Public Bar

Beer Garden
Live Music
Sunday Roast 2

The Charo has been an eastern suburbs favourite since 1857.

Initially built by Convict William Newland who gained his freedom in 1833 and borrowed £600 to build the Charing Cross Hotel.

In the early days the hotel was used as Waverley Council Chambers and School of Arts hall.

These days, the pub has had a rejuvenation as a seamless drinking and dining venue, delivering a contemporary European menu and a wide variety of tap beers, ciders & wines.