THE OUTDOOR dining precinct in Parramatta Square is set to open on October 21, offering an exciting range of dining options.
Walker Corporation’s $3.2B redevelopment of Parramatta Square is one of Australia's largest urban renewal projects.
The precinct will act as the meeting point and hub for the city, transforming Parramatta into one of Sydney’s fastest-growing regions.
Parramatta Square will see some of Sydney's largest hospitality names make the move to Western Sydney for the first time.
The precinct has already welcomed Australian cult burger shack Betty’s Burgers, and the Japanese inspired salad bar, Fishbowl, having both opened their doors last month.
On Wednesday, October 21, the public domain will see Bondi’s neighbourhood Osteria, CicciaBella open their second venue and first in Western Sydney.
Restaurateur / Entrepreneur, Maurice Terzini said: “Parramatta Square is an incredibly exciting development, revitalising the city centre and creating a new culinary experience in Parramatta.”
The team behind Surry Hills’ Nour, Henrietta and Cuckoo Callay (Newtown & Surry Hills) will also be opening their first venue in Parramatta, LILYMU.
Rivareno Gelato will also open its doors in the precinct. Hailing from Bologna, Italy, Rivareno Gelato is an intense, creamy and velvety experience, with the gelato unrivalled for the intensity of its flavours.
For retailers, the popular florist Rose & Co will be opening in the square. Known for their stunning range of flowers from roses, elegant orchids or fragrant lilies, Rose & Co has a large selection to accommodate all occasions. Located within the retail rail link, the train passage opened at the end of 2019 and is expected to see up to 60,000 people a day.