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Dalgety Public House 2.0 – Opening Soon

Dalgety Public House 2.0 – Opening Soon


Location & Contact

1100 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe
dalgetypublichouse.com.au

Directions
Style

beer, burgers, charcuterie, cocktails, dinner, lunch, pub food

Price

$$$

Alcohol

licensed

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There’s a bit of a stir taking place on Florence Street in Teneriffe – not one but two new locales are set to open in the coming months! The first of this new wave is actually more of a return for a familiar name – Dalgety Public House is set to reopen in early April under new ownership. Now operated by a trio of hospitality veterans, Dalgety Public House 2.0 is currently in the midst of some renovations to the interior aesthetics and kitchen, but fans of the venue’s gastropub-style hospitality will be pleased to know that much of Dalgety’s original charm will remain for its new iteration. The food menu will boast a mouth-watering selection of elevated classics, with large portions and special deals offering plenty of value for locals. The bar’s capabilities will be increased, with the addition of new taps (bringing the total to 16) boosting Dalgety’s selection of craft and mainstream beers, as well as wine on tap. New televisions will also screen sporting fixtures, cementing Dalgety Public House 2.0 as a future go-to for the surrounding community. We’ll have more info when the venue opens next month!




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