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Decked Cafe & Bar | Paddington, Brisbane

Decked Cafe & Bar | Paddington, Brisbane

When I was a little girl, dawn was marked by the rattle and clink of the milko’s crate as he delivered a bottle or two of icy cold milk to the doorstep. The memory recently rose, like cream, to the surface of my mind as I sipped on an exceptionally good strawberry milkshake at Decked Café & Bar.

The Grounds of Alexandria | Alexandria, Sydney

The Grounds of Alexandria | Alexandria, Sydney

The Titanic of cafes Smack bang in the middle of Sydney’s industrial heartlands, in the shadow of Australia’s biggest airport, lies one of this city’s best new cafes. But to call the Grounds of Alexandria a cafe is like calling the Titanic a dinghy. No, dear friends, it is so much more than just a [...]

Five Sisters Art House Cafe | South Brisbane

Five Sisters Art House Cafe | South Brisbane

My big fat Greek success Instead of white-washed walls there’s colonial brick, and a bitumen side street in place of cobblestone paths. Otherwise, Five Sisters Art House Cafe could have been delivered directly by the Gods of Olympus from some Aegean idyll to the urban landscape of South Brisbane. Bounded by Melbourne Street and the [...]

Duchess of Spotswood | Melbourne

Duchess of Spotswood | Melbourne

For most Melburnians, Spotswood is one of those suburbs you’ve either never heard of, are familiar with only because you once visited Scienceworks as a kid, or vaguely remember from the 1992 eponymous film. So it’s about time this suburb on the western banks of the Yarra River was put on the map, and it’s all thanks to the most noble of cafes, the Duchess of Spotswood.

Cafe Bones | Sydney

Cafe Bones | Sydney

I’m not one to back down from a staring match, but it’s a little unsettling to have those eyes focused on your coffee – especially when they belong to a large Irish wolfhound towering over your seat, inches away from your face.