Where to eat, drink and shop in this former hub for light industry.
As the biggest suburb in the inner-west, it's no surprise that Marrickville has a diverse variety of cafes worth your time.
Its industrial days are long gone.
A collection of good-vibe hangouts with live music and great service.
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David Allison supplies produce from his Hawkesbury farm to some of the best restaurants in Sydney. Now, he's doing farm-to-table dining at this urban market and cafe in a former industrial loading dock.
Doughnuts, vegetarian food and a back-to-basics approach.
Kirribilli’s Cool Mac crew bring cod roe melts and soba noodles to the inner west.
A coffee experience bar, with premium-reserve coffees to try and barista training out back.
This old garage is about consistently good coffee and community vibes.
There are fine-dining chefs in the kitchen, but this colourful inner-west cafe channels Sydney’s classic milk bars.
A former grocery store where attention to detail is everything.
An organic wholefoods eatery suited to sensitive diets.
A neighbourhood cafe serving decent coffee, quality sandwiches and cakes made by the owner’s mum.
Where vegans come first, but bacon is still a thing.
An unassumingly good coffee bar and roastery.
This Marrickville cafe brings an innovative twist to Sydney’s biggest food trends.
This unassuming cafe adds some considerable repute to the postcode for which it is named.
Cute corner cafe in the coffee hub of Marrickville.
Mock meat, incredible toasties and crisp-fried tempeh burgers worth trekking for.
A seasonable, flexible and locally sourced menu is the biggest drawcard for Illi Hill.
Every Marrickville local has visited this spacious warehouse conversion at least once.