Young and Jackson is Melbourne’s most iconic hotel, located opposite the landmark steps of Flinders Street Station. Our pub keeps a watchful eye on the busiest part of Melbourne’s CBD, and looks over Federation Square on to the MCG and beyond.
A heritage listed building, having been established in 1861, Young and Jackson has been beautifully restored and refurbished over the years to bring together a blend of boutique bar and a traditional pub. Home to the infamous, Chloe, she is a Melbourne icon, mascot for the HMAS Melbourne, an extremely fine work of art; she is an ingénue, a nymph, a celebrity. She is Chloe, the famous nude portrait which has graced the walls of the Young and Jackson Hotel since 1909.
At our core, we’re dedicated to Melbourne, and all who visit. We’ve embedded ourselves in the community, and built strong relationships with suppliers and locals alike. We’re everything to expect from your traditional pub, with a modern take. We’re a meeting place, a destination, a local watering hole, a place for celebration and a place for romance. We’re a place for good people, to share good food with each other.