Oran Park Tavern plans released

The owners of the future Oran Park Hotel have announced that they are hoping to build a second pub in the suburb.

Momento Hospitality, operators of the Bella Vista Hotel, have released plans for the new Oran Park Tavern.

Momento chief executive Marcello Colosimo said the new tavern would have a very different feel to the $38 million Oran Park Hotel, which was approved by the Sydney Western City Planning Panel last year.

"We consider Oran Park Hotel to be one the best high-end pubs in NSW, Oran Park Tavern will have more of a neighbourhood feel to it," he said.

"The hotel is a three-storey premium venue with a high-end steakhouse, a gold class cinema and a rooftop bar.

"Oran Park Tavern will have an in-house brewery and a smoked meat concept restaurant called Fire and Brimstone, where we will sell everything from brisket to whole pigs.

"It will have rooms for private functions and a kids play area too."

Mr Colosimo said the new pub would have a 'friendly' feel.

"We wanted to create a homely, neighbourhood-style pub that the community would be proud to call its own," he said.

"We also wanted to make beer brewed right here in Oran Park.

"This will be the third brewery we have opened so we'll be able to make beer, non-alcoholic beer, ginger beer, seltzers and some spirits."

Momento Hospitality has submitted a development application to Camden Council for approval.

Mr Colosimo said he expected the approval and construction process to take at least three years.

"It's hard to say how fast approvals will happen but we are aiming to start construction on Oran Park Hotel in the very near future, so hopefully by the time that that is done we will be able to start on the tavern," he said.

Mr Colosimo said he chose to build another pub in Oran Park because he loved the area.

"We just love it out there - it's growing so fast and it's a fantastic place," he said.

"We love working with the Perich family and Greenfields, it has been a real pleasure.

"We love being able to build these projects from the ground up because we believe pubs are the centrepiece of a community where people meet to celebrate special occasions.

"We want to build a place that people will love to come and visit."