Thursday 24th July
Photography: Julia Atkinson
Photography: Julia Atkinson
Photography: Julia Atkinson
Photography: Julia Atkinson

Ray's Cafe

332 Victoria Street
Brunswick
(03) 9380 8593
Mon to Fri 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
Sat to Sun 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Features

Late Breakfast

Notable Coffee

Street Side Tables

Unlicenced

Neighbourhood

Inner North

Price
$$$$$

This graffiti- and stencil-adorned, signless Brunswick institution is famous for being the first cafe opened by Mark Dundon, since responsible for Brother Baba Budan, Seven Seeds and others. The place has changed owners but it has lost none of its charm. Much like Sydney road itself; Ray’s is buzzing at all times of the day, and is a melting pot of local hipsters, young mothers with prams and the culturally diverse inhabitants of Brunswick.

Wherever you choose to sit – crammed in with the cool kids at the communal table with the paper jammed in between two elbows, or hidden away in the back for a private conversation – the coffee at Ray’s, a special Atomica blend, is a must. Their three-group La Marzocco Linea machine busts out a steady stream of goodness. The food menu is heavy on Middle Eastern influences, with the labneh and haloumi highlights.

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