A heritage-listed site in Teneriffe has been given new life to reveal a trendy gastro-pub, The Dalgety Public House.
Located in the heart of vibrant Teneriffe, minutes from the Bulimba ferry and alongside some of the area’s mainstays, the restaurant (formerly Liquid) has been stripped back to its historic roots. It now acts as a fashionable tribute to the original owners, the Dalgety family. Dalgety & Co. Ltd. was the first pastoral company to move into Teneriffe’s woolstore precinct in the early 1900s and the industry was booming by the 1920s!
The menu showcases simple, modern Australian pub fare, with grass-fed steak, lamb racks and pulled pork among some of the offerings. You’ll find the beers on tap stick to mainstream favourites such as Melbourne Bitter and Fosters.
The venue will open its doors to the public on Friday, March 4.