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 colourful hotel restaurant with a 100 per cent plant-based menu still managing to offer burgers, tacos, pizza, dumplings and lasagne.
A tiny but delightful bakery.
Woolloomooloo’s 150-year-old nautical-themed pub.
Oysters four ways and share plates in a refurbished garage.
A long-running restaurant that skips across Asia’s varied cuisines with ease.
Soaring ceilings and vast wall displays usher in a new chapter in the florist’s story.
Where the drinks are vibrant and people talk about the flux capacitor.
Busby is a decadent cocktail and function room, and your next nightcap destination.
Named for the Earl who made sandwiches popular, John Montagu is putting lots of thought between two slices of bread.
A wine bar with an ever-changing menu inspired by southern Italy.
A florist and patisserie in one in Woolloomooloo.
Hot pies until 4am.