So what’s happening with the stylish hub known for its cool cocktails, wicked wine and carefully considered food?
The windows are covered in brown paper and the notice says they’ll be open August 15.
According to Conti Business Brokers Director Enzo Conti, the venue has been bought by Thirroul Hospitality, which is owned by two local lawyers intent on bringing the venue back to life.
It’s believed the previous owners relocated to Mexico, leaving the venue in the hands of managers, before finally putting it on the market.
The bar and restaurant closed on July 1 and has since been undergoing a major overhaul. With loads of tradesmen crawling through the venue each day, it’s starting to get exciting.
“The guys are looking forward to breathing new life into Samuel’s,” says Enzo.
With an estimated $120,000 set to be injected into the re-birth, it’s looking good for local nightlife.
As their sign says “We look forward to seeing all the regular patrons at the new-look Samuels Restaurant and Bar and we hope we have not caused too much inconvenience. Management”
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