The Dining Hall
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The Dining Hall

Shopping Centre
Interior Designer:
The Uncarved Block

The GPT Group’s Melbourne Central has launched the first stage of a $30 million redevelopment with the opening of The Dining Hall - a unique food precinct.

The Dining Hall is home to more than 14 of Melbourne Central's newest food retailers offering freshly made to order meals and food to go in a unique, premium and relaxed eating environment.

The Dining Hall's distinct design continues Melbourne Central's commitment to creating best in class experiences for our customers.  Featuring high quality finishes include a stunning mosaic feature wall and a mix of seating styles including the marble communal Dining Table this precinct has elevated casual dining to a new level.

The Dining Hall is intended to deliver "ever-better outcomes for retailers and shoppers alike," enhancing the centre by delivering a vibrant new food experience. The Dining Hall will offer a wide range of fast food, freshly made and casual dining options in a contemporary, natural light-filled space with five different seating areas including two terraces.

The stylish new food court should become a major draw card to the centre, located on the corner of Swanston and LaTrobe Sts in the CBD, a short walk from the newly revamped Myer Melbourne and the David Jones stores.

As well as servicing CBD workers and shoppers The Dining Hall will be a natural hub for many university students studying near Melbourne Central, offering free WiFi access and a relaxed environment for customers to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack on the go.

Uncarved Block designed elements including an intricate butterfly mosaic feature-wall, unique precincts within the space and a newly-created entrance from Elizabeth St.

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