New Sydney’s new roadhouse will be able to serve as a cinema, with a view to one day opening at the city’s South Bank.
The Roadhouse Cinema, located at 447 Brunswick St, is due to open this month.
The building has already been used as a film theatre for the past six years, and it will be the first cinema in Sydney to offer seating for moviegoers.
The roadhouse’s opening is part of a multi-million-dollar expansion planned for the South Bank that includes a new cinema and a cinema-style theatre, including a bar.
The new cinema will be a 12-screen building, which will include an eight-screen cinema.
It will also feature a restaurant and cafe.
It is expected that the Roadhouse will cater for a range of ages, with the bar serving drinks in an outdoor area.
Roadhouse Cinemas have already been offering a range to the public.
In 2015, they offered a free cinema card to anyone who had booked a movie ticket, but that offer has since been discontinued.
Roadhouses are popular with families and friends who are looking for a quieter, more intimate experience.
It’s also known for its food, which is made in-house and is available for purchase from the cafe.