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Clooney

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»» Fine dining


Business Type: Top Spot for a Top Dinner

Overview

In October 2006 owner Tony Stewart in collaboration with Fearon Hay Architects transformed a derelict warehouse space into a spectacular dining room, creating a completely unique dining experience. Clooney is the ultimate demonstration of fearless de

Address: 33 Sale Street, Freemans Bay Auckland, New Zealand 1010 Auckland City

Phone: view phone+6493581702

Website: http://www.clooney.co.nz

E-mail: send an e-mail

Description

The beautiful restaurant once only a concrete frame and block work warehouse, has been reinterpreted to showcase how a marriage of materials comes together to create one harmonious restaurant and bar space. The curvaceous forms, luxurious fabrics and fine textures complete the design and create a space that is sophisticated, sleek and elegant. Design elements complement each other without the need to conceal. The space and materials communicate this to each other and complete the design without overpowering one or the other. All design elements come together evoking a feeling of belongingness while providing intimacy within a magnificent interior.

Numerous awards over the past six years have sung the praises of Clooney and their consistency to outstanding cuisine, service, wine and the dining experience.

Hours of work

Tue - Thu: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Fri: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sat - Sun: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Locations

33 Sale Street Freemans Bay Auckland, New Zealand

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