Melbourne’s largest new community hub is coming to the doorstep of Queen Vic Market, at the corner of Queen and Therry streets. This $500 million development, known as the Munro site, will feature a three-level library, boutique hotel, affordable housing, residential apartments and 2500m² of open space. And now, five new hospitality venues have been confirmed for the precinct, and will open their doors in the coming months.
Munro site at Queen Vic Market
New venues at the Munro development include:
- Brick Lane Market – an immersive craft beer experience from Melbourne independent brewer, Brick Lane Brewing. Taking over two-levels, this place will serve up a range of diverse beer styles, as well as a food menu that highlights local and fresh produce.
- ST. ALi & The Queen – specialty coffee roasters ST. ALi will offer breakfast and lunch. Then, in the evening, they will switch over to refreshing cocktails.
- Moonfishh – this Albert Park sushi destination will offer a sensory sushi experience with fresh and seasonal market produce
- Market Lane Coffee – this specialty coffee roaster will open its third café in the market precinct. Expect high-quality coffee, with a focus on sustainable sourcing and ethical practices.
- Only Mine Chocolate – this bespoke chocolatier is opening its first city location at the Munro site. Get ready for decadent and handmade chocolate delights.
This new hospitality venues will join ReWine, a sustainable wine and bottle shop that has already opened on the Munro precinct.
The Munro site will open for all seven days of the week, both day and night. “The Munro development represents an energising new chapter for the Queen Victoria Market precinct, building upon 144 years of trading history,” said Stan Liacos, Chief Executive Officer of Queen Vic Market.
“The calibre of food and drink operators joining the Munro development is outstanding and we are thrilled to welcome this new collective of businesses as market neighbours later this year,” he added. “Many of these operators have strong existing relationships and history within the market.”
More details about the other upcoming tenants will be released in the future. For more information, click here.