Print Hall revitalisation to breathe ‘boozy breath of fresh air’ into Perth CBDPosted by On

It was the biggest, flashiest, most champagne-swilling opening of the early noughties, and now Print Hall is back.

The former four-story complex of restaurants, a coffee roastery, bakery, bar and rooftop “playpen” re-opens to the public on February 15 after a long shutdown.

Print Hall’s bar at its opening in 2012.

Print Hall’s bar at its opening in 2012.

It will have a different look and a nightclub vibe from its new owners, night club entrepreneurs Night Owl Entertainment Group. They say the new look Print Hall will be “breathing a big boozy breath of fresh air into Brookfield Place”.

When the multi-level Print Hall complex first opened in September 2012, it was the big pockets of Computer Share billionaire Chris Morris that funded the multimillion-dollar transformation of the former newspaper building into the hottest new venue in the CBD.

It boasted name-brand chefs and sommeliers, an epic wine list and a fetching mix of sleek, recherche food in its signature restaurant Gazette; upscale bar food at its rooftop eyrie, Bob’s Bar; and some of the best South-East Asian street food in Perth at the Apple Daily restaurant.

Night Owl operates a number of WA venues including Amplifier Bar, Magnet House, Edison Bar, Metropolis nightclub in Fremantle, a number of Flight Club locations, the Breakwater Tavern at Hillarys, plus a handful of other venues from Fremantle to Joondalup.

Chairman David Heaton said he had hoped the renovations would have been completed by now, but “dealing with heritage people and all the…

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