The South Melbourne neighbourhood hotel has reopened under new owners.  With everything you could want from your local pub including hand-made pasta and curry nights plus all the AFL football you could want.

The Prickly Moses team responsible for the Great Ocean Road Brewhouse in Apollo Bay recently bought treasured Queenscliff icon the Esplanade Hotel.  It’s been rebranded to The Queenscliff Brewhouse given an upgrade (including a new POS system) and is now open to showcase local craft beers, regional wines and the fantastic local produce.

Long time customer The Melbourne Bowling Club – the Oldest Bowling Club in Australia, the home of ‘Crackerjack’ the movie recently upgraded their Point of Sale hardware.  The traditional Bowling Club situated in Windsor is a busy club with a thriving membership base of young and old.  The club has 4 bowls greens, and runs competitive events to social bowls. They can also cater to events up to 300 people.

Stomping Ground is the coolest new Brewery and Beer Hall in Collingwood. Beers are labelled “moderately challenging” to “more challenging” to help you choose the range of beer brewed onsite. The venue is full of greenery intertwined with lots of steel, concrete and timber creating a great spot for a few bevvies and bite to eat.

Tucked away in the quiet streets of Murrumbeena Village Iron Henry café serves up wholesome, fresh and tasty home-style cooked dishes.  Catering to all sorts of dietary requirement the team use the freshest of local produce to create fabulous food.  They even have a lovely space for private dining, mothers groups or children’s birthday parties.