Prepare to feast your eyes (and your bellies): a new foodie laneway is coming in the form of Park Lane, within the Everton Plaza redevelopment. Bucking the trend of conventional sprawling supermarkets and cookie-cutter centre designs, Everton Plaza will return to its roots as a retail village with authentic experiences.
All of your favourite sights and smells will finally be in one spot, with Corbett & Claude, Comuna Cantina, 5 Boroughs, Stellarossa and Neighbourhood Market Co among the first off the ranks to secure prime positions in the centre and lane. If we don’t already live on the north side, we’re certainly considering it now!
With modern design elements mixed with old-school vibes and plenty of greenery, every corner of Park Lane will offer something new, intended to be an authentic laneway experience and place of discovery, with plenty of spots to capture the perfect Insta shot.
Corbett & Claude and Comuna Cantina are set to unite in a multi-level, multi-branded concept venue which will open out onto the lane and feature its very own rooftop deck overlooking the surrounding suburbs. Sounds like a perfect place for a sunset cocktail to us!
“We’re excited to be doing something unique with this venue,” says the owner of the establishments, Tim Johnson.
“We’re putting both of our award-winning brands together to offer different menus and experiences under the one roof. Think Italian flare, Latin street food and a colloquial Queensland rooftop deck, all at one address.”
“This development really has the makings of something great,” says 5 Boroughs owner Todd Clayton, who’ll be bringing their signature American-inspired overloaded burgers, and plenty of melted cheese to the laneway.
“A true destination for locals to escape into a different world where there’ll be plenty of delicious food options and activities to do.”
Neighbourhood Market Co will be the place to find the perfect avocado, stocking the freshest sourced produce and plenty of deli goods, while Stellarossa is set to become café for your daily caffeine needs.
While the Plaza will be activated throughout the year with an impressive line-up of food festivals, music events and local community engagements, Park Lane is on track to open by the end of the year. We’ll be struggling to pick just one place in the lane to eat – summer bod be damned!
Images: Everton Plaza
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