The Belvedere Hotel
The Belvedere Hotel is a landmark historic pub at Woody Point with gorgeous views across Bramble Bay, that has been a drawcard for visitors and locals since it opened in 1901.
The original building still stands in its old word glory alongside stunning contemporary extensions that incorporate a labyrinth of pavilions, decks and garden rooms, ideal for any group or occasion.
There are garden rooms, dining pavilions, child's play areas, a dog friendly deck, bars in both the new and old sections, function spaces and a gaming lounge, all under one giant interconnected roof, while the sunset view from the massive waterfront deck has been voted one of the top ten in Australia by National Geographic.
There's something for everyone of all ages to enjoy at The Belvedere, including families with kids, friend's groups, special occasions, dates and dog owners. Stop by for a drink or two or partake in one of the delicious meals or bar snacks.
Open daily for breakfast. lunch and dinner, The Belvedere Hotel even has its own in-house pizzeria, Al's, which serves Italian wood-fired pizzas that are amongst the best on the Redcliffe Peninsula. There's also a dedicated kids menu for brekkie, lunch and dinner.
Drinks-wise, there are more than 18 local and craft beers on tap, an impressive range of wines (including premium wines on tap), beer towers, classic cocktails and cocktail balloons.
As for the food, you can enjoy bar 'snacks' at the Jetty Bar such as tempura fish, chunky steak pie, club steak sandwich or chicken schnitzel, a variety of wood-fired pizzas at Al's and, throughout the rest of the venue, an extensive menu with Entrees such as vegan coconut ceviche, bucket o' prawns, cheesy beignets, Mexican nachos and salt and pepper Sichuan calamari. For mains. along with the likes of sticky beef ribs, seafood parcel and pumpkin lasagne there's seafood must-tries like the Seafood Platter for one and the Seafood Hamper for Two served in a giant copper bucket (with a generous portions of crab, Moreton Bay bugs king prawns, oysters, battered fish, slaw and fruit).
Nice to know - The Belvedere was first built in the 1890s as a boarding house by Mrs Jamison, who later sold the premise to Thomas Snook. who converted it into a hotel and pub in 1901. It is rumoured that the ghost of Mr Snook haunts the upstairs rooms if the hotel.
Need to know - There's no need to book for groups of under 8 people. Groups of 8+ can book using the online booking form.
The Belvedere Hotel
Cnr Oxley Ave