Rich, warm, and inviting. Sumac blends modern design with a Moroccan influence and sweeping curtains to create a sense of intimacy in a large space. Picture dark wooden hand etched floorboards, dark metal latticework and traditional Moroccan hanging lamps. A dramatic floor-to-ceiling cream curtain sweeps along one side of the room and a bronze mirrored bar stands at one end. The high-ceilinged space features luxurious rich tones – a reference to the spice from which Sumac takes its name.
Whether it be a formal sit down dinner or luxe cocktail extravaganza, this venue will showcase your vision perfectly.
An Atlantic Group venue.
Located on the Melbourne waterfront at Central Pier, Sumac is housed in the heritage-listed Shed 14. Easily adaptable to many different styles and tastes, daytime events highlight Sumacs natural beauty while by night the ambient chameleon is transformed by soft lighting.
Innovation, flavour and attention to detail forms every part of Atlantic Group’s services, from the hand crafted creation of each delectable appetiser to the seamless execution of a banquet for 1000 guests. With a strong focus on sustainability and in state-of-the-art kitchens built on site, Atlantic Group consistently creates the best tailored menus, on trend flavours, and food experiences with seasonal and locally sourced produce.
Sumac offers a culinary experience influenced by Moroccan and Middle Eastern cuisine, ensuring Sumac lives up to the example set by the land of its inspiration. The gently spiced menu includes an extensive array of plated dishes as well as an exciting mix of food stations and bars.
In-house microphone and lectern
Background music and ceiling speaker system
Dimmable house light control system
Truss loading each rigging point has a maximum load rating of 500kgs
Available at additional cost; high speed internet access, staging, projection, theatrical lighting, any audio visual equipment, pin spot lighting
Onsite car parking. Valet car parking available upon request. Parking is limited.
Excellent access to public transport with trams and nearby Southern Cross (formerly Spencer Street) Station.
Accommodation is available within close proximity to the venue