Located on Boundary Street in West End, Archive is the people's pub.
Elizabeth Tucker
Published on August 28, 2012
Updated on August 13, 2020


Located on Boundary Street in West End, Archive is the people's pub. There are couches for snuggling, pool tables for those wanting a challenge, outdoor seating for the Vitamin D deficient, and there's Next Door Cellars where they serve a range of high-end craft beers for the beer aficionado. Living up to its name, the walls are lined with shelves of books and covered in old comic strips.

With live music and large (but pleasant) crowds, Archive is the perfect location for catching up with a group of friends on any day of the week. Archive offers daily specials and events including bingo on Mondays, trivia on Tuesdays and $10 chicken schnitzels on Sundays. Classed as a beer boutique, they offer a range of local and imported craft beers on tap including White Rabbit, Stone and Wood Pale Lager and Babbs beers like the Cherry Poppin Blonde.

The food menu is standard pub fare with a twist. They serve delicious, large pizzas to fill a grown man like the Three Cheese, which comes with ham and chilli pineapple salsa. There's also the tomato and goats cheese cannelloni, which is hearty and perfect for warming the soul on a cooler evening (or comforting you when you are hungover).


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