Ascend the staircase from Tatler and unveil 169 Darlinghurst, a charming and atmospheric cafe. A haven of sophistication awaits, adorned with the striking artistry of George Raftopoulos’ murals and a meticulously curated interior of timber and brass orchestrated by the acclaimed Tony Assness. Whether you’re looking for somewhere cozy, or going al fresco, their venue brings style and taste to each seat.
As dawn breaks, with the breakfast menu’s simplicity concealing a world of personalisation. Opt for a delectable pastry – an indulgent raw cacao brownie or the enigmatic wild-weed pie. Alternatively, relish in the art of crafting your own toast masterpiece, embellished with an array of add-ons that tickle your taste buds. Customisation makes for vegan and vegetarian varieties, with gluten free options available upon request.
A symphony of coffee awaits at the coffee bar. Prepared through various contemporary methods, including the intriguing nitrogen-powered tap. Along with their brews, their listing of alcoholic concoctions are available throughout the day. Each cup blends tradition and innovation, whether its freshly roasted coffee or an espresso martini. Providing Bottomless Brunch bookings, with 2 packages of exquisite meals and drinks available, is stylistic and intimate setting for groups for all-sorts of occasion.
Head to 169 Darlinghurst to embark on a sensory odyssey, where art, flavours, and libations intertwine to create an café experience like no other.