Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel
Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel
Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel
Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel
Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel
Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel
Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel
Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel

Chomp on comfort food and sip on craft beer at West End’s new local The Montague Hotel

The grill is hot and the beer is cold – The Montague Hotel is ready and waiting. The newest face in the inner-south pub scene is revitalising the game with an approach that stays true to the casual classics while providing a slick contemporary spin. If haloumi fries, burgers and preservative-free beer sound like your kind of bag, West End’s newest haunt is going the full Monty.

The corner pub is as Australian as a Bunnings snag, John Williamson singing ‘True Blue’, and Vegemite – it’s almost a crime that Brisbane doesn’t boast a watering hole on every street. West End’s newest resident The Montague Hotel is a gastropub that is looking to turn Brisbane’s pub culture on its head with a modern approach to casual dining. The Monty, as it’s colloquially known (see, already a local), is drawing in punters in droves with the promise of frosty beverages and a menu of pub favourites with a tasty spin. The spacious lot sits on the corner of Montague Road and Kurilpa Street, featuring a wrap-around balcony, plenty of seating and dining space inside and outside, and what can only be described as a bar well worthy of your patronage.

Don’t get it twisted – The Monty is more than just a pub. It’s a dining destination that seeks to elevate pub fare with a culinary flair that belies the casual atmosphere. The menu features a host of familiar flavours such as cheeseburgers, pizzas, schnitzels, fish and chips, char-grilled steaks and sides, but it’s the new tastes we are excited about. The charcoal rotisserie offers up juicy morsels of Greek-style lamb and marinated pork, while a nutritionist-vetted superfood offering encompasses rainbow wraps, seed salads, Swiss mushroom burgers and a host of salads. Slim Dusty famously sang, “what a terrible place, is a pub with no beer.” Don’t fret – there will be no shortage of cheer at The Monty. The bar is amply stocked with an extensive selection of spirits, wines and 17 premium and craft beers on tap – including a special preservative-free draught from the brewery fresh copper beer tank. Also worth noting, The Monty is also brewing its own coffee blend, for those that need a different kind of pick-me-up.

The Montague Hotel is open now! Head on over to the Stumble Guide for opening hours and contact details.

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