Rosemont Hall’s new vibe

The team behind local success story Sunnys Shop have expanded their offering next door. Set in a classic Art Deco building in the heart of Prospect, Rosemont Hall now houses Cantonese food outlet Mr Chan, eclectic Thai restaurant Sunnys Shop and a cocktail and coffee bar. The idyllic laneway and garden is the perfect spot for casual get-togethers, which the community can enjoy day or night.

Rosemont Hall opened it’s doors to the public on 16 November, so pop in soon!

Interestingly, the business sourced inspiration from Prospect Local History Group to brand their new venture. With the assistance of Lesley Attema, an inquiry into the shop’s heritage solved the mystery of the building’s name, ‘Rosemont 1924’. Lesley’s research found that the Oates family lived in the building and were involved with the Rosemont Orchestra and Concert Party, and built the attached shop in 1924.

Aaron and the Rosemont Hall team take a creative approach and embrace the environment beyond their four walls and the result is a whole new vibe that customers love.

City of Prospect points to this as an exemplar of how collaboration between Council and property owners can stimulate mainstreet trade and activate Prospect Road after dark.

Council wants to encourage more night-time activity on the mainstreet. If you operate a business in this area and are interested in outdoor dining or business activation, contact our Economic Development team at: networkprospect@prospect.sa.gov.au

Rosemont Hall
106 Prospect Road
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