Italian-inflected food and good times galore in a greenery-filled courtyard behind a dive-y ’70s pub.
If beats, cocktails and Bali party vibes is your thing, book a table.
Modern-Australian cuisine with a Mediterranean twist served at this resurrected old favourite.
Middle Eastern cuisine done the modern way.
Fresh handmade pasta, salumi and plenty of Italian vino.
Corned-beef hash browns, huevos rancheros and bottomless brunches are the hallmarks of this breezy, all-day Latin American eatery.
A smoothie and salad bar that’s keen on Australian native ingredients.
The second outpost of Bondi’s Bennett Street Dairy, serving purple toast and its sibling’s much-loved buttermilk-chicken burger.
Mediterranean, organic, with Five Senses coffee and a beautiful fit-out.
The beach outpost for Reuben Hills and Paramount Coffee Project.
Strudel, kuglóf, bagels and biscuits at a Hungarian cake shop opened in 1979.
A make-your-own salad bar offering NSW’s best ingredients.
An old-school pub with a sophisticated drinks list. And there’s a tinnie vending machine.
Both food and wine have equal billing at this European-style venue that blurs the lines.
A Spanish-style bar serving “tapas for the individual”.
A big, old raucous pub set back from the beach in Bondi.
Open for 16 hours a day, with no break in food service.
Somewhere between a gypsy camp and a spontaneous beach party.
A boundary-pushing bottle shop selling small-batch products.
A cult surf and menswear label in Bondi.
Bondi’s La Piadina has an integrated produce and art store attached.
The bread speaks for itself at this wholesome corner bakery.
Featuring an array of local and international brands alongside her own.
Traditional and new techniques baking techniques backed by 30 years' experience.
Bondi's about more than just its looks. There's a host of exciting restaurants worth your time here, which might just extend your daytrip well into the night.
Where to find coffee and food by the beach.
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