Natural wines, live music and fried chicken.
Newtown and Marrickville don't have it all. Here's proof.
Enmore has traditionally played second fiddle to Newtown and its commercial strips; but a slew of new cafes are overturning that perception.
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The first solo venture from pastry maestro Andy Bowdy and his partner, ex-Hartsyard manager Maddison Howes.
Bright-green felafel, rolls stuffed with charcoal lamb and a Cairo brunch.
A Turkish meze bar hidden in a former hair salon is serving charcoal meats, Turkish booze and street food.
A local Italian restaurant with an even more local focus.
This social enterprise serves soft-shell crab roti-tacos with mango salsa as well as more traditional home-style food, alongside punchy, spice-driven cocktails.
Where Sydney’s taxi drivers go for late-night Pakistani.
An all-vegan Thai restaurant with “fish” curry and a special take on “Buffalo wings”.
A beloved, family run restaurant in Enmore is doing casual street food just like they would eat at home.
A highlight destination for date night: tiki cocktails, low lighting and a red velvet curtain.
This classic, family friendly pub pours local brews and could have the greenest beer garden in the inner west.
Like sitting in the living room of a rather pleasant and interesting coffee fanatic.
A family run gelato bar serving artisan ice cream.
Oversized New York-Style Pizzas. Order by the slice or walk away with a 22-inch pie.
Natural wines, elevated pub food and “ugly old-man gambling chairs”.
Record store by day, bar by night – this New Orleans-style juke joint oozes cool.
A pub, Chinese restaurant and cocktail bar in one. Trust Merivale to be behind this one.
Probably the only place you can get a sake negroni, chicken-skin skewers, a Japanese egg sandwich and a biodynamic Nebbiolo.
New South Wales' oldest running live music venue.
Everything you need for your bike, plus beer and espresso.
The third in a mini-chain of popular Israeli eateries.