An on-site bakery sets Green Tangerine apart from other cafes in the area. The head baker churns out French loaves and pastries, which it also supplies to other local haunts.
Their stressful executive jobs led Kath Devaney and husband Aaron to chase the coastal dream, relocating from Chippendale with their two-year-old in tow. After two years of commuting, they opened Green Tangerine in 2014.
With an agenda to bring Sydney quality to the coast, they chose The Little Marionette as their bean supplier. The cafe’s warm, rustic and slightly cluttered interior make it the kind of place you could easily spend half a day in. The menu celebrates artisans (whose products are also for sale), such as Cornersmith and The Urban Beehive.
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