Where to dine along Glebe Point Road and beyond.
All of the best cafes in Glebe can be found somewhere along Glebe Point Road; which stretches from one side of the suburb to the other.
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Traditional Neapolitan pizza made by a pedantic master.
Fresh fish, shucked oysters and a panoramic view.
Visit for authentic egg hoppers, kottu roti and fiery curries.
Middle Eastern cuisine at its most playful.
A modern and comfortable heritage-listed gastropub (on the site of a former brothel).
An intimate wine bar with a democratic streak.
This neighbourhood bar might appeal to the beer-nerd set, but its sunlit backyard beer garden is also good for locals and families.
A waterside French brunch bistro in bushland. It even has water-limo access.
A mature take on comfort food.
Spanish cured meats, traditional cheeses and tapas.
A bright and cheerful Mexican eatery serving creative takes on the classics.
A relaxed and homely place to wile the night away.
A 100 per cent vegan bakery-cafe serving cronuts, cruffins and sliders.
Serving entirely plant-based burgers.
An Italian trattoria in Glebe with a smashing antipasto bar.
A local waterhole big on charm and small on pomp.
Natural feel, nautical vibe at Clipper Cafe in Glebe
A truly impressive array of artisan bread.
A neighbourhood favourite restored to evoke its glory days.
Cronulla’s best burgers have a second home.
Indian cuisine quite unlike what you may be used to.
The Toxteth Hotel, a watering hole and art space in Glebe.
A relaxing refuge from Glebe Point Road.
Rich chicken-bone ramen and a lighter, cleaner tonkotsu.
The locals’ pick for wine, beer and good conversation at the cash register.
The first liquor shop in Australia where cider doesn't come second.
A low-key site that caters for all types of beer drinkers.
Good beer and popcorn for snacks.
Artisan bakers whose famous sourdough is eaten all over Sydney.