Time Out Melbourne

The Post Office Hotel is reliable. You know just what you’ll get, and you know it’s going to be good: excellent food, laidback staff and cracking tunes – Scott Walker, Bruce Springsteen and Leonard Cohen get a good spin most nights. Maybe it’s because the lads behind it know a thing or two about what makes a decent watering hole in this town. Tex Perkins, two members from Dallas Crane, and Danial Caneva from the sadly now defunct Duke of Windsor Hotel restored this pub, bringing back its art deco facade and warm polished wood interior. Reflecting Coburg’s Middle Eastern culture in its menu, the Post Office Hotel has quickly become a reason for inner-city folk to make the trek north, while still fitting in with the old school crowd.

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The Post Office Hotel details

Address
231 Sydney Rd, Coburg 3058

Telephone 03 9386 5300

Transport
Nearby Stations: Coburg; Moreland

Open Fri 3pm-1am; Sat 12 noon-1am; Sun 12 noon-10pm

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