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If ever in Newtown, drop in and say g’day to the crew at Lidz. The coffee is great and the service and warmth of the hospitality makes one feel right at home. While waiting for coffee, it’s great to check out the caps for sale...More
These are street-style-hot-dogs. Nothing too intricate but there is a fair choice, along with coffee, tea and toast options. In fact the price for tea and toast would bring me back again for a pot of Earl Grey and Vegemite toast. Too many neighboring places...More
Ah, the days when gentlemen wore hats... I guess nowadays a cap must do.
All the caps for all your teams along with Cable sport, Coffee and Hot Dawgs...
O' course we worked the oricle; you bet!
But, 'struth, I ain't recovered frum it yet!...More
Amazing new joint in Newtown, (an inner city suburb of Sydney) easy to get to by train from the city. Get American style chili dogs with all the toppings, great coffee (Pablo and Rustys) and New era caps with a cap fitting station, love the...More
Date of experience: September 2014
5 Thank SydneyCoffeeLover
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A Bohemian inner-west suburb known for its alternative music scene, Newtown is a diverse community offering a multitude of restaurants, art galleries, performance spaces, thrift stores and bars. Home of some of the best live music venues in the city, shows can be found everywhere from the official theatres to the neighbourhood pubs. From its humble beginnings as a neighbourhood primarily known for its many Thai
restaurants, Newtown has evolved into a foodie's paradise with a delightful array of highly innovative cuisines from around the world. It is still possible to eat on a budget, but if you crave a more sophisticated menu, Newtown will not disappoint.