Eat in or takeaway, this will become your favourite midweek option!
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 5pm you can eat in or take away.
We have a $20 “Frugal Foodies” menu designed around delicious, wholesome dishes using fresh flavoursome ingredients that’s affordable for everyone.
Midweek you can also get our 8 iconic varieties of parma.
Thursdays we have ramped up the value, with our $15 Schnitty night from 5 – 7pm … a hand crumbed, fresh Chicken breast schnitzel, served with any of our house made sauces or traditional Parma topping plus salad and chips.
To make a dinner booking or to place an order, phone 53482207.
From busking on the streets of Melbourne to playing strip clubs in New Orleans to Festivals in Nashville and Tamworth, Hookey exudes a musical resemblance to a young Bob Dylan, who he cites as one of his main influences. Described quite accurately as a reflection of various
tastes mixed together, “somewhere between James Taylor and Nirvana” by the man himself, Hookey’s style is a unique blend of alternative
folk, punctuated by heavier punk and rock influences.
Harry first started performing in rural Victoria as the Hookey Family Band with his three brothers. Harry was invited to showcase his music at
the 2011 Americana Festival in Nashville TN, In 2012, Harry won the US based International Songwriter’s Competition in the unsigned category
All the tracks on Sometimes reflect this huge transition in Harry’s life.“I gave up my job at a law firm, & strayed from the path that was laid out
for me. I took off my tie, grew out my hair, and started singing folk songs. All these songs are about searching. Not that I really knew what for, I
never really knew what I was getting myself in to, but I certainly knew what I was escaping,” says Harry.
Friday nights 6PM until late. FREE ENTRY
Every Friday, locals & visitors alike join in our Friday Frivolities.
Happy Hour from 6-8PM cocktails, plus trivia, joker poker, bar wars, raffles & prizes and random pop up events…. all adding to a night of fun & frivolity.
Bar snacks available plus don’t forget to book our courtesy bus.
Come join in the fun ………where everyone’s a local!!
CHRIS WILSON has been an essential part of blues and rock music in Australia since taking the stage with the Sole Twisters thirty years ago.
Stints with Harum Scarum and Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls followed, and the end of the 80s saw Wilson as one of our finest vocalists,
harmonica players and songwriters, fronting the superb Crown of Thorns.
His instrumental gifts have oft been utilised on recordings by the likes of James Reyne, Hunters and Collectors, Vika and Linda, Renee Geyer,
Archie Roach, X, Deb Conway and Ross Hannaford’s Dianna Kiss. Chris has enjoyed the company of Australia’s best musicians on stage and in
the studio when realising his own visions in song. Chris’ unmistakeable voice and harmonica can be heard in the opening scenes of the smash
hit Australian film The Dressmaker, on which he collaborated with long-time cohort Shane O’Mara.
Chris has performed in the U.S. and Canada at SXSW and two Folk Alliance Conferences. He has won the respect of many overseas artists,
among these Joe Henry, Charlie Musselwhite and Tony Joe White. Bob Dylan once made a special trip backstage to shake Chris’ hand after a
show together in 1992!
Chris has appeared at every major Australian festival and his performances, filled as they are with his own brand of sensuality and the dynamic
power that leaves his audiences so satisfied, are always a highlight. Chris’ stage presence, voice and talent are all as big as the country he lives
in. CHRIS WILSON is a master of his craft.
Time spent together, makes us more connected and Sunday’s “Roast Rendezvous” is based on the theory of connecting with family & friends over a classic Sunday Roast lunch.
Here’s the best bit…… for $15 you get a choice of 2 meats, served with all the trims and a nice soft piece of bread to mop up the gravy.
Only $15 every Sunday from 12noon until sold out – I can’t think of a better way to spend a Sunday!!!
Phone us to make a reservation on 5348 2207 & enquire about our Courtesy bus.
Mark Smith & Marni Sheehan play rootsy blues, alt and vintage country, and originals featuring acoustic, dobro and electric guitars,
mandolin and banjo. Their experience as musicians brings authenticity and depth to their performances. Audiences love this act for its
sparkle, humour and the occasional dark moment.
They have recently released Down in the Valley, a collection of songs dealing with love and hate, sex & death, injustice & survival. The
covers on the album are largely traditional songs in a blues or country style, some dating back to the 1800s. The originals on the album
are stylistically in keeping.
Playing acoustic versions of everyone’s favourite classic hits from great bands in their own inimitable style, such as :- Dragon, Pretenders,
Fleetwood Mac, Jimi Hendrix, Cold Chisel, Bob Marley, Hoodoo Gurus, Divinyls, Kinks, Small Faces, Amy Winehouse, Led Zeppelin, Rolling
Stones, Animals and more…
Accordionist, guitarist, and composer Salvatore Rossano grew up performing the music of Puglia and Basilicata. He performs original songs and
traditional music from Italy and South America, bringing the audience to a journey into their worlds.