4 Highlights of a True Eastern Suburb Lifestyle… Beyond the Beach

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Coastal living remains crucial to the quintessential Eastern Suburb lifestyle, but it certainly isn’t the only thing on offer. The Eastern Suburbs is a melting pot of diversity with myriad bars, cafes and entertainment on display. Here are some highlights of a true Eastern Suburb lifestyle… that go well beyond the beach.

Wake Up to the Smell of Freshly Brewed Coffee

It’s no secret that Australians love their coffee. The Eastern Suburbs produce some of the best cafes in the country.

From kid-friendly joints to exciting brunch spots, a freshly brewed cup of coffee is just around the corner. Trio Café serves up impressive coffee concoctions with spectacular Bondi Beach views.

Bernasconi’s Cafe is a Rose Bay favourite with some of the best coffee around.

For some of the best-handcrafted sandwiches and selection of coffees, John Montagu in Woolloomooloo is a must to visit!

Get into the Community Spirit With Events Galore

The Eastern Suburbs are packed with exciting events – from farmer’s markets and concerts to wine dinners. The Rose Bay Farmer’s market occurs every Tuesday. It features a range of local produce and gourmet delicacies.

The Cullen Wine Dinner at Chiswick Restaurant in Woollahra on July 25, 2017, showcases a four-course tasting menu paired with beautiful Cullen wines.

The Double Bay Street Festival on November 5, 2017, at Woollahra Council will have over 250 stalls, live performances, entertainers and animal encounters.

Pair Drinks With Food Exquisitely

For those seeking a glass of wine, beer or spirits without travelling, the Eastern suburbs have plenty to offer.

Elizabeth Bay’s Gazebo Wine Bar and Dining offers a-la-carte options and share plates, and an extensive wine and cocktail lists.

Bar Machiavelli in Rushcutters Bay employs traditional Italian cooking techniques and boasts an expansive drinks menu to pair with its dishes.

The Roosevelt Bar and Diner in Potts Point is an upscale New York-style diner. There’s a large drinks and American tapas menu, along with a private poker den.

Enjoy A Touch Of Nostalgia

History buffs will love everything an Eastern Suburb lifestyle has to offer. Vaucluse House is one of the only harbour-side estates from the 19th century to exist today. Built in 1803, this estate includes stables, outbuildings, kitchen wing and ten hectares of surrounding gardens.

Constructed from 1835 to 1839, Elizabeth Bay House magnificently reflects colonial architecture. The interiors of the house perfectly depict the lifestyle of the 19th century.

Bronte House boasts a unique Gothic architectural style with expansive gardens. While a private residence, it is often opened to the public for viewings.

While the spectacular coast remains a major pull for residents, there’s plenty on offer to enjoy a true Eastern Suburb lifestyle… well beyond the beach.

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