Staying true to the classic Richmond pub style, the exterior is mostly unchanged, and the interior is cavernous. The public bar is comfortable, open and inviting, well suited for the locals and those visiting from neighbouring suburbs to enjoy the classic pot and parma combination. The function space, aptly named The Eureka Room, is hidden in the back of the building. Set up with a band sized stage, and premium viewing from every angle (a handy remanent left from its heyday as a cabaret theatre restaurant) the room is flanked by a large kitchen and second bar. Colour schemed with classic blacks and greys, the room is versatile and transformable, and has the ability to host up to 600 standing or 250 for seated dining. After changing owners and purposes dozens of times over the years, the venue has now been nostalgically reinstated it’s original name, by a family that has owned and operated pubs in the area for three generations.