The Alter Bar is a part of the Convent Gallery.
Here you can sit and relax in the quirky surrounds of sculpture and a great view over the Convent Gardens.
This is a wonderful place to have cocktails before you head out for dinner.
Dress Code: Neat Casual
The Altar Bar is open Fridays & Saturdays 10am til late and Sundays 10am to 6pm
This Bar offers a variety of things to the customer.
You can sit and have a drink or select from the Traditional Mediterranean Menu.
Friday and Saturday nights is when the music starts.
Friday night is Jazz and Saturday night is DJ night.
You can look at what is on when you check out this Bar.
Dress Code: Neat casual.
The Palais is a popular venue for Daylesford/Hepburn Springs.
On Saturday nights it often features well known national acts - singers such as Paul Kelly and Jenny Morris have performed in 2005, and on Friday nights there are often varying up and coming artists.
Saturday nights are usually a dinner and show package (though you can just opt for the show if you wish).
Well worth checking out their gig guide to see who's playing... it can be a surprise to see some big names listed, considering it's a fairly small town. Shows how popular this place has become.
Daylesford has at least 2 pubs which feature live bands on a Friday or Saturday night, including the Palais and the Old Hepburn Hotel. These will usually be advertised on a banner outside or a flyer beside the door, and on the 'What's on' board at the Daylesford Visitor Information Centre, Vincent Street.
Dress Code: Neat casual mainly, but no thong (flip flop) sandals or singlets.
The Palais is a 1930's building decorated with lush velvets and antiques. For all that it is not pretentious and a great cross-section of people party there. It has consistent fun live music, mostly dance bands but in keeping with its eclecticism, they have a range of styles playing there.