It’s last call at House of Lulu White, the cornerstone of South Yarra’s bottomless brunch scene.
The cherished venue will shut its doors after the final service this Sunday, June 11th, in preparation for a complete transformation. A chapter closes on a venue renowned for redefining Melbourne’s brunch culture, but the story is far from over.
House of Lulu White, under the aegis of the Legacy Hospitality Group, has been delighting Melbourne’s brunch enthusiasts for over seven years. The upcoming weekends on June 3rd, 4th, 10th, and 11th serve as the final opportunities for its dedicated patrons to relish their signature breakfasts and cocktail menu one last time.
Ben Avramides, the helmsman at the Legacy Hospitality Group, cherishes the legacy of House of Lulu White. He feels a tinge of sadness as the venue closes, but shares an infectious optimism about its future. Avramides believes that this shift, although significant, will help them pivot to Melbourne’s growing demand for unique and flexible hospitality spaces.
“House of Lulu White has been a love letter to the neighbourhood,” Avramides states. “We’ve poured heart and soul into it, and the unwavering support from our devoted fans has made every moment worthwhile.”
With the grand farewell approaching, Avramides extends a heartfelt invitation to House of Lulu White devotees for one last memorable brunch. He assures that although it’s a goodbye to their beloved format, they look forward to welcoming their patrons back to a vibrant, redesigned experience that’s set to invigorate Melbourne’s hospitality scene.
Located at 4 Yarra St, South Yarra, House of Lulu White will serve its famous bottomless brunches one last time on the first two weekends of June. Enthusiasts are encouraged to reserve their spots via their website for a chance to bid adieu to this beloved institution, and to anticipate the dawn of its exciting new chapter.