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Hotels in Carlton (Melbourne), Victoria

Towns and suburbs close to Carlton (Melbourne) | Hotels in Carlton (Melbourne)
Towns and suburbs close to Carlton (Melbourne) | Hotels in Carlton (Melbourne)

Hotel Lincoln

Hotel Lincoln "Step in to the art deco-style bar (charming open wood fire in the winter) for some local-only beers with friends or tuck into a tasty share meal from the charcuterie menu, ponder the latest pub-themed works of select artists...

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91 Cardigan Street,
Carlton,
Victoria 3053

Phone:
03 9347 4666
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Jimmy Watson's  Bar

Jimmy Watson's Bar Open 7 days 11am to 11pm or later. The renowned wine judge's own!. Instigator of the Jimmy Watson Trophy. Front room for Bar, also a restaurant and outdoor seating.

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333 Lygon St
Carlton
Victoria 3053

Phone:
03 9347 3985
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Muttis

Muttis Muttis, a colloquialism for Mother's Place in Austrian-German, is the inspirational flare behind this eatery and bar. The bar is well stocked with an appealing array of European tap beers and wines ranging from the finest local produce...

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118 Elgin Street
Carlton,
Victoria 3053

Phone:
03 9349 5008
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Percy's Bar

Percy's Bar (formerly Astor Hotel) Bar and Bistro

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418 Lygon Street,
Carlton
Victoria 3053

Phone:
03-9347 4160
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Information on Carlton (Melbourne), VIC 3053

Carlton. A cultural mecca in Melbourne
Photo 17/09/2008
Photos and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Carlton - just mention the town, and you just have to think of Lygon St. Many have attempted to copy it, but few can boast a more long standing strip of eateries, with vibrant european atmosphere and selection of boutique shops for delicacies.

You need a few birthdays (or birthday parties) to fully appreciate the complete stretch from the edge of Melbourne at Queensberry St , right through to Johnston St.

And of course, don't forget the northern reaches of Rathdowne St (up from the park near Fenwick St) - with its more reserved and fine cultured experiences to be had from its many cullinery delights too - or that quiet weekend morning stroll for some of the best coffee around.

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