Everybody's consists of two grand Victorian buildings, containing two century-old movie theatres scarred by fire and neglect and left untouched for 50 years, which almost no one would have known existed until recently. It is fitting then that exactly 100 years after they were built, these grand old dames have another, although altogether different, time in the spotlight.
Accessible from both Queen St and Fort Lane via Imperial Lane, Imperial’s ambitious redesign encompasses all four levels of the heritage-listed building. On the first level you will find Everybody’s Bar & Bistro, a decidedly glamorous affair set amongst the decayed remnants of its former picture palace glory.
Reworked with an elaborate mezzanine level, plush booths, beautiful lighting, and a generous open-air courtyard located in the heart of the building, this space has a relaxed lounge atmosphere to while away hours with premium cocktails, beer or wine , and also boasts simply excellent casual bistro dining courtesy of wunderkind Sean Marshall’s team. Everybody’s… many feathers, many bows.
Lunch & dinner till late.