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The Counter, Petersham

The Counter, Petersham
In recent months there has been an influx of great cafes opening throughout the Inner West. While The Counter has been around for a couple of years, I only just recently discovered it, so it’s new to me. Clearly a favourite with locals who have been trying to keep this one a secret… sorry, the secret is out. Only a short stroll from Petersham railway station, The Counter is one to add... 

Brighton the Corner, Petersham

Brighton the Corner, Petersham
Brighton The Corner is a new cafe in Petersham, only about one month old and already drawing a crowd. Scott Duncan and Nigel Park have created a cafe in a beautiful leafy street with a perfect corner position. Enjoy your coffee outside under the black and white striped awning, at the window seat overlooking Brighton Street or at a cosy table inside.  I love an all day breakfast menu and Brighton... 

The Grumpy Barista, Petersham

The Grumpy Barista, Petersham
Grumpy? Who are you calling grumpy? Not a single grumpy person in sight when I visited The Grumpy Barista in Petersham. Located in a gorgeous building on Audley Street and serving Tobys Estate coffee. The Italian eggs for breakfast were a winner! Two eggs in a tomato sauce, with chunky mushroom pieces and chorizo was delicious. Everything that came out of the kitchen looked great including the mushrooms... 

Daisy’s Milkbar, Petersham

Daisy's Milkbar, Petersham
Inspired by the old Aussie milk bar, Daisy’s Milkbar is a welcome addition to the Inner West. The delicious food and friendly staff, lemonade stand and the colourful wooden booths will put a big smile on your face when you visit. Only one week old, it’s easy to see why there’s already of line of people waiting to try it out. The BBQ pulled pork sandwich with slaw was delicious, as... 

Inner West Instagram Addict

Inner West Instagram Addict
It’s official, I’m addicted to Instagram. I don’t know how to stop! For those who haven’t heard of Instagram it’s a free photo sharing program which was launched in October 2010. It allows users to take a photo on their phone, apply a digital filter to it, and then share it on a variety of social networking services, including Instagram and Facebook. I love the square... 

Fabric-A-Brac comes to the Inner West

Fabric-A-Brac comes to the Inner West
The next Fabric-A-Brac is less than a month away, and it’s great news to discover it’s being held in the Inner West. This is a must see for all Inner Westies who love their fabrics. For those who haven’t had the Fabric-A-Brac experience it is basically a fabric and textiles market. Stall owners sell unwanted supplies which means people get the opportunity to purchase recycled and... 

Is the Inner West property market finally slowing down?

Is the Inner West property market finally slowing down?
Could it be true? Is there a down turn in the inner west property market? In the last month there have been a noticeable amount of auctions cancelled, withdrawn and passed in. Check out the auction statistics for the month of April and March in the suburbs of Newtown, Erskineville, Camperdown, Alexandria, Stanmore, Enmore, Petersham and Marrickville. innerwestrealestatesydney.com.au has been making... 

The Slug Art Gallery

The Slug Art Gallery
If you live in the inner west you have probably seen some of Slugs work popping up. He seems to be everywhere. These photos were taken in Enmore, St. Peters, Newtown, Tempe, Chippendale and Marrickville. Enjoy the Slug art gallery. I am looking forward to adding to this collection, so if you have seen others, let me know. My sister thinks I have developed a bit of a graffiti crush on him, she might... 

Interview: with Illustrator Emma Simmons

Interview: with Illustrator Emma Simmons
I first met Emma when I visited Sweets Workshop to see an exhibtion of drawings by Pam French. I fell in love with the store/gallery and all the goodies contained within. I couldn’t resisit buying one of Emma’s beautiful prints and discovered that she was having an exhibition of her work in a couple of weeks time. So of course I had to return, not only because I loved her work but the theme... 

Inner West real estate statistics for October

Inner West real estate statistics for October
We are already half way through November and it is very scary to think it is only just over a month away from Christmas. Anyone interested in buying a bit of real estate for a Christmas present? Below are the auction statistics for the month of October in the suburbs of Newtown, Erskineville, Camperdown, Alexandria, Stanmore, Enmore, Petersham and Marrickville. October auction results snapshot Auction... 
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