After it was forced to close down earlier this year, The Imperial Hotel’s wizard themed pop up has reopened with a delicious magical brunch!

When The Imperial Rooftop was forced to close its hugely popular pop-up bar we were devastated, but now thanks to some clever rebranding (most importantly the removal of references to a certain copyrighted wizard) a magical brunch is about to hit Melbourne!

Located just beside The Princess Theatre, where the sell out show Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has taken up residence, the brunch sounds like the perfect way to get yourself in the mood for magic.

Accio Pancakes!

If the theme alone isn’t enough to lure you in, the menu should seal the deal. Featuring Alakazam Avo (also known as smashed avocado), Hocus Pocus Hotcakes (scrumptious ricotta hotcakes) and for the health conscious, a Bibbidi-Bobbidi Breakfast Salad (featuring soft boiled eggs).

As with any good brunch, the bar is close to hand offering up cauldrons of mulled wine and hot toddy’s with tea leaves so you can see what the future has in store.

For just $60 a person, you can get yourself two hours of uninterrupted wizarding fun including a brunch dish of your choice as well as unlimited beer, wine and cocktails. Sounds like a good deal to us!

Day To Night

If brunch isn’t your thing, the Imperial Rooftop’s wizard themed bar is open every day from 11am until late, with a fewer Harry Potter inspired attractions but just as much magic and whimsy.

Now that the intellectual property issue has been sorted, we are so glad to see The Imperial Rooftop make a comeback with what is guaranteed to be an unmissable brunch!

Are you planning to visit The Imperial Rooftop now it is back in business? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Fantastic marketing idea for this restaurant.

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  • This sounds awesome. There are so many themes they could do for adults and children.

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  • It needs to incorporate ideas from several movies,shows etc. not just one and not exactly the same as any theme so as not to incur legal action again

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  • This is my idea of fun! I would love it

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  • I need to go there.

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  • My daughter would love this!!!

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  • For Potter fans that looks like a heap of fun

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  • Looks so much fun! I wish they’d open in other States ….

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  • this is great, if only it wasn’t just in melbourne.

    I would love a place like that in brisbane that did themed dinners like Alice in Wonderland, Harry Potter, etc that you could take children too – it would be lots of fun!

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  • This looks amazing and my daughter would absolutely love it. I would love to see other themed dining adventures that are based on books, movies etc.

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  • Looks like lots of fun!

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  • Sounds like fun. Out of my neighbourhood though.

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  • Sounds like quite an experience! I’d go if someone shouted me haha 2 hour drive makes it something for a special occasion.

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  • A wizard themed brunch sounds like a wonderful and fun time.


    • Surely a must for fans of Harry Potter!

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  • This sounds like a lot of fun. To dine or have a drink their would be awesome.

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