Located near the corner of Swan and Coppin St, The Central Club Hotel holds a special place in the proud history of the Melbourne pub scene. The building was originally constructed and opened in the 1870s.

For decades the Hotel has been a hub for the local metal and industrial music scene, hosting and showcasing both up and coming and touring bands. Alongside the music is a tradition of high quality food, a menu boasting some of the finest pub food in the city.

Whether you enjoy watching live bands performing or just hanging out with friends playing billiards, there are plenty of delicious drinks and meals available to accompany your visit to the Central Club Hotel.

With numerous options for breakfast, lunch and dinner provided, you can pop in to the hotel throughout the day, with the pub open from 12pm daily.

The Hotel’s famous Parma, made from fresh chicken breast, fresh homemade Napoli and bacon is a must. There are plenty of drink options available also with an extensive list of wines and bottled beer inclduing Stella Artois, Heineken and Corona.

Along with regular music gigs, the Central Club Hotel hosts comedy shows, uni student functions, film screenings and corporate functions.

Located just two blocks from the train station and with the number 70 tram stopping right out in front of the door and parking available close by, the hotel is easily accessible. This historic pub is a must visit.