Urban Purveyor Group has lifted the veil of secrecy on its newest private dining rooms.
The Library Bar at The Alfred (Melbourne)
This new space caters to 30 guests, or 60 cocktail style. In keeping with the heritage features of the building, The Library retains an original fireplace, architraves, cornices, picture rails and mouldings.
Saké Flinders Lane (Melbourne)
Saké Flinders Lane has two private dining rooms: Matsu No Ma, which means pine forest and represents Japanese autumn, and caters to 12 guests, and Kiku No Ma, which means Chrysanthemum and represents Japanese spring, and caters to 18 diners.
Fratelli Fresh (Westfield Sydney)
This charming private dining room is named after legendary Italian actress Sophia Loren. Flooded with light from heritage arched windows, this gorgeous room features a lovely mural of the word ‘spaghetti’ sprawled across one wall, along with Loren’s well-known quote: ‘Everything you see, I owe to spaghetti’.
El Camino Cantina’s The 27 Club (Sydney)
This space spills onto a terrace overlooking The Argyle precinct’s cobblestone courtyard and caters to 30 guests seated, or 50 guests, cocktail style. Like the main dining room, The 27 Club is a neon-flooded, Tex-Mex infused, Rock ‘n’ Roll inspired late-night hangout.