Dining and Retail Tenants for the Newly Refurbished Bondi Pavilion Have Just Been Announced
The team behind Circular Quay's new multi-level venue Hinchcliff House is set to open an all-day cafe, bakery and bistro in the newly renovated pavilion.
Tenancy of the Shop Four site within the precinct was awarded to House Made Hospitality's Scott Brown, Justin Newton and Stephen Seckold. Waverley Council announced the list of dining and retail tenants for the soon-to-open precinct earlier this month.
Bondi Promenade will serve coffee and freshly-baked goods to beachgoers while offering a casual bistro dining experience featuring charcoal seafood and vegetables, with something available "for everyone and at every price point", according to Brown.
Light healthy breakfast options, pizza-style flatbreads and seasonal fruit gelatos designed for a summer's day are all planned for the venue's menu.
Other tenants at the building include clothing brand Between the Flags, previous tenant Surfish Cafe and Glory Days Bondi, a sister venue of North Sydney's Glory Days from the owners of Glorietta and Woolpack Hotel.
"The Bondi Pavilion is truly an iconic building and we're excited to be opening our doors here with Glory Days, with a design that is both fresh and respectful of this incredible heritage building," Glory Days' Aaron Crinis said.
The restoration and conservation of Bondi Pavilion was first announced back in 2015 and is now set to be completed early next year with expansive refurbishments to the building and its existing rooms, plus a new grand entrance and new toilets, showers and change rooms.
The full plan for the historic building includes several new cultural facilities alongside the improvements made on the building's facade and facilities, with the beachside spot set to feature a new art gallery, community radio station, pottery studio and a flexible cultural space.
Bondi Pavilion is located at Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach and is set to reopen early next year. You can stay up-to-date with the building's refurbishment at the Waverley Council's website.
Published on October 28, 2021 by Ben Hansen