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The Northcote Social Club is the venue for all your live entertainment. With top artists performing every week this is the place to be for a huge night. You can also come into the Northcote Social Club for a scrumptious meal, dine in with the family or have a quick bite in the bistro before meeting up with friends for a quiet drink or a pre dink before seeing one of the great live acts.
The Albion Charles Hotel offers great food, great beer and great staff. Drop in for a cold one and meet our friendly staff, bring in the family for a delicious meal or play a game of pool in the sports bar with your mates. The Albion Charles Hotel is great family pub.
This Northcote destination serves up vinos, cocktails and tapas in a smooth retro-styled setting. Explore the beer garden out the back.
303 exists at 303 High St Northcote. It's been happily existing there for the last 6 years or so. That's way back when there were more second hand furniture and vacuum retailers on High St than pizza shops and night spots.
Ever since its inception, 303 has supported the live music scene, since that's what its inception was all about. A quality, no frills venue, that gives musicians and artists a place to be seen, heard and talked over the top of.
The Front Bar - a glassy-fronted space, with a long curving wooden bar, loads of tables and chairs and a small stage to fit your acoustic and jazz acts. Sometimes we clear the whole space there, chuck a DJ up front, and throw drinks at you while you spin past, dancing like a person possessed. But mostly it's just a nice place to have a sit and share a bottle of vino, down a becks or sip on a chai
The Peacock was built in 1854 by Horace and Edwin Bastings. The following year they sold it to the 21-year-old George Plant. Plant was to become synonymous with the Peacock, holding the license until his death in 1895. His widow, Catherine then took over the hotel license until 1910.
Today we strive to provide the very best and friendly service to our customers by going beyond customer expectations and doing that little bit extra to make a positive impact on your experience. At The Peacock, we pride ourselves on our great food and wine, prompt service and warm and friendly staff. Our desire is to make your visit a memorable one every time you visit us.