Cafes
scotty's cafe, bardon
Food & Drink

Discover espresso menagerie Scotty’s Cafe at Bardon

Tucked between a hair salon and a general store is a nameless coffee shop dubbed by locals as ‘Scotty’s Cafe’ after owner and barista, Scott. Despite the hazy details – no name, no menu, no website, no opening hours – a steady stream of regulars are dropping by to get their daily cup of coffee. more

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pear cafe and bar
Food & Drink

Pear Cafe and Bar opens for mess meals and local brews

Highgate Hill morning favourite, Pear Cafe and Bar is now open for drinks and eats of a Thursday to Sunday evening. Offering a meal for the masses, the nightly token Mess Meal is ever changing, delivering lavish, home-style flavours from Pork Chops and Pea and Ham Soup to vegetable lasagne without the pasta. more

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Five Sugars
Food & Drink

The Street Photographer: Five Sugars

Furnished with quirky pieces of a vintage nature, Five Sugars exudes happiness and colour with its pastel teacups and a counter filled with local homemade brownies, cookies and nostalgic sweets. Each cup of coffee is thoughtfully prepared using Saint signature blend from Cleanskin Roasters and Maleny Dairies milk. Try the Caramelised Oat and Coconut biscuit from Teneriffe chocolatiers Dello Mano, paired with a perfectly poured flat white in a dainty teacup. Sink into a retro lounge with a magazine or bask in the sun outside. Check out Five Sugars on The Street Photographer. more

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lady marmalade, stones corner
Food & Drink

The Street Photographer: Lady Marmalade

A quirky corner cafe in Stones Corner, Lady Marmalade is a foodie delight that many may have heard of but not actually seen. Home to award-winning, creative sandwiches and pancake stacks topped with fairy floss, Lady Marmalade deliver unique flavour combinations in a relaxed setting. Vintage knick knacks adorn each available shelf and cranny inside, while a counter of sweet treats tempts dessert to be taken post-sandwich. Nab an outside table with a little dappled sunlight and watch the world speed by or slip into the pages of a good book while your table number Kung-Fu Panda keeps you company until your coffee arrives. Check out Lady Marmalade on The Street Photographer. more


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foxy bean, woolloongabba
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A renewed, dapper Foxy Bean reopens in Woolloongabba

Creators of a very sexy cup of joe, Woolloongabba favourite Foxy Bean reopened this week, planting a very wide smile on locals’ faces. Acquiring the two additional buildings next door, the owners got out the hammers and knocked holes through the walls until they were happy with the cavernous space that’s now home to Foxy Bean cafe by day and (soon to be) The Foxy Drop by night. more

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willow and spoon
Food & Drink

New winter flavours at Willow & Spoon, Alderley

Sitting on bustling Samford Road in Alderley, Willow & Spoon is an unassuming haven for the gourmet. Essentially a breakfast bar that specialises in a morning menu (as well as the all-important coffee accompaniment), the cafe rotates its menu monthly, keeping patrons on their toes. more

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Dandelion & Driftwood
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The Street Photographer: Dandelion & Driftwood

An education in a cup, the gentlefolk behind Dandelion & Driftwood in Hendra are serious about their coffee. Extending people’s palates through espresso-based tasting flights or cold and hot drip brewing methods using single origin blends, the Dandelion & Driftwood team are passionate about passing on their espresso expertise to found a well-educated coffee community. They also serve tea and a delectable array of sweet-tooth pleasers. Oh, and they plate up a superb gluten-free bircher using Brookfarm muesli. Check out Dandelion & Driftwood on The Street Photographer. more

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Anouk, Paddington
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The Street Photographer: Anouk

Paddington breakfast institution Anouk Cafe always has a line curving up the street from its entrance, a testament to its superb flavour concoctions across both food and beverages. A constant battle between choosing sweet or savoury menu items teases diners at each visit, with the Omelette with Roast Pumpkin, Caramelised Onion and Goats Curd, Crunchy Baguette and Butter at a stand off with the Apple Turnover French Toast on recent weekend visits. Located within the exposed brick walls of an old apothecary, this character-filled, dreamy cafe is the perfect spot for a morning coffee, lazy family brunch-meets-lunch or a sweet treat and muddled juice of an afternoon. Check out Anouk Cafe on The Street Photographer. Anouk 212 Given Terrace, Paddington Ph: 07 3367 8663 Open: Monday to Sunday 6:30 am to 3:30 pm more