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Travelling south along George Street (from Alfred Street all the way up to Hay Street - nearly 2.5 kilometres) are many clubs, bars, nightspots and entertainment venues. It's a good strip to wander along and pop in and out of venues for a good night out. You'll find live music, food, entertainment and games.
|Venue||Description||Jacksons on George||Three floors of music and fun. Modern laid back design||Brooklyn Hotel||Restored exterior with modern interior design and decor. Three bars. Jazz bands and DJ's Thursday Friday & Saturday.||Metropolitan Hotel||Three bars. Ranges from traditional bar with Juke Box, to relaxed, trendy up market Gallery Bar, to the Terrace to enjoy the lights of the evening.||CBD||Fully refurbished Victorian building. Open airy style throughout. Four levels of wining & dining.||Bar 333||Trendy cocktail lounge and sports bars. Nightly themed events. Pool competition.||Privilage Bar||DJ's and live entertainment Monday's to Saturdays.||The Marble Bar (@ The Hilton Hotel)||Where Old Meets New. In the basement, this pub has been operating since 1893. Top venue for looks.||Star Bar||Numerous bars over three levels. Restaurant facilities. Gigantic screens to view all the latest sports.||Maloney's Hotel||Old style bar with lot's of pool tables. Monday to Sunday 5 to 9||Bar Ace||Open 24/7||3 Wise Monkeys||You can't miss the Monkey statue over the entrance. Music seven nights a week. Three bars on three levels. Heritage site.||Bar Century||Old style bar.||Cheer Night Club||Traditional style bar over 3 levels. All the latest sporting fixtures live on satellite television. Dance Floor 7 Nights - Live DJ Friday & Saturday Nights. Karaoke Wednesday nights. Open till very late.||Charlie Chans Bar Bottle Shop||Small intimate bar of modern style.||Paddy Maguires||Irish Pub. Live music nightly. Karaoke Thursday nights.|