Each day we have created a different special deal featuring pub classics everyone will enjoy.
Come by and check out our new bars and restaurant area and see how The Lord Alfred has been restored and transformed.
Grab a stool at the bar for a pre-dinner drink, or a booth in the restaurant with a group of friends for dinner. Whatever the occasion, The Lord Alfred offers a number of different seating areas to suit everyone.
Offering modern Australian dishes, our menu includes a range of delicious shared plates, pizzas and lunchtime burgers. If you want something more substantial our delectable mains include marinated lamb, the classic chicken schnitzel and of course our standout steaks.
A frosty ale on a hot summer’s day, a full-bodied red to go with your steak, or a mojito with your girlfriends on a weekend because you can. Our extensive drinks list will include something to hit the spot for any occasion.
Located at the very top of one of Brisbane’s best entertainment precincts, Caxton Street, The Lord Alfred was established in the 19th century and was named the Prince Alfred in 1868 following the announcement of the Prince sailing to Australian soils sent by his Mother, Queen Victoria. Now in its 150th year and having played part in many Brisbanite’s youth, most recently as Hotel LA, The Lord Alfred has been carefully restored with much consideration to its historic relevance.
What better way to finish off the weekend than kicking back with some easy jazz, crisp ales, and sumptuous food. Come join us from 3 pm Sundays to enjoy live music on the Verandah Bar.
The building was always designed for a hotel but the reason for the cells built underneath has always remained a mystery. We do know however that the cells were temporarily used as a lock-up for the local watchhouse in the late nineteenth century. The cells which now serve as the hotel’s cellar still exist today and now offer a uniquely intimate space to hire for a small gathering.
We invite you to come by and see the transformation from what was Hotel LA, to the re-establishment of Brisbane’s original, The Lord Alfred.