Comfort Inn Clare Central
325 Main North Road
Clare, SA 5453
Phone: (61) 8 88422277
Fax: (61) 8 88423563
325 Main North Road, Clare, SA, AU, 5453
- Phone: (61) 8 88422277
- Fax: (61) 8 88423563
Bars & Cafes
Coopers Alehouse, in the Yorke Peninsula, is an all-encompassing entertainment venue. This establishment features luxurious accommodation, dining and nightlife alternatives. Select from an impressive beer list including lagers, stouts and vintage ales to complement delicious seafood specialties. Catch the ongoing sporting action on their LCD television screens or take in stunning views from their waterside seating. This place stages an eclectic lineup of live musicians and DJs like James Reyne, Beccy Cole and Jon Stevens. In addition, this location is an ideal spot to host conferences, wedding receptions and special events.
The interior of Slug 'n' Lettuce strongly resembles the setup of a typical British bistro right from the streets of London. The place is well decked with variety of beer and ales which is well complemented by burgers and fries served by the kitchen. Salads, steaks and sandwiches, however, are mostly found in the menu of the bistro at a price suited for all. The weekend nights are accentuated with various events like concerts as well as late night parties. A perfect hangout place for one and all at any time of the day. Call or visit their website to know more.
Located conveniently in the center of this scenic town is this beautiful eatery the Village. The place offers an array of mouth watering and tongue tantalizing dishes that make this diner a favorite with the locals. And for those whose idea of entertainment goes well beyond only dining, there are special events nights to keep you entertained. The Village is also used to host private events and co-operate functions. If you are looking for a place to have a meal, The Village is the place to go.
Located on the busy northern suburb of the city, Tea Tree Gully Hotel is a perfect place to host social events. The place is all inclusive of a gourmet and spacious setup divided into 3 bars and a dining room and garden restaurant. You can try some of the exotic dishes from the Australian cuisine which comprises of food with authentic traditional Australian flavors. The beer garden is ideal for parties and is well decked with variety of beverages. Various special offers and happy hour pricing makes this place a must visit for those looking for a budget eatery in this part of the city. Call for more information.
Whatever the time of day this restaurant is busy, and not just for the pizzas:the atmosphere is terrific. Caffe Buongiorno Tea Tree Plus is cozy and remains busy at all times of the day. Be at ease with just a newspaper as you make small talk with friends. The open kitchen sends out tantalizing wafts of freshly cooked dishes. The specialty of the house is delicious risotto, mouthwatering pastas and pizzas. Try either with accompanying vegetables and a glass of wine. Come, indulge yourself in a true Italian meal! Open from 8.30a daily; check website for more details.
Do not confuse this pub with the hotel on Rundle Street in the city center. Sitting between Port Adelaide and the seaside suburb of Semaphore, the Exeter is one of about 20 pubs in the Port area. A traditional Australian watering hole, this place boasts a very rare oval-shaped wooden bar. Typical of a Port area pub, the Exeter provides good-value hotel food (schnitzels, roasts) and drinks.
Built in 1855, this excellent establishment has experienced a chequered history. Forced to close in the early part of the 20th century, the Port Dock is now the only pub in the state brewing beer on its premises. Port Dock Brewery and Cellar Tours are conducted on request. The old stone hotel has been extended and supports an extensive bistro with modern furnishings. The hotel menu offers a range of meals, from warm chicken salad to Bosun's Pie! However, the four house-brewed beers are the main attraction. Hot-shot cocktails are also a specialty.
Primarily a lunchtime eatery, this charming cafe combines light and tasty fare with popular pavement dining. Cafe Foreyou on Lipson entices with succulent offerings from a modest set-menu. Inside, you will find a small, cafe-style restaurant with a simple wood and brick interior. On sunny days diners dive under sunshades on Lipson Street, opposite the South Australian Maritime Museum. Delectable dishes include pasta, stroganoff and salads. For afters, do not miss the mouth-watering gateaux and cheesecakes. A refined selection of South Australian wines features on the wine list.
Fans of the mystical comic strip super hero, "The Phantom," will adore this 140-year old pub. A huge Phantom fan, owner Brad Barreau has created his own "Phantom Phantasy" tribute to the "ghost who walks." Themed throughout, with purple walls (the color of the Phantom's skin-tight suit), Phantom comic strips and caricatures adorn the walls. The trademark masked eyes symbol is even carved into chairs. The Excelsior is a friendly and unique pub and a great spot for a "Phantom Pheed." Try the Phantom's Eye Phillet, the Jungle Stir-fry or perhaps the Ghost Roast.
Located in the the Ovingham Hotel, don't let the name fool you, Bombay's miles away from here! But if you're looking for a club that hails back to the British Raj, you are at the right place. Opened by Tom Hannah who has a passion for Rudyard Kipling, the Bombay Club opened in 2002 and has been a hit with members ever since. Here members can have a drink, drop into the club restaurant or take a private space and relax with close friends. The bar is named Riki Tiki Tavi Bar (the mongoose from Jungle Book) and has over 100 international beers to choose from including a menu that is a mixture of contemporary and traditional fare. At the Gungadins restaurant which is built on three levels you can either have your meal in one of the small private rooms or overlooking the waterfall that cascades down in the atrium. If you want something a bit more casual check out the Taj Gaming lounge equipped with games,lounge chairs and a fully stocked bar! The club also has facilities to host special occasions, but a reservation must be made.
Caledonian Hotel Cafe is known for its neatness and clean lines are a proof of that. Each entertainment area is effectively separated. The pub houses a top class restaurant called Barton's, which was chosen as the Best New Restaurant at the 2004 Restaurant Awards for Excellence and won the Best Restaurant at the Australian Hotel Awards SA. Barton's is known for its fabulous Australian cuisine with a special Mediterranean twist. Try dishes like Seared Ravioli of Quail or the Grilled Veal Loin. Guests can munch on something lighter from the cafe menu accompanied by a drink from the lively bar. Whether you are here for a fast bite, elaborate meal or just to have a good time at the bar, this place has it all. From noisy drinking sessions to intimate meals, everyone can have their kind of fun.
One of Adelaide's most colorful "Inns" established in 1848 by John Collard Cocker, a first-class Adelaide cricketer who designed the delightful Adelaide Oval. A simple, friendly pub tucked away in a quiet corner of beautiful, wide Stanley Street. Family owned and run, the hotel has barely altered in 152 years, with a strict no gaming machine/no gambling rule. Two beer gardens are used for popular outdoor events, such as regular screenings of old black and white "reel to reel" films - complete with popcorn! Check out the reasonably priced, country-sized pub meals, from pasta to steak.