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Bel & Brio closure, Barangaroo: Sad twist in downfall of harbourside restaurant


Former staff at a once thriving Sydney restaurant have lashed out at the owner over alleged pay disputes – as their hopes of ever getting any money back are likely dashed forever with its parent company going into liquidation.

Bel & Brio, at Barangaroo in the city’s CBD, along with its fine dining venue Corso Brio was once making $90,000 a day, drawing in countless customers for its ‘eco-elegance and a luxuriously captivating ambience’.

The Italian restaurant had been a popular dining spot in the area since its launch in 2016 but was forced to close this month owing $1.8million to Lendlease in unpaid rent.

Now ex-employees at the restaurant have said it was no surprise the business went under, laying the blame at the feet of its 38-year-old director Mark Richerdson.

Mark Richerdson is the owner of Bel & Brio, an Italian restaurant in Sydney's CBD that was recently shut because it owed $1.8million in unpaid rent

Mark Richerdson is the owner of Bel & Brio, an Italian restaurant in Sydney’s CBD that was recently shut because it owed $1.8million in unpaid rent

Three ex-employees at the high-end venue spoke to Daily Mail…



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