Imperial Hotel

  • Sydney’s Imperial Hotel Has Been Sold, Is Likely To Reopen
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    Sydney’s Imperial Hotel Has Been Sold, Is Likely To Reopen

    After weeks of uncertainty, The Imperial Hotel in the Sydney suburb of Erskinville has been sold, and its new owners are keen to reopen the venue after consultations with locals. As SX News reports, The Imperial Hotel’s new owners are restaurateurs Fraser Short (of Morrison’s Bar and Grill and Watson’s Bay Hotel) and Scott Leach

  • Tenants Booted As Doors Remain Closed At Sydney’s Imperial Hotel
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    Tenants Booted As Doors Remain Closed At Sydney’s Imperial Hotel

    The owner of Sydney’s embattled Imperial Hotel has confirmed speculation of the venue’s indefinite closure along with the news that the venue’s current tenants Spice Group International have been booted, as the hotel’s immediate future remains unclear. Reports Fairfax, The Imperial’s owner Shadd Danesi is in negotiations with the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing

  • Sydney’s Imperial Hotel To Close Indefinitely
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    Sydney’s Imperial Hotel To Close Indefinitely

    The Imperial Hotel in the Sydney suburb of Erskineville is set to close indefinitely, according to sources close to the venue. Speculation on social media also suggests that keys to The Imperial Hotel will be handed over on Monday and all of the hotel’s staff members have been sent an email informing them they are

  • Sydney’s Imperial Hotel Forced To Close, Again
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    Sydney’s Imperial Hotel Forced To Close, Again

    Just a month after a police raid shut down the venue upon allegedly found staff using drugs on site while working, Sydney’s Imperial Hotel has been slapped with a second 72 hour closure order. The Erskineville venue, made famous by being featured in seminal Australian film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, has

  • Sydney Lockout Laws Creep To The Inner West, Hit Erskineville’s The Imperial
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    Sydney Lockout Laws Creep To The Inner West, Hit Erskineville’s The Imperial

    Because none of us are responsible human beings worthy of having fun within our own means, Sydney’s hefty suite of alcohol service laws seem to be here to stay and are now beginning to creep further outside its initial CBD-only zone, with inner-west pub The Imperial announcing it is now operating within similar service restrictions.

  • Sydney’s Imperial Hotel Forced To Close Over Drug Offences
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    Sydney’s Imperial Hotel Forced To Close Over Drug Offences

    Landmark venue, the Imperial Hotel in Erskineville has been forced to shut its doors for 72 hours, effective 7pm Friday, after a targeted operation by NSW police allegedly found staff using drugs on site while working. The operation was conducted by NSW Police, in conjunction with the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing (OLGR), after

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