Harmonie German Club
Food and Drink Narrabundah, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
The Harmonie German Club was founded and built-in 1961 by German migrants, including the Jennings Germans.
Famous for its pork knuckles, the club serves authentic German food and your favourite imported beers.
It is home to the Canberra Blues Society and the ACT Eight Ball Association, famously held a pre-fame AC/DC performance in 1974 and has the largest slab in the Southern Hemisphere of the Berlin Wall.
Within the club are two venues that regularly hold live events, The Zeppelin Room and The Keller.
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining Bar Carpark Entertainment Family Friendly Live Music Shop / Gift Shop Suitable for Functions Takeaway Available
Internet AccessFree Wifi
Meal TypesDinner Lunch
Cuisine TypesAustralian Dessert German German/Swiss Gluten Free Available Light Meals Pizza or Wood fired Pizza Pub Share Plates Steak Theatre Restaurant Vegan Vegetarian
LicensingFully licensed, No BYO
Disabled AssistanceCaters for challenges with learning and communication Wheelchair access