Melbourne venue to close ahead of $4m rebrand

10 January, 2017 by
Danielle Bowling

Melbourne’s The Long Room will close its doors on 28 January ahead of an extensive $4 million renovation and rebrand.

Located on Collins Street, The Long Room has been in operation for 10 years and was one of the CBD’s first late night establishments.

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Scheduled to reopen in May 2017, interior designers, Hecker Guthrie and creative design team, Studio Round are working on the renovation, which will also involve a rename and  an overhaul of the food and beverage offering.

When it reopens, the establishment will operate seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails late into the night, with Champagne brunches hosted on weekends.

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General manager Natalie Butler said “Melbourne is an incredible city, and a true hub for dining and drinking destinations. To keep up with this movement, The Long Room must undergo a thorough refurbishment to ensure that it continues to prevail as one of Melbourne’s most exclusive destinations. We’re incredibly excited for what the next era holds.”

 

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