A development in Western Sydney is set to become the latest addition to Parramatta’s growing night-time economy.

A host of new venues will open to the public next year, including three evening-trading restaurants and a bar at V by Crown Group on Macquarie Street.

Joining the already announced Burger Project, two new dining outlets – The Shed caf and Shakudo Japanese restaurant – will open on the ground-level of V by Crown Group early next year.

A level-26 cocktail bar with views of Sydney’s CBD and the Harbour Bridge is set to be Parramatta’s highest bar when it opens next year.

Crown Group CEO Iwan Sunito said Australia was witnessing Parramatta emerge as true city of the future.

“Parramatta is already attracting the best and brightest executives during the day and V by Crown Group will help entice a record number of visitors contributing significantly to the city’s night-time economy next year,” Sunito said.

“Done well, Parramatta’s night-time venues will be a drawcard for domestic and international tourism, and provide many opportunities for economic growth and benefit.”

The three restaurants at V by Crown Group are set to open in Autumn 2017, with the level-26 bar to open later in the year.

Administrator of City of Parramatta Amanda Chadwick said it was an exciting time for Parramatta.

“Parramatta is a vibrant and diverse city that offers a wide range of experiences for locals and visitors alike. Council is very happy to see continuing growth in the number of quality food offerings in our city, which serves to confirm and reinforce Parramatta’s reputation as a true food and events destination,” Chadwick said.

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