The licensed premises consists of an open plan floor restaurant which was been fully refurbished with folding door/window features directly onto Carey’s Lane. The ground floor is equipped with commercial kitchen, cold room and restroom whilst the first floor comprises of stage area, dance floor and elevated bar and seating facilities.The vaulted ceiling dates back to 1921 when it operated as The Pavilion Cinema and the ornate plaster mouldings have been retained. The second floor consists of a smoking facility, stores and office.
This substantial entertainment complex is situated midway on the western side of Carey’s Lane, which links Paul Street and Patrick’s Street, being Cork’s prime retail street. The immediate area is a well-known dedicated hospitality area of Cork City which hosts numerous restaurants such as Coqbull, Amicus, Nando’s, The Linen Weaver (Wetherspoons), Café Mexicana, Ali’s Kitchen, Bunsen (opening soon), Costa Coffee, Loving Salads, etc. Adjoining retailers include Tesco, Boots, Waterstones and 740 car spaces in Paul Street Shopping Centre.