This unique cafe is nestled within the leafy surrounds of a picturesque inner west city suburb of Brisbane and is only 6kms from the CBD. The building itself is filled with impressive character and pays homage to its art deco history with a beautiful facade and roofline.

Established in 2018 by the current owners, the cafe is the perfect stop for anyone after a quick refreshment or velvety coffee, or wanting to take the time and relax and eat-in and enjoy a fabulous cafe experience. The menu utilises the best local organic produce, sourced seasonally and favouring sourdough toasties, wraps, fresh filled bagels, quiche, frittatas and their famous Reuben sandwiches. Accompanying the wholesome and delicious food are sweet delights such are pastries, muffins and indulgent house-made cakes.

Making the most of its prized location, the cafe hosts eclectic original art displays and collections and is famous for its dog friendly customer service, outdoor herb garden and constant flow of locals and visitors alike.

Selling in excess of 40kgs of coffee a week, the business is primed and ready for the next passionate owner/operator. Perfected systems and procedures will allow for a smooth transition to the next owner, ensuring the paddock to plate philosophy continues to grow and provide nourishment to the community and all lovers of this delightful establishment.


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