Bar, Dining & Facilities
With a larger than life bar, beautiful wood features and “Punkah” swing ceiling fans, the unique Largs Bar is something to behold. We have an extensive wine and beer list that’s sure to satisfy even the most discerning connoisseur. And if our outstanding menu doesn’t temp you to stay, the sheltered al fresco dining, with views to St. Vincent Gulf, will. The atmosphere is friendly, the staff exceptional and there’s plenty of space. So bring your friends, bring your family.
Breakfast 7.30am – 11am 7 days.
Lunch 12 noon – 3.00 pm Monday – Thursday,
Dinner 5.30pm – 8.30pm Monday – Thursday.
All Day Dining: Friday – Sunday 12 noon – 8.30pm.
Rich warm timber and lush tropical plants give the Pier Restaurant a unique atmosphere that continues the hotel’s celebration of the Art Deco period. Creating the perfect casual dining experience, our head chef has created a menu that brings a contemporary flair to your dining experience. With a full bar, a diverse wine list and al fresco dining, the restaurant offers both lunch and dinner – or you can simply enjoy a drink and views of the ocean on the restaurant deck. If you’re looking for a romantic night out or a place to celebrate with friends, this is the perfect setting for any occasion.
Lunch 12pm- 3.00pm Friday – Sunday
Dinner 5.30pm – 8.30pm 7 days.
The Largs Pier Hotel has a long past with many people knowing the history and iconic status of the hotel. Built by the Largs Bay Land and Investment Company in 1882, the Largs Pier Hotel is rich in history, including the unusual honour of being the country’s first drive through bottle shop in 1953. During the 70s and 80s the hotel began to establish its reputation as an important Aussie music icon, with Cold Chisel, AC/DC, The Little River Band and The Angels all playing here during the early days of their careers. Bon Scott, who later became the lead singer of AC/DC, even met his wife at the Largs after a gig in 1971! One of the periods that has had much attention and is referred to often are the days of Jimmy Barnes with Cold Chisel. Born James Dixon Swan (and better known as Jimmy Barnes) holds the Largs Pier Hotel as a special part of his history and naming the bar Dixons is a fitting tribute to him.
Situated just behind the gaming room on Jetty Road, our Thirsty Camel drive-through bottle shop is first class. Offering a vast selection of wines, spirits and beers, the Largs Thirsty Camel makes for excellent one-stop shopping.
Play the pokies in style. Continuing the full splendour of our 1920s Art Deco theme, the gaming room is different from any other. Here, you can really kick back and enjoy yourself with our Rewards Loyalty Gaming! Our broad selection of games represents the latest and greatest the industry has to offer, and our friendly staff will make sure you play in style and comfort. You can even take a break and enjoy a counter meal or a drink in the adjoining lounge. A win in the Largs Pier gaming room is one you’ll remember for a long, long time.
Open 9am – 3am Monday-Saturday, 9am-12am Sunday
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