Below is a list of the top and leading Pubs in Gold Coast. To help you find the best Pubs located near you in Gold Coast, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Gold Coast’s Best Pubs:
The top rated Pubs in Gold Coast are:
- Mermaid Beach Tavern
- Waxy’s Irish Pub
- The Glenelg Public House
Mermaid Beach Tavern
Mermaid Beach Tavern is the perfect spot for family and friends. If you wanted to chill out and watch some footy, have a drink of enjoy a meal, then this is the place. To help keep the kids occupied, there is a playground.
Drinks Menu, Food Menu, Functions, Kids Play Area
“Friendly staff, excellent facilities and tab area, with the ever luring smell of the Colonel next door to add to the place!” – Ben Carlisle
Waxy’s Irish Pub
Waxy’s Irish Pub is loaded with plenty of Irish charm. With a rooftop bar, its the perfect spot for any occasion, or any excuse to come hang out with friends. Separate function spaces are also available for special events.
Mains, Grill, Sides, Sauces, Share Plates, Salads, Starters, Pizzas, Kids Menu, Drinks
“This place is amazing. Live music, house made cider on tap. Wide variety of beer and $3 steaks on Sundays. Staff were extremely friendly.” – Matthew Hayes
The Glenelg Public House
The Glenelg Public House as the name implied is a public house offering food and drink. With a menu packed with plenty of steaks, the beef items are plentiful. Some of the other foods change seasonally like the starters and sides. Although the menu is subject to regularly change too. The sauces they use with the food is fantastic too! The bar supports local business by stocking local liquor along with an assortment of overseas beers, wines and spirits.
Lunch Menu, Sunset Menu, Dinner Menu, Kids Menu, Drinks Menu, Cocktails List
“We dined at Glenelg last night and it was superb. The food, wine, service and atmosphere was each a 10/10. (The fact they were full on a Wednesday night is testament to that.) Best steak we’ve had on the Gold Coast, the snapper dish was original and delicious, and the cauliflower gratin and roast pumpkin sides were yummy enough to eat alone. We shared the crumble as it was huge. Wishing we’d come here sooner!” – Chloe Newell
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