Young and Jackson Hotel, Melbourne

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MELBOURNE | Young and Jackson Hotel in Melbourne’s CBD is one of the city’s most famous pubs. It’s been serving beer to Melburnians and visitors who alight at Flinders Street Station since the 1850, when it was known as The Princes Bridge Hotel.

Today the bar draws a mixed crowd, and retains its impressive interior with a range of areas to suit all types. Downstairs in the main bar an boisterous crowd is attracted to the sports and closest bar to the entrance, while the rear bar features 30 beers and ciders on tap, including several craft brews from Australia and around the world. Head upstairs, and you’re greeted with a beautiful old fashioned cocktail bar, while further up leads to the rooftop cider bar.

When it comes to food its casual pub grub downstairs and more refined dining upstairs. Interesting fact – the infamous Chloe painting, painted by Jules Lefebvre in 1875, and very controversial at the time, can be found hanging at the Saloon Bar and was recently valued at $5m.

A lot of people avoid Young & Jackson because of certain elements that are attracted to the venue but pay a visit next time you’re in the area, and you might just be pleasantly surprised.

Young & Jackson Hotel

Cnr Swanston and Flinders Streets
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9650 3884
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: https://www.youngandjacksons.com.au/

Open
Mon – Sun: 10:00am to late

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