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Having operated for nearly 60 years, the Piccolo Bar is one of Kings Cross' survivors. It's had it's fair share of publicity over the decades and if ""Underbelly"" had it's way, they'd probably build a replica of it rather than use it's original character. Rather than trash the place on commercial TV, we have had great, positive interest from the ABC.
Recently, the Piccolo has had a day of filming the legal drama ""Rake"" detailing the life of barrister Charles Waterstreet, one of our customers. The first film session involved actors like Lisa McCune and Richard Roxburgh. Coming soon are film days with the likes of Hugo Weaving and Noah Taylor and director Rachel Ward. we are looking forward to the future gatherings which have become more of a social event rather than film set. One thing we ask is that Vittorio doesn't give away the props. They need them to give the impression the actors are eating.