Natural wines, handmade pasta, sliced-to-order deli meats, and a cacio e pepe so popular that it’s got its own tote bag – you can find them all at Fabbrica's inner west pop-up at the base of Balmain's historic Exchange Hotel.
The golden rule at this neighbourhood pizzeria? No half-and-half. It’s the same story at its Bondi sibling, where you’ll find a similar selection of red, white and vegan pizzas made in true Napoli style. There’s also a big focus on antipasti, and Negroni served nine different ways.
Starting out as a popular lockdown bakery, Home is the work of a self-taught pastry chef who’s also done stints at Noma and Quay. Everything from classic to crème brûlée-topped croissants are possibilities here.
Nutie started as a market stall selling gluten-free and vegan baked goods every weekend. These days it's a fully fledged shop with a cult following for its colourful gluten-free doughnuts, vegan brownies, Rocky Road, muffins and more.