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Hidden cafe hot spots in the suburbs

Ok fine, we’ll admit that sometimes we can be a little biased.

We tend to stick to the inner walls of the city and perhaps ignore the delicious sight and sounds of the burbs.

We’re trying to rectify that fact with our latest top 5, for the next time you’re venturing out of the city.

The Locale Lambton

I don’t really need to say much about the Locale surely. Even the most diehard of city folk have ventured out to grab breakfast at the Locale. It’s a local institution after all! The menu is super diverse, the coffee is amazing and they have a mighty fine selection of homemade treats on offer as well!

Maxy + Mimi Coffee Shop Dudley

Looking to head to the beach but don’t want to get bogged down in the city? Remember that Redhead and Dudley are a thing and they also have some amazing cafes too! Fantastic service, friendly staff and even better coffee what a treat!

Common Circus Belmont

Ummm did someone say coffee? Yah you did! If you happen to be in Belmont, or somewhere in the vicinity make sure you add Common Circus to your list of things to do and see. From the quirky decor to the delicious menu, you won’t regret it we promise.

Icky Sticky Patisserie Lorn

I don’t know if you could class Lorn as the burbs, but it’s still quite a ways from the CBD. If you’re looking for some handmade treats (including the gluten-free kind) Icky Sticky Patisserie is most definitely worth the trip! They also cover all of your catering needs to!

Mama-P Charlestown

I don’t know about you but I love me a vegan treat! Especially when they are done well and good, ya know? If you’re also wanting to pair such a treat with a delicious cup of Joe, why not head to Mama-P in Charlestown? Perfection really.

Written by Laura Kebby

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