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A Bite To Eat is an eclectic cafe found in the Canberra suburb of Chifley. Opened in 2004, the three time Delicious Magazine winner, has doubled in size from its original layout and boasts a character and style original to Canberra. The cafe has a large sunny courtyard, and couch area inside for relaxing.
The menu is full of wonderfully different food, with free range and organic products used where possible. All cakes are hand-made daily from scratch on-site. The cafe also uses Piazza Doro sustainable coffee, served up by our talented baristas.
Section 57 is one of Canberra’s most stylish, funky bars with a very cosmopolitan feel.
The beautiful sun-drenched courtyard is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink after work and comfortable lounges inside beckon those wanting a little more intimacy.
The bar offers an impressive array of wine, beer, spirits, ready-mixed drinks and cocktails. Great coffee and a delicious selection of made-to-order nibbles and snacks are also available.
On Friday nights renowned Canberra DJs Miles and Troy Wade pump out the beats from 8pm until late.
Section 57 also offers breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am – 1pm.
There are 4 sensational dining options including the Hellenic Bistro, Ginseng @Hellenic, the Hellenic Trattoria and the Hellenic Café which are all open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Along with a state of the art Gaming Lounge, Sports Bar with all TAB facilities, Function Facilities, a children’s play area, 8 bars, free live entertainment, the Hellenic Club features 3 sensational outdoor areas. With member’s badge draws, great shows, raffles and other incredible giveaways this is the place to be.
Established in 1976, the Soul Bar has long been part of Canberra’a pub scene, and today stands as the only pub still remaining in the Woden area.
The pub has recently undergone a change in management, and is now run by former professional footballer Alan Strachan and his family.
Well known in local football circles, Alan came to Canberra in 1988 to compete in the NSL, having previously played in the Scottish Football League with Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Arbroath. He also represented Scotland at schoolboy level.
Alan and his team have already brought the soul back to the bar, by creating a warm, friendly personable atmosphere that makes everyone welcome.
The Soul Bar has a comprehensive range of nine tap beers, which include Guiness, Kilkenny, Sparkling Coopers, Fat Yak, Carlton, XXXX, Peroni, Coopers, Resch’s and Bulmers Cider.
There is also a large range of bottled beers, and a fantastic collection of wines.
The Soul Bar really is a great place to relax, with a rear beer garden, rear atrium area, as well as an outdoor front area. There is also a pool table and a juke box. Traditionally the place to come and see live music, Alan is introducing live music again on friday evenings commencing 3/8/12.
The Soul Bar is located in the corner of Woden Square, diagonally across from the entrance to the Westfield Woden Shopping Centre.
Woden is the heart of the Canberra Southern Cross Club. It is where the Club was first founded and is the biggest venue of all six.
The recent addition of the state-of-the-art Events Centre has propelled it into a new league, making it a serious contender for the National Capital’s top conference and event venue. For years Woden’s main entertainment venue, Top of the Cross, has been providing the Canberra community with a constant line-up of quality, live entertainment. Woden also boasts three affordable quality restaurants, ranging from award-winning contemporary French cuisine to bistro fare and features two fantastic children’s play areas. Centrally located in the heart of Woden’s CBD, it provides members with plenty of secure, under-cover parking and a range of other great facilities.
Located on Liardet Street, just around the corner from Cooleman Court, Raiders Weston is a great meeting place for those living in the Weston Creek area. With plenty of free parking, including 6 disabled car spaces, you'll never need to worry about finding a convenient place to park.
With our state of the art bar, espresso coffee machine, gaming lounge and full Keno facilities, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Raiders Weston is committed to upholding the principles of Responsible Service of Alcohol and Responsible Conduct of Gaming to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all our patrons and visitors.
The Irish Club is one of the friendliest places in Canberra to relax with friends.
The Club was officially registered as an incorporated association in 1975 and in 1982 moved to its own premises at Oatley Court, Belconnen ACT. It moved to its present location at 6 Parkinson Street, Weston in 1986.
The Club has just been completely refurnished and looks great. Food Service is now done in-house and we are developing a new menu. The focus will be on pub-style food with a touch of Irish from our newly named, Molly Bloom's Kitchen, though we're also taking advantage of our Chef's expertise to include some great dishes from his Fijian homeland.
Our support of local sports and recreation groups, as well as Canberra's Irish organisations, shows our commitment to the wider community and to fostering Irish culture
Once you visit you will understand why the club is so popular. Its relaxed, welcoming atmosphere has an underlying "Irishness" which is hard to find anywhere else.
With a membership of over 6000 and growing, the club can offer great facilities and entertainment.
There's always something going on at the Canberra Irish Club.
Why not come and see for yourself.