The Caledonian Hotel
The Caledonian hotel is a small independently owned hotel overlooking the parklands on the corner of O’Connell Street and Barton Tce in North Adelaide. The hotel is easy to find, centrally located close to the city and has lots of free parking.
The hotel’s focus is on fantastic food (casual and premium dining), boutique beers, extensive wine selections and functions, both cocktail and dining events. We have a huge range of function menu’s, with lots food and beverage options to suit any budget
A place of Conviviality – Where the pub experience is a complete gastro event and the finest food & beverage are seamlessly partnered in a relaxed environment.
Open 7 Days 11:00am – close Mon – Sun
Pub Menu 12.-3, 5 – 9.00 Mon-Sun
Mon – Thur – 12:00 – 3:00pm 5:00 – 9:00pm
All Day Dining Fri – Sun
Located in the centre of Adelaide’s East End precinct, The Exeter Hotel serves up cold Coopers Ales, delicious pub grub, and live music. No pokies, no bullshit.
Open from 11am daily.
A place so alive with personality you can almost see the walls breathing. Don’t be fooled by the Oak’s quaint facade. The only thing stressed at the Oak is the decor. It’s a cool watering hole that attracts all types, of all styles in a broad age range but all with a similar agenda.
The Royal Oak team are passionate about good food, coffee, wine, mixology and music. Don’t expect robotic service, the staff are as cheeky as they are friendly. About the only thing they take seriously is making sure the patrons are having a great time.
Come and soak up the atmosphere in our fabulous new beer garden at the Royal Oak. Relax in the sunshine and try some of our unique craft beers along with your favourites.
General Opening Hours
|Monday||11am – 12:30am|
|Tue – Fri||11am – 1:30am|
|Saturday||11am – 1:30am|
|Sunday||11am – 12:30am|
The Stag Hotel
he Stag, opened in 1849, was for many years a prominent landmark. In the 1850’s the early inn was a busy centre and the rear of the premises was practically the beginnings of the East End Markets. Substantial stock yards, a weighbridge, and large stables provided accommodation of horses and vehicles belonging to the buyers of stock and produce who made the Inn their headquarters almost daily. In later years, after the East End Market was established, the Stag ceased to be the scene of regular trading operations, but proved popular with market gardeners and others who frequented the locality in the early morning.
Most of the current building was erected around 1903 when the Adelaide Fruit and Produce Exchange was built close by. This final structure was designed by Garlick and Jackman.
The Stag Hotel remains one of Adelaide’s most popular heritage hotels.