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The Edwards

Posted June 20, 2014 by Cafe Culture Mag

It was a beautiful winter’s morning and my belly was yearning a hearty breakfast to fuel a busy day. I was told about a new clever café that was put together by a few prominent Newcastle businessmen. I thought straight away that a café with a name like Edwards couldn’t be too bad, as I […]

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Di Bella Roasting House

Posted March 31, 2014 by Cafe Culture Mag

312 South Terrace, South Fremantle WA (08) 6215 0003 “Yes, another great edition to the Di Bella empire with this latest project in the hip precinct of South Fremantle.” The Di Bella Roasting warehouse is located in an old garage site on the busy part of South Terrace Road. The man behind the concept is […]

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SMALL PRINT BAKER & ROASTERY

Posted March 31, 2014 by Cafe Culture Mag

Brookfield Place, Print Hall  Basement Laneway 125 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA (08) 6282 0022 When Simon Catoni wanted to return to his hometown of Perth from a stint in Melbourne working with Dukes Coffee Roasters, an opportunity came up to set up a café/bakery/roasting concept with Dukes and The Colonial Leisure Group. Small Print […]

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The Source Espresso Bar

Posted March 31, 2014 by Cafe Culture Mag

6/914 Military Road, Mosman NSW (02) 9969 1368 Mosman is not necessarily one of those suburbs I frequent regularly, as it’s kind of at the end of the road with no through traffic – which positively gives it a lovely village feel, even though it’s still close to the city. However, I recently ventured down […]

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Monkey and Leo

Posted March 31, 2014 by Cafe Culture Mag

1/17 Elizabeth Bay Road, Elizabeth Bay NSW (02) 9326 9224 This little café was a great relief to find just on the edge of the Kings Cross district. You enter a completely different world when you walk through the doors of this Potts Point café. The café is bright and friendly and is totally focused […]

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Uncle Joe’s mess

Posted December 8, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

When award winning hair stylist Mark Cain and his sibling Marie Cain looked at expanding their successful salon, Head Studio, the decision was not to add more seats in the current salon but to step into a whole new market, a barber shop and café. The barber shop is called Uncle Joe’s and the café […]

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Theic

Posted December 8, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

Nathan Wakeford, Managing Director of Somage Fine Foods, has recently opened a specialty tea bar. The aptly named “Theic”, a term used to describe one prone to the immoderate consumption of tea, is certain to delight avid tea lovers. Theic offers 25 rare specialty teas from the Chamellia Reserve Selection, an exclusive range that can […]

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Typika Artisan Roasters

Posted December 8, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

Perth is seeing an explosion of new coffee businesses, both in the café and coffee roasting sectors. A new concept that has graced the west coast suburb of Claremont is Typika Artisan Coffee roasters. This was not an overnight setup; it was 10 years in the making for the entrepreneurial Kenyon family. Father John and […]

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Dramanti Artisan Roasters

Posted December 8, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

East Brisbane by Moreton Bay is not the place you think you would find a funky warehouse styled coffee roasting business. I was delightfully surprised to visit Dramanti Coffee in Wynnum, this quaint bay side suburb of Brisbane and experienced some great coffees and café treats to match. We were there on a Saturday morning, […]

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Fluid Espresso

Posted December 8, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

What a great inner city find Fluid Espresso is. This café sits in a residential and light industrial space in the suburb of Beaconsfield in East Sydney. The café has become a favourite coffee stop for a growing crowd working in the creative spaces amongst the old warehouse precinct in Beaconsfield. The area has a […]

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