A grand feature of Queensland’s rich heritage

Tattersall's Club Members' Bar

It was the scene in the yesteryear of the ritualistic Monday morning settling by bookmakers and their clients. The Long Bar has witnessed the results of many a betting plunge, successful and unsuccessful. 

The bar itself is distinctive with it's maple panelling and overhead punkahs, reminiscent of Singapore's Raffles Hotel.

 

The Members' Bar menu is designed to serve the modern business person, with options designed for a quick lunch away from the office. The Bar offers a range of beverage options, including a new craft beer tap. Members and guests are welcome to enjoy a coffee, quick lunch or an after work drink in the bar Monday through until Friday.

Functions

MENUS, RESOURCES & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Bars and Dining Menus

  • Members' Bar

    The Members' Bar menu is designed to serve the modern business person, with options designed for a quick lunch away from the office. The Bar offers Members and guests a range of beverage options, including a new craft beer tap.

    Menu

    For bookings or enquiries please call 07 3331 8850.

  • Members' Dining Room

    The Members’ Dining Room menus are expertly created by the Tattersall’s Club’s kitchen, and combine Member favourites with modern day classics.

    Lunch Menu

    Lunch Dessert Menu

    Dinner Menu

    Dinner Dessert Menu

    The Members' Dining Room serves lunch between 12noon and 2pm, Monday through until Friday. Bookings are highly recommended. Please call 07 3331 8848.

  • Healy Room

    The Healy Room offers guests a more relaxed dining experience, whether it be breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon or dinner. The kitchen has recently reintroduced the decadent high tea menu, perfect for any special occasion.

    Breakfast Menu

    Lunch Menu

    Lunch Dessert Menu

    Dinner Menu

    Dinner Dessert Menu

    The Healy Room is open for breakfast seven days a week from 7.00am until 10.00am. Lunch is served Monday through until Friday, 12noon until 2.00pm and dinner is available from 6.00pm until 9.00pm Tuesday through until Saturday. Bookings are highly recommended. Please call 07 3331 8851.

  • Needham Room

    Lunch Menu

    Lunch Dessert Menu

    Dinner Menu

    Dinner Dessert Menu

    For bookings or enquiries please call 07 3331 8848.

    The Needham Room can also be booked for functions.

  • O'Duffy Library

    Menu

    For bookings or enquiries please call 07 3331 8850.

    The O'Duffy Library can also be booked for functions.

  • Wine Room

    Lunch Menu

    Lunch Dessert Menu

    Dinner Menu

    Dinner Dessert Menu

    For bookings or enquiries please call 07 3331 8848.

    The Wine Room can also be booked for functions. View our 2014/2015 Functions Packages for more information.

  • Wine List

    All wines are subject to vintage availability and may change at short notice.

    Wine List

Resources

Functions FAQS

  • How do I organise a function or event?

    Simply fill out our functions enquiry form or contact our Functions Department directly via functions@tattersallsclub.com.

  • Can Non-Members book functions at Tattersall's Club?

    Yes, we welcome functions bookings from Members and Non-Members.

  • Do I have to wear a jacket and tie to functions?

    The dress code for Club functions is corporate or smart casual. View our Club dress code here.

  • Can I build a custom menu for my function?

    Yes, our Functions Co-ordinators will work with you on a menu that suits your budget and requirements.

  • Do you have parking available?

    Yes, we offer discounted parking rates at Queens Plaza and Wintergarden car parks. View parking information here.

  • Is Tattersall's Club's Accommodation available to function guests?

    Yes, function guests are welcome to stay in Tattersall's Club's Accommodation on the evening of their function. View our accommodation section for more information. Tattersall's Club's Accommodation is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

English oak half wine barrels c.1920s

Made from an English oak half wine barrel, spittoons were commonplace in bars during the 1900s. 

Spittoons were used by patrons to spit their tobacco into the vessel, rather than onto the floor as used to be common practice.