This horseshoe-shaped harbourside suburb is densely pack. As a result, there's plenty of great cafes here, within close proximity of one ...
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This waterfront diner channels the Italian rivera. Relive summer days in the Amalfi sun with Napoli-style pizza (including one loaded with beluga caviar) pared-back seafood and summery cocktails.
Located just down the street from its sibling Flour and Stone, this homey bakery offers the same menu but for takeaway only.
Modern Italian in a dazzling location on Woolloomooloo wharf.
A tiny but delightful bakery.
A florist and patisserie in one in Woolloomooloo.
Busby is a decadent cocktail and function room, and your next nightcap destination.
Oysters four ways and share plates in a refurbished garage.
Where the drinks are vibrant and people talk about the flux capacitor.
Named for the Earl who made sandwiches popular, John Montagu is putting lots of thought between two slices of bread.
To call it a mere bookshop would sell this place short. Vintage threads and a sizeable record collection are some of the other treasures you’ll find here. It also hosts gigs, writer’s talks and long-table dinners. Grand nights indeed.
Soaring ceilings and vast wall displays usher in a new chapter in the florist’s story.
A wine bar with an ever-changing menu inspired by southern Italy.
Woolloomooloo’s 150-year-old nautical-themed pub.
Hot pies until 4am.