Time Out says
Crafty capers are at the heart of this late night establishment
There are four main quadrants to this late-night hotel at the tipping point of King Street. The front is a quiet sports bar most nights, and a seat in the open window is tops for people watching, but on weekends things get rowdier. Up the back and down the stairs is a beer garden with a retractable roof and heaters for chilly evenings. Got a big crew? This is where you want to head for jugs of Coopers, Stone and Wood, Rocks, Young Henrys, White Rabbit or some straight-laced lager. If cold beers just aren’t going to cut it they have warm spiced mead on the menu. Up on the first floor you’ll find Waywards, a bar and music venue open Thursday through Saturday, but at the heart of this vast establishment is Uncle Hops. The cosy craft beer bar is a warm timber hideaway for brews and meaty snacks.
324 King St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 11am-1am; Thu 11am-2am; Fri, Sat 11am-4am; Sun 11am-midnight|