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Hinchcliff House Is Circular Quay’s New Mega-Venue Inside a Heritage Wool Store – Concrete Playground



A four-storey mega-venue has opened in the heart of Sydney’s Circular Quay, adding four unique venues to the harbourside CBD suburb. The new four-storey Hinchcliff House has overtaken the heritage Hinchcliff Wool Stores, a huge sandstone structure dating back to the 1860’s that has been restored and revived as part of the ever-evolving Quay Quarter.

Two of the Hinchcliff House’s four venues are now open to the public, with the other two set to follow suit in May. Grana, located on the ground floor of the former wool store, is an all-day Italian restaurant and bakery, while Apollonia is a low-light cocktail bar in the venue’s lower-ground.

Head to Grana early for a taste of its breakfast treats. Think blue swimmer crab omelette or a…

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