The Bakers Arms Hotel has quite a historical significance in Melbourne, as it was established in 1876 as a Bakery, this heritage being where the name stems from. The hotel, incredibly, has kept its original facade, with only minor changes made to the exterior to maintain its condition.
The current owners of the hotel took over in 2002 and did their first renovation in 2006, creating a great local, with a classic pub feel and modernised look.
Having just completed another renovation, the pub is unlike anything you have seen before. The warm, raw, earthy tones really make you feel right at home, and if walls could talk, boy would the Bakers Arms have some stories to tell; The original building is over 100 years old, and the recent renovations have stripped back the bare walls to reveal its original brickwork.
Bakers Arms offers up to date TAB as well as a bottle shop that is licensed until 1am (Yes- you read that right- 1am!) There is Live sports shown and in HD, plenty of space to have a drink with friends in both the indoor or outdoor areas, and function spaces are available.
They may not be churning out freshly baked bread any more, but the Bakers Arms Hotel is unlike any other so be sure to go check it out.