Solotel announces new venue for Queensland
Solotel is set to launch it’s newest Queensland venue in December. The new addition to the hospitality group’s stable of restaurants, pubs and bars will open in Southbank’s Southpoint development on Grey Street.
Little Big House will occupy a heritage listed Queenslander, originally built in 1889. A blend of old and new, the space will feature palm trees, foliage, verandas, fairy lights and an iconic façade.
“We, and indeed Brisbane, are excited to see this very talented team bring Collins Place back to life, being such an important part of our local history and a real hero piece for Southpoint,” says developer Tony John, of the Anthony John Group.
Solotel director Bruce Solomon said location as well as the building’s history and aesthetic were behind the group’s decision to open their third Brisbane venue in Southpoint.
“Southbank is a premier destination – and we’re really excited to bring a fun new experience to the area,” says Solomon. “This is my third venture in Brisbane with Matt and we can’t wait for the locals to see what’s inside. The building and its history really demanded we create something special.”
The drinks menu will emphasise quality local QLD seasonal ingredients, while food will focus on authentic rotisserie roasted chicken, meats and seafood.
Founded in 1986, Solotel merged with five Matt Moran restaurants and an events business in 2016. The group now operates a total of 30 venues across Brisbane and Sydney.