'Lordies' has a whole new look.
Situated on the corner of Latrobe Terrace and West Fyans Street in Newtown, just a stones throw away from Kardinia Park, Lord of the Isles Tavern has been a favourite amongst locals for the past 40 years.
Under the helm of Geelong hotelier, the late Peter Burnett AM, the pub serviced everyone from Prime Ministers and premiership-winning Cats teams to thousands of average Geelong punters. It wasn’t until last year, just prior to Mr Burnett’s death, that the tavern was sold to a Melbourne hotelier.
Despite having its doors closed since March, the hotel has made the most of their break, completely renovating the modern award-winning bistro. The bars have been revamped, booths have been installed, branching bubble chandeliers grace the dining room, there’s a bunch of new circular tables, there’s a slew of bench seating, the back bar has scored a splash of colour, greenery lines the entrances – it’s literally a completely new space.
Check out the video below.
Unfortunately, we don’t know what the menu looks like at this stage as their website is still been updated.
You can book at table here.