The General Havelock, located on leafy Hutt Street, has fast become one of Adelaide’s go-to pubs. Founded in 1873, the charming pub caters for all demographics with its delicious and simple pub grub as well as its international cuisine.
Located in the prime East End of Adelaide, it holds a family restaurant and separate club and dancing areas, as well as two separate function rooms and an extensive range of local and international beverages.
Opening daily from 12pm midday for lunch and dinner services, there is open opportunity to enjoy either a late lunch or an early dinner, with snacking options available in between. Offering food throughout the entire venue, patrons can enjoy their food in the alfresco dining area bordering Hutt Street, on the grassy upstairs balcony (which offers beautiful views up and down the street), or inside their dining and atrium areas.
While their cocktails and fancier food is a little on the pricey side, The Havey holds a generous happy hour Monday to Friday between 5-7pm, offers daily specials on their pub grub ($10 for a massive chicken or chicken schnitzel? Yes please!) And their share plates don’t break the $11 mark.
Want to go there? Check them out at 162 Hutt Street, or browse their website at www.thehavey.com.au