Builders Arms Hotel is a landmark public house on Gertrude Street, Fitzroy. The essence of the Builders Arms remains unchanged after more than 150 years of trading, and reopening in 2012 with new hands, it is restored and renewed. The dining room in the heart of the Builders Arms Hotel takes it’s name from George Orwell’s essay Moon Under Water.
Offering classic pub fare and counter meals by Andrew McConnell and Josh Murphy, the Bar and Bistro is open from midday Monday to Friday and 11am on Saturday and Sunday. Reservations are taken for lunch and dinner.
Moon Under Water, presenting Andrew and Josh’s acclaimed food, provides a four course set menu in the beautiful dining room setting. Reservations are taken for dinner Wednesday to Sunday along with lunch on Sunday.
Builders Arms Hotel private functions and events are held in the upstairs Private Dining Room.