Locali by Romeo, the new food market opening in Sydney. Image: Brookfield Properties
  • A European style market is set to open in the heart of Sydney
  • In an Australian first, Locali by Romeo will offer much more than just groceries
  • The grocer is set to officially open its doors in September

While travelling to Europe is out of the question, for the time being, experiencing a European Market is now right on our doorstep.

Opening in just a few months Locali by Romeo will be located in the up and coming Brookfield Place in Sydney’s CBD.

Brookfield Place Sydney will be based in a 27-level tower. This development will be one of only six Brookfield Places worldwide.  6000 square metres will be dedicated to retail space such as Locali.

‘Locali’ – named after the ‘locals’ it will serve aims to create a sense of community in the Sydney CBD.

Family-owned Romeo Retail Group are offering a concept new to Australia. The fresh food market cross food court will offer a range of unique experiences. These include cooking classes, flower arrangement tutorials and cheese and wine appreciations classes.

The European-style market will boast a cheese room, florist and sushi bar along with authentic Italian pizza, fresh butcher and fishmonger. The liquor store will have wine tasting opportunities.

Joseph Romeo, Owner and Director of Romeo Retail Group promises to “…transform the way that Sydney-siders purchase groceries forever.”

 “Locali brings the beloved traditional Italian grocer to the heart of Wynyard with a modern and stylish twist.”

Bridget Fea, National Retail Director, Brookfield Properties, said: “We are excited to bring style and innovation to what is a completely re-energised Wynyard precinct.”

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