Glebe maintains an extraordinary village atmosphere for what is essentially one long main road pressed between blocks of tiny terraces. We’ve picked out a few favourites and gems among the many excellent shops and cafes which abound.
Okay, so Newtown has been done to death. You know King Street like the back of your hand and while there’s always something to do, you’ve probably done it before. Well we’ve picked ten places which might make for a different detour during your travels up and down King Street.
South End Cafe – Located at the very tip of King Street, ... [Read more]
Lavazza Italian Film Festival
Luckily you can enjoy the best of Italian cinema right on your doorstep with the Lavazza Italian Film Festival launching today at the Palace Norton Street and Verona cinemas.
This year’s line up ... [Read more]
Silent Dinner Parties
Why is it that you always end up seated next to the most opinionated person at a dinner party? You know the type – they’re an expert on everything from the Sydney property market to parenting. You just want to tell them to zip it (or worse).
What if you could in fact mute everyone at the table? Welcome ... [Read more]
With a Redfern renaissance well underway, Tea Parlour adds itself to the suburb’s line-up of intriguing and quirky haunts. As the name alludes, the focus here is on ... [Read more]
True to its name, Corridor is a narrow pigeonhole-in-the wall. Blink and you might miss it. A dark wooden and dimly lit converted terrace with eclectic art adorning the walls, it fits perfectly into nouveau Newtown.
The friendly bar staff boast some of the tastiest cocktails around. Pick ... [Read more]
La Banette Opens in Glebe
La Banette, the French patisserie with a cult following, opened its doors on Glebe Point Road last week and there’s only one word to describe it “Délicieuse!”
Stepping inside the store is like stepping into a gorgeous provincial-style farmhouse. Think wooden doors, stone washed walls and more opera cakes, éclairs and custard tarts than you can say ... [Read more]
Kazbah: Rocking Once Again
For nearly a month, Inner-West devotees were deprived of their weekend brunch feasts. But they (and Sydneysiders from all postcodes) are now breathing a sigh of relief. The Middle Eastern aromas are wafting from Kazbah once more.
Reopening last month, fans were finally able to marvel at Kazbah’s renovations and extensions, which have been a long time coming; Owner ... [Read more]