Traditional Mexican food and not-so-traditional Margaritas.
A revamped pub and live-music venue in a quiet part of Newtown.
Serving bao noodles, salted-egg fried chicken and lots of vegan dishes.
Restorative pho and vegan Vietnamese classics in a zen setting.
Vegetables and seafood dominate the menu at this refined but down-to-earth spot.
Six pastas with your choice of sauce and a couple of starters – simple pleasures await.
A huge warehouse cafe, where coffee is roasted on site.
Smoked-salmon poke with a long black? Or a lamb, chip and tzatziki smørrebrød with a beer?
A neighbourhood cafe inspired by healthy eating and comforting old faithfuls.
Vegan spanakopita, moussaka with baked eggplants and cinnamon cookies.
Since 1996 this backstreet hangout has been a community hub for Newtown locals.
Free coffee if you beat any high scores.
A two-level speakeasy hidden behind a bookcase.
Sydney’s most influential burger joint.
Cocktails and minigolf.
A bar serving wines and cocktails with a focus on native ingredients.
A classic old boozer blessed with one of the best beer gardens in Sydney.
A low-key spot with a share-house feel, only with much better food.
A dog-friendly cafe, hairdresser, beauty salon and retail concept rolled into one plant-filled creative space.
Natural wines, local beers and paper bags of Wapengo oysters make a perfect picnic at dog-watching hour at nearby Camperdown Memorial Rest Park.
Away from the bustle of King Street, The Pie Tin is pretty clear on its specialty.
South King's Collective Ensemble curates an impressive selection of vintage wears.
A vegan-friendly gelateria where everything is produced in-house.
Home to the famous strawberry-watermelon cake.
Books start from $1 and boxes of reads from $10. Records are $5.
A theatre experience in an abandoned inner-west warehouse.
Whether you're after wine, beer or cocktails.
Where to find good food and coffee up and down King Street.
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