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Exchange Hotel, DENILIQUIN, NSW

Exchange Hotel 2710
116 End Street
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03 58817338
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Family friendly environment, indoor and outdoor dining, children's playground, beer garden, live music every Sunday 4pm onwards.
What better way is there to spend a hot Summer day than heading down to your favourite pub for a cold drink?
The Exchange Hotel has you covered with cold beer and cider on tap as well as a great selection of wines and spirits. The new Summer menu encourages people to linger longer with shared platters, fresh salad options and a relaxed dining experience.
A misting system in the beer garden will keep you cool during the warmer months and a playground at the back of the venue will keep the kids entertained while you sit back and relax.
New licensee Anthony Matthews is looking forward to creating a family friendly atmosphere for his patrons this Summer. With the return of Sunday Sessions in the Beer Garden we look forward to promoting both local and out of town musicians that create a relaxed environment.
The Exchange Hotel will continue to have its regular live music and entertainment of a weekend. Patrons are welcome to join the rejuvenated Social Club that will reward members with discounts on meals and drinks.
Come and see for yourself, the Exchange Hotel is the place to be this Summer.

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Reviews (1)

Dusty's picture

Certainly highly recommended!

10 years 2 months ago

We ate and drank at the Exchange 6weeks after the new owners took charge of this wonderful hotel and during peak holiday period. The food was fresh, good quality, hot, generous and yummy,and the wine selection was delicious, and the publican and his missus both made us feel at home. The bar staff seem nice too. Make sure you leave room for dessert. These new folks deserve to do well. The service was great. And the courtyard setting is a treat. This is by far the best, prettiest and most welcoming pub in town, and appears to be the only place one can sit outside and wine and dine. The courtyard setting is a real delight and would put any country pub to shame, with its overwhelming charm and charisma.
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