They're a spacious bunch, in contrast to the cramped cafes closer to the city.
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You’ll recognise the names of the pastries at this bakehouse, but otherwise they’re completely original.
There’s something slightly Alice in Wonderland about this cheery wholefoods cafe.
The vast headquarters for one of Sydney’s top coffee roasters.
An expansive warehouse space serving some of the best brunch and coffee in Sydney.
COOH Curl Curl Cafe and Roaster brings the wholefood movement into the old Vicinity space in Alexandria.
A niche bakery with a wide range and sense of experimentation.
Skip the crowds at The Grounds and try the breakfast here. You'll be glad you did.
Feels just like a trip to the Italian Riviera.
A strong sandwich and roll selection make this one good for takeaway and sit-in alike.
A super-intimate room at the back of The Potting Shed at The Grounds of Alexandria.
Modern Vietnamese by the brothers behind Yen for Viet.
A second-hand furniture Mecca for treasure hunters.
Huge serves of colourful plant-based food in a space designed to delight the senses.
It’s sensory overload at this Old World arcade with boozy shakes.
The Lord Raglan focuses on craft beer and food that tastes best with it.
Australia's convict history is treasured at this brewery, where you can drink a Convict Lager or Hangman's Pale.
Pouring 12 vegan beers, local vegan wines and serving a full menu.
Buttermilk ricotta, washed rinds, labne and fresh curd, all made in Sydney.
A 20-foot shipping container that’s been transformed into an Alexandria cafe.
Original modern furniture, minus the aspirational price tag.
Order fettuccine carbonara and pizza slathered in cheesy sauce at this diner in Sydney’s Green Square.
Grab a can of soft drink, punch a hole in the top and add a dash of booze. Enjoy with a feed of taco rice.
From the guts of a football-fan store, Zona Azzurri serves pizza proven for 72 hours and handmade pasta.
The minimalist jewellery label has an Alexandria studio that’s open to the public.
Plant yourself at The Potting Shed for a laid-back feast.
Bitton has steadily become a staple in the little industrial suburb of Alexandria.
A summery oasis secretly disguised in a historic substation.