Find, Review & Book some of the best restaurants in Mornington with our hand picked guide to dining and drinking.
The Bay Hotel was built in 1880 to house the Commerce Bank. It survived as a bank until 1986 when, what was then the National Bank, moved to new premises; at this time the old bank was transformed into a hotel in 1998.
The Publican offers the very best in cocktails, spirits and craft beers.Upstairs has been transformed to ensure a club experience that needs to be seen to be believed…Indulge the senses with “Ms Banks” and our all new modern Asian fusion menu in our amazing dining hall.Last but certainly not least, the Publican boasts the biggest and only balcony on Main Street perfect to eat, sip and people watch from open till close.FUNCTIONS AT THE PUBLICANThe Peninsula’s premier and most unique venue. Enjoy fantastic food with a huge range of craft beers and incredible cocktails, all served with style & flair, in an atmosphere with some of Melbourne’s Best DJ’s playing Friday and Saturday nights.Whatever your upcoming special event is, allow our dedicated functions team to not only meet but exceed your expectations ensuring your special event is nothing short of spectacular!
Counting House is the jewel of the Mornington dining scene. Opened in 2010, it has become a "must try" for locals and visitors to Mornington. Situated in a heritage listed building, Counting House offers Modern Australian cuisine prepared to exacting French standards. The wine list comprises Australian and French wines with a heavy dose of the local drop. The food and wine are served by a well trained team who are both professional and accommodating. A weekday 2 courses for $35 special is a great way to try this gem across from Mornington Park. A la Carte dining is available for lunch and all dinner services also.
God’s Kitchen Restaurant is located in Mornington, Victoria. Situated within a heritage listed church built in 1876, God’s kitchen is Mornington Peninsula’s favourite local with both indoor and al fresco dining. Our menu includes tapas, a la carte, gourmet pizza and the best steak in Mornington.God’s Kitchen boasts a front garden courtyard, glassed atrium and garden bar for dining with exceptional natural light, while the church itself provides charm and elegance to any function or dining experience. The natural acoustics from the high timber ceiling in the main church are adored by live musicians, to create the best live music venue on the Mornington Peninsula.
The Grand Hotel is a heritage listed building and a landmark on the Mornington Peninsula. Built over 100 years ago the Hotel is gracefully restored featuring all the modern comforts.
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