Bell Tavern in Belgrave
- Once a dry area, Belgrave now boasts its only pub - and a neat, and friendly place it is!
- Established in 1998, according to the carpenter who built the bar, who we met, and still enjoys a fine ale there
- A write-up in the Age newspaper in 'BarFly' states it is one of those rare places that a Bundy and Coke is on tap.
- Anyway, the clientele are friendly and drink there regularly, the food is great and the weekend crowds pack the place
- The Pub has fresh crays delivered in for a scrumptuous seafood extravaganza on Saturdays - that's one of the weekly delights!
- Everyday of the week there is something great to eat, and entertainment to enjoy.
- A beer garden up the back, and the entire front of the pub opens up to face the street
- Just around the corner from the local Cameo Picture Theatre with its outdoor theatre.
Photo January 2006
Photos and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks
Bell Tavern offers a great dining experience for visitors and locals alike
- Tab, pool and a great open fire all cater for the needs of the thirsty traveller thru Belgrave.
- Minutes away from the Puffing Billy steam-train attraction and Belgrave railway facilities.
- 1645 Burwood Highway,
- 03 9754 2222