now provides extensive entertainment to suit all patrons needs. The local pub atmosphere still remains today and can be experienced in any of the lounges or casual drinking areas. The owners pride themselves on the home away from home environment they have created for the clientele. The venue has entertainment five nights a week and the music ranges from original blues nights to Irish contemporary cover acts to international acts.
Umbrella-shaded seating beckons those who like to sink their beers outside. Sports buffs also appreciate the TV game coverage and the possibility of playing pool.