Nice pub on the centrally located Stuart Street, seconds down from the Octagon. Friendly staff, nice range of beers.
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The Albar is a Dunedin icon. It's a local's whiskey bar with a Celtic heritage, but is welcoming to visitors. The bar food includes mussel pots, and these would have to be the highlight and are a fantastic accompaniment to the tasting of whiskies and...More
We popped in for an early evening drink before dinner and could've easily stayed longer. The selection was impressive for a small place. Tried some craft beers recommended by the barman and we were not disappointed. It was lovely and warm inside and obviously popular.
Visited this prior to going to see Bruce Fummey's History of Scotland at the Fortune Theatre. Had a nice pint of Emerson 1812 and a haggis and black pudding roll. Great food and great beer. For whisky afficiendos there was a selection of 50 single...More
We were in Dunedin for the weekend and visited this wee gem on Sunday afternoon. Great selection of local brews, friendly and professional staff, and our favourite part was the trad music session they had going on. Great way to end a lovely weekend in...More
This small pub has a nice selection of draft beers, mostly served from engines in the British style. i.e.: cellar temp. This dramatically changes your pint. It was a pleasure to get great beer and be able to taste it as it was meant to...More