Your friendly local bar.
The Brunswick Hotel is one of the last remaining hotels that once graced Liverpool Street. Established in 1827, twenty years after the settlement of Hobart, the hotel represents an important part of this countryÃ¢??s social history.
The Brunswick Hotel initially operated as an illegal grog shop under the title of Ã¢??Brunswick Wine VaultsÃ¢?ï¿½. In 1831 it was granted its first liquor licence and began trading under the name Ã¢??The Brunswick HotelÃ¢?ï¿½.
Despite a devastating fire in 1926, the hotel remains an example of the numerous drinking establishments that once lined Liverpool Street many years ago. It has now just under gone a complete refurbishment that showcases the heritage elements of the space. Uncovered were the great bones of original convict built sandstone and brick. This has then been complemented with warm modern finishes.
The all new bar boosts eight different beers on tap that includes Cascade BreweryÃ¢??s finest beers (the oldest brewery in Australia), an evolving section of some of Tassie premium red and white wines both by the glass and bottle.
Our new kitchen headed up by one of HobartÃ¢??s premium chefs, Justin Harris, who has produced a menu that exemplifies locally sourced produce, meat, seafood and cheeses. These dishes leads themselves to be shared between friends or indulge on some of our pub classics, such as Marrawah Steak sandwich, our own Brunswick Lamb Burger, Spring Bay Mussels, Seafood chowder, grilled calamari and our own hand cut fries.
The Brunswick Hotel is the perfect place for a casual every day lunch and dinner catch-up or unwind. With the longest chesterfield in Tassie (second longest in the world), comfy leather booths or tradition Ã¢??sit at the barÃ¢?ï¿½ seating, we are ready for you at HobartÃ¢??s newest friendly local pub.