Need hall hire at highly competitive rates? Catering for weddings, parties, fund raisers or other functions and events? Abundant stage space with storage and change facilities?
Whatever your needs, look no further than the Polish White Eagle Club. We’re close, convenient and chuffed that communities are utilising our space. Here’s what the Club offers at the moment:
White Eagle Club Bar
Did you know that Poland is the third largest producer of beer in Europe? With over 70 breweries across Poland today, Polish beers have become internationally renowned for their exceptional quality and diversity. At the White Eagle Club, we’re delighted to bring you the best selection of leading Polish brands you’ll find in Canberra – ales, malts, pilsners and others. Don’t worry about trying to pronounce the labels if you don’t speak Polish – our friendly staff will give you all the help you need whatever your preferred taste.
Polish vodkas, of course, need no introduction. Polish blends go back centuries – and at the Club we have a fine selection on offer. Folklore has it that the heart of the ‘vodka belt’ can be traced back to historic Polish lands that have shifted like sands with the tide of Europe’s turbulent history. Come and sample a taste at the club.
For the flavours of Central Europe in the heart of Canberra, try a range of traditional Polish dishes (including vegetarian dishes). There’s simply nothing quite like it elsewhere in town. It’s food for the soul, prepared from the soul.
The Polo Restaurant is open Wednesday to Saturday nights from 6 pm and every second Saturday on Continental Deli days from 11 am (check our What’s On page for dates). The Polo Restaurant also does events catering and is open by appointment on non-trading days. The restaurant is fast gaining a reputation as one of Canberra’s best value eateries.
We’re proud of our main hall: a fine example of Taglietti’s penchant for fusing functionality and comfort to please performers and audiences alike. The hall is 18 by 11 metres, has original and beautifully restored parquetry floors, abundant stage space, original drapes, ease of access for those with their own gear and a backstage change/green room. There’s movable seating for up to 120 people (including tables and chairs). For a view of the main hall in action (courtesy of the Canberra Musicians Club), click here.
Our Members Lounge has a collated range of classic and contemporary Polish language titles (fiction and non-fiction). For the retro-minded, there’s a collection of Polish-language VCRs. The collection is available to members and others by appointment.