Merivale to open Good Luck Restaurant Lounge in Sydney – hospitality

Slated to open in Sydney in early 2024, Merivale has introduced its newest venue Good Luck Restaurant Lounge.

The venue can be positioned within the basement of the historic Burns Philip & Co constructing on Sydney CBD’s Bridge Road which Merivale CEO Justin Hemmes bought through the pandemic.

Good Luck Restaurant Lounge will ship a nod to Merivale Government Chef Mike Eggert’s Good Luck Pinbone pop-up that he operated in 2017 previous to becoming a member of Merivale.

Alongside Merivale CEO Justin Hemmes, Eggert has been engaged on Good Luck Restaurant Lounge for nearly three years with the imaginative and prescient of transporting company again in time to the 1970’s Tokyo underground scene.

“Pinbone, leaned into a mixture of Italian and Chinese language delicacies however Good Luck takes extra inspiration from Tokyo. Suppose Totti’s however then add soy, dashi, vinegar with contemporary herbs, citrus and chilli. It’s only a enjoyable identify and who doesn’t take a bet when opening a venue?” says Eggert.

“It’s going to be a enjoyable vibe, possibly a bit wild however not stuffy or elitist. It’s obtained that really feel the place you’ll lose observe of time…it’s simply nice meals with a facet of get together.”

Good Luck Pinbone was the work of Eggert and Jemma Whiteman that ran in Sydney’s Kensington for 10 months from 2016-2017.

Eggert then joined Merivale in 2018 to launch the much-loved Totti’s in Bondi Seashore, which has now expanded to the Sydney CBD, Rozelle, and most just lately Victoria’s Lorne.

Good Luck Restaurant Lounge is slated to open in early 2024.

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