Our favourite places to eat, drink and shop in Rosebery.
Rosebery's cafes can't be stopped. There's a constellation of coffee and breakfast spots to discover – and it just keeps growing.
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Sydney's first new distillery since the 1850s serves an impressive range of original cocktails made with its own vodkas, gins and whiskies. Tasting flights are also an option.
Cheese, beer, bread and charcuterie. What more do you need?
Modern furniture made from recycled materials, plus all the homewares you can handle.
Visit for fiddle-leaf figs, golden cane palms and pots from around the world. Plus Tuga pastries and strong coffee.
A restored factory will soon become a one-stop weekend spot.
Health-focused fare served with friendly hospitality.
Refillable beer and wine stations plus boutique brews.
Food and wine from Piedmont, one of the richest cuisines in Italy.
Modern Australian dining with a Japanese edge.
Pasta every way you could want it.
A three-tonne woodfire oven from Naples powers this Rosebery pizzeria. It’s housed inside a refurbished warehouse and - much like the dining space itself – the pizza toppings are minimal, allowing the ingredients to truly shine.
Step inside the warehouse and surrender to Bob, the 500-kilogram grill.
The much loved Newtown hotspot Black Star Pastry is baking up a storm in Rosebery.
Modern and traditional Vietnamese, the kind you rarely see in inner Sydney.
Everything from French and Italian furniture to contemporary Australian-made lighting, 1680s Spanish consoles to modern works of art.
A retail love letter to grapes and hops.
A burger diner brings a slice of ’90s Belfield to Rosebery.
A relaxed, earthy space in a multi-use location.
The homey little bakery opens its third cafe.
A Scandinavian furniture import business in the heart of Sydney’s design pocket, The Cannery in Rosebery.