Rivoli is proud to introduce ‘nineteenforty’, a new bar situated on the Rivoli rooftop. Offering panoramic views of Camberwell & Hawthorn, the rooftop bar compliments the gorgeous art-deco architecture with a garden inspired fit out. This venue is perfect for sipping champagne in summer or curling up under umbrellas and heaters in the winter.
The space is perfect for cocktail events, product launches, conferences, birthday parties, engagement parties and it can even be transformed to accommodate a sit down banquet. You can even use the bar after your private screening at Village Cinemas Rivoli to network with your clients or hire it exclusively to screen your favourite sporting event.
With unparalleled views and service to match, make sure you host your next function at the Nineteenforty rooftop bar.
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