Tags: live music, pub grub, parking, wheelchair access, wine, djs
Cosy, simple and inviting, the Comfortable Chair certainly lives up to its name. Step inside this homely spot and you'll discover a barscape coated in op-shop styling; it's filled with overstuffed, retro sofas and grandpa armchairs, sourced straight out of the '60s, '70s, and God knows when.
Yes, Comfortable Chair hangout possesses a serious lounge-room feel. A visit to the Chair is like a trip into a chilled little house party. Expect snug corners, plenty of lounging action, vintage light shades, coin-operated tabletop games, exposed brick wall bits and the odd shiny disco ball thrown in for good measure. The Chair may be a little frayed around the edges, but that's just part of its appeal.
Comfortable Chair feels just like your living room, but with cheap jugs of beer on tap and more cushiony seating options. The food is hearty, well-priced pub-style gear, and there are lighter snacks and tapas available too, so settle in, read the latest headlines from one of the 50 year-old newspapers covering the walls, and make yourself comfortable.