A vegetarian pizzeria by Sydney favourites Two Chaps.
Banh xeo, banh khot, pho and DIY rice paper rolls, a Vietnamese refugee revisits his roots at Hello Auntie.
The cuisines of the East Mediterranean from a former Quay chef.
There are fine-dining chefs in the kitchen, but this colourful inner-west cafe channels Sydney’s classic milk bars.
A neighbourhood cafe serving decent coffee, quality sandwiches and cakes made by the owner’s mum.
Stop by for a cafe feed and peruse a selection of local products.
Every Marrickville local has visited this spacious warehouse conversion at least once.
A coffee experience bar, with premium-reserve coffees to try and barista training out back.
Doughnuts, vegetarian food and a back-to-basics approach.
A down-home, friendly bar doing booze, food and music in Marrickville.
This place calls itself a “small-bar pub”; think big enough to get a seat, small enough to have a bar’s attention to beer and vibe.
Try some of the most unique beers in Australia.
Gin cocktails, seasonal creations from a beautiful German-made still and a bar styled like a church.
An “experimental” microbrewery and bar with a rotating roster of beer, wine, spirits and food trucks.
This bar in Marrickville wants you to hang out, chat, and stay a while.
The best thing to come out of Bar Italia’s change of hands is gelato.
Watermelon and feta gelato, anyone? Find it at Pagoto.
An ethically minded butcher dedicated to using whole animals, not just the most popular bits.
A bohemian farmers' market in the yard of a vintage warehouse.
A shop on Enmore Road that specialises in hard-to-find denim labels.
A creative marketplace for emerging artists, fashion and designers.
As the biggest suburb in the inner-west, it's no surprise that Marrickville has a diverse variety of cafes worth your time.
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