Sonoma, with 6 locations of its own and a loaf or two in most cafes in Sydney is an amazing example of how humble beginnings, love of a craft and solid business tools can lead to great success.
Padre Coffee was born at the Brunswick East Project, back in 2008. Essentially a two-man operation, back then we roasted, brewed and sold all of our coffee under the one roof; making friends, having fun and learning as we went.
Stellarossa Espresso Bars are based on one mission: – to provide coffee drinkers with a premium quality coffee experience, each and every time they visit. Stellarossa has more than 20 espresso bars nationwide and expanding rapidly.
Noma is a two Michelin star restaurant run by chef René Redzepi in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014, it has been ranked as the Best Restaurant in the World by Restaurant magazine.
Having built a reputation for delivering hearty burgers to the masses via their food trucks, Mr Burger delivers massive and massively tasty burgers to people anytime, anywhere.
Proud to say they have been serving the best Pasties in Australia now for a year from their flagship store in Bondi Junction! Drop by and try one of their delicious pasties. The proof of the passion is in the eating.
Cheeky Chinos offers exceptional coffee and delicious healthy snacks and treats in an environment designed specifically for families.
Ahgora is a striking new modern Greek / Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and cocktail bar on Glebe Point Road, Sydney. Ancient Greek city-states all had an ahgora or “meeting place”.
Si Ord opened Sandinista Leeds in 2002, named after the Clash’s fourth album and Nicaraguan revolutionary party the ‘Sandinistas’, everything about this small and enigmatic bar reflects Si’s non-conformist spirit and complex ethos.
With an impressive list of liquors and speciality cocktails, drinkers are spoilt for choice; there is also a small selection of wines and imported beers, as well as a killer house sour if you’re that way inclined.
From surfie to hippy to recent city imports, The Top Shop appeals to all of the distinct town’s walks of life, not to mention the streams of visitors who manage to find it and their own patch of lawn out the front to settle into some sunshine.
IconPark is the world’s first online Crowd funding platform and real estate fund dedicated to bars and restaurants.
Paul Geshos, along with Sam Sgambellone, have opened no less than three Mecca coffee outlets delighting their customers with Boutique Kenyan coffee with a difference!
Owned and run by 3 local lads (Nathan, Aaron & JD), Ze Pickle came about as a result of the boys needing a place to go and drink quality craft beer, eat good unpretentious food whilst listening to some tip top beats.
Smooth coffee, fresh food, fine wine and artisan baked goods, all made with love. We like to share the love, meaning you can find our baked goods served daily in our stores and through our resellers across Sydney.
MOJO is a warehouse wine and tapas bar set in the heart of Luke Mangan’s global headquarters.
Brickfields Bakery and Cafe has opened its doors on that unloved strip of Cleveland Street, making it the spot for bread, sweets, Mecca coffee and Kounta.
Found on Bay Street in Port Melbourne, Harry & Frankie is a beautiful wine bar and wine shop that encourages its patrons to drink better and to be more adventurous.
Black Star Pastry offers a wide range of cakes suitable for entertaining, special occasions and corporate events. Their cakes have an immediately recognisable style, which draws upon the natural beauty of the ingredients.
Located on busy York St in Sydney’s CBD, Baker Bros. is an espresso and wine bar with a difference. It is the brainchild of two Italian kids from Sydney who grew up in their family’s restaurants and cafés.
Built into Kirribilli Wharf, the cafe is flanked by the waterside suburb’s grand residences on one side and the ever-changing harbour landscape on the other.
It’s in an area so residential that you wouldn’t expect to find a lone café, especially not a really good one. In fact, to pull up a stool at Excelsior Jones you’ve either got to live around these parts, or make a very deliberate trip here, one you wont regret.
From amazing coffee to tasty treats, Hillsong Church Cafe matches the passion of their customers with the quality of our offerings.
Stumbling upon a small Parisian bakery by the name of “Poilane”, Aussie Chef Phillip Searle found the inspiration and know-how he needed to bring his dream to life.
This winery is an absolute gem. It’s a small little known (comparatively) place in McLaren Vale that if you are either on a wine Tour or just around checking out the area, drop in for a taste of their Delicious wine.
The team behind Gumbo Kitchen, the mobile Creole food truck that supplies smoky, deep-fried Louisiana-inspired comfort food, are putting down roots in Smith Street, Fitzroy with the brand new Po’ Boy Quarter.
After a brief foray south of the river, Fancy Hanks Bar-B-Que has returned to the north. The pop-up Fancy Hanks will be smoking up the Mercat Cross Hotel at the Queen Victoria Markets.
Who would have thought that little old Newcastle would one day have its very own super cool bakery in the burbs? Baked Uprising has that industrial warehouse feel to it that you would expect to find walking around Sydney’s Surry Hills, not the sleepy little suburb of Maryville.