211 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne
The Builders Arms Hotel is a landmark public house on Gertrude Street, Fitzroy. The essence of the Builders is unchanged after more than 150 years of trading, but in new hands it is restored and renewed.
The bar, bistro and garden are open seven days from midday. The dining room in the heart of The Builders Arms takes its name from George Orwell’s essay Moon Under Water.
Moon Under Water is open for dinner Wednesday to Sunday along with Sunday lunch and takes reservations.
A private dining room is also available on the first floor.
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