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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A bright and cheerful Mexican eatery serving creative takes on the classics.
Middle Eastern cuisine at its most playful.
An intimate wine bar with a democratic streak.
Spanish cured meats, traditional cheeses and tapas.
A local waterhole big on charm and small on pomp.
Visit for authentic egg hoppers, kottu roti and fiery curries.
An Italian trattoria in Glebe with a smashing antipasto bar.
A pedantic master is behind the traditional Neapolitan pies at this Glebe mainstay. The thin, elastic bases are textbook perfect, with topping ingredients sourced from Campania in Italy’s south west. Faux grapes hanging from the ceiling complete the scene.
A mature take on comfort food.
Rich chicken-bone ramen and a lighter, cleaner tonkotsu.
Although Gleebooks now has multiple locations around town, the original is still the best (it's in the name, after all). Come here for an excellent range of new and classic titles, author events, launches and more. There's an especially good young adult section here.
Natural feel, nautical vibe at Clipper Cafe in Glebe
A relaxing refuge from Glebe Point Road.
A truly impressive array of artisan bread.
A modern and comfortable heritage-listed gastropub (on the site of a former brothel).
A 100 per cent vegan bakery-cafe serving cronuts, cruffins and sliders.
Indian cuisine quite unlike what you may be used to.
Glebe’s most eclectic bookseller has a cafe and bar worth staying for – it’s open late on weekends, with live performances and a fairy-lit courtyard. This old terrace shop also houses a formidable second-hand collection.
It’s all about doing the basics right in a welcoming space.
This neighbourhood bar might appeal to the beer-nerd set, but its sunlit backyard beer garden is also good for locals and families.
A neighbourhood favourite restored to evoke its glory days.
Cronulla’s best burgers have a second home.
Serving entirely plant-based burgers.
The locals’ pick for wine, beer and good conversation at the cash register.
A low-key site that caters for all types of beer drinkers.
The Toxteth Hotel, a watering hole and art space in Glebe.
Good beer and popcorn for snacks.
Artisan bakers whose famous sourdough is eaten all over Sydney.