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    Restaurants


 a comprehensive review of restaurants and dining out for Warrnambool and the South West
      

The Flying Horse Inn (25/5/2011)- Opened in the last year, the Flying Horse Bar and Brewery is first new pub to be opened in Warrnambol in over 20 years, located on the Princes highway, close to the new Warehouse centres, the Flying Horse will serve the growing population on Warrnambool Eastern entrance. The Flying Horse also heralds a new era for Warrnambool with the installation of its new micro brewery, which will make it the first hotel to brew its own beer in over 130 years and also be the first micro brewery in South West Victoria. The Flying Horse also has a large sports bar with a TAB agency, 200+ seat dining area, large upstairs function room and informal lounge with an open fireplace.

The pub has a very upmarket feel to it with no expense spared in the furnishings and decor, also the kitchen and brewery is quite impressive and if the service is as good as the appearance then the pub is sure to be a sucess. So far all reports from patrons are good and the locally brewed ale is proving to be very popular
The photo (right) shows the dining area of the Flyng Horse which looks into the brewery area.



Bojangles
Warrnambool's iconic pizza restaurant, and part of the cities social scene for over three decades. Located at the restaurant end of Liebig St. Bojangles has a full a-la-carte menu featuring Italian cuisine and local seafood dishes, however Bojangles is best known for its pizza’s and according to local connoisseurs’ has the cities best pizza’s including a range of gourmet wood fired pizza’s
Bojangles 61 Liebig St, Phone 5562 8751
Web Site
www.bojanglespizza.com

Seanchai
Irish Pub and well known Warrnambool night spot, inclined to get a bit noisy on Friday and Saturday nights. The crowd is predominantly 18 to 25, so not the place for a quiet drink, however mid week and Sunday nights are more like a typical Irish Pub. The quality of the beer is good and I am told by an expert that the Guiness is more than acceptable, also the possibility of meeting the man or woman of your dreams

Nonna Casalinga
Situated in the centre of Warrnambool’s entertainment district, Nonna Casalinga offers Italian Cuisine in an elegant setting. The name Nonna Casalinga is Italian for Nanna’s  home cooking, and owners/chef Chris & Alysia Considine have developed a menu that embodies this description. The decor and lighting adds to the atmosphere and Nonna Casalinga is an ideal place for a quiet romantic dinner for two







Interesting &
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Now and Then
A nostalgic look back on some of the regions fine old buildings and how they have survived the transition into the 21st century - this week we take a look at at some of the century old buildings in Kepler and Timor streets in Warrnambool