Merivale has continued its commitment to Sydney’s hospitality sector with the purchase of the Noble Canteen (previously Trumps Tavern) at 50 King Street, Sydney.
The King Street site, due to open late April, will be transformed into an art-based pop-up bar, curated by Darwin-based pop artist Frank Gohier and Glenn Barkley, a former Senior Curator at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
The bar will serve up traditional Thai street food by head chef Air Jantrakool, accompanied by a short cocktail menu.
James Hemmes, CEO of Merivale, says the brand is enthusiastic about the new venture.
“Merivale is committed to investing in great properties and creating fantastic venues across Sydney. We are really excited about the acquisition of 50 King Street and our plans for the site.”
The Merivale Group also owns Sydney’s Ivy, where leading stylist Brad Ngata has his flagship salon.
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