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  • I really want to love the Gettin' Place. It's a quirky hole-in-the-wall cafe with a simple menu just beyond the crazy bustle of James Street with a gorgeous garden back area for dog lovers and pram pushers, so there is lots to love.

    The Gettin’ Place

    I really want to love the Gettin' Place. It's a quirky hole-in-the-wall cafe with a simple menu just beyond the crazy bustle of James Street with a gorgeous garden back area for dog lovers and pram pushers, so there is lots to love.

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  • Since it opened, Cafe 63 in New Farm has grown popular for its breakfasts during the week and the weekend crowd of New Farm Park visitors. And why wouldn't it? The service - while admittedly slow and sometimes neglectful - has always been welcoming and friendly to a fault. And rather than piddly tiny chairs or hippy overturned milk crates that many cafes opt for seats, Cafe 63 have gone big with their seating - catering well to large family and friends groups.

    Cafe 63 in New Farm

    Since it opened, Cafe 63 in New Farm has grown popular for its breakfasts during the week and the weekend crowd of New Farm Park visitors. And why wouldn't it? The service - while admittedly slow and sometimes neglectful - has always been welcoming and friendly to a fault. And rather than piddly tiny chairs or hippy overturned milk crates that many cafes opt for seats, Cafe 63 have gone big with their seating - catering well to large family and friends groups.

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  • When friend Sharon came up from Sydney and reached out, we organised to have breakfast at Cafe O-Mai, a cafe that's been on my to-visit for far too long.

    A unique breakfast at Cafe O-Mai

    When friend Sharon came up from Sydney and reached out, we organised to have breakfast at Cafe O-Mai, a cafe that's been on my to-visit for far too long.

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  • We fell in love with the sublime Eggs Monica, a menu favourite by all Instagram accounts, and the Morning Glory. Well, what can you expect with all the golden magma of yolk porn?

    My Mistress Cafe, Clayfield

    We fell in love with the sublime Eggs Monica, a menu favourite by all Instagram accounts, and the Morning Glory. Well, what can you expect with all the golden magma of yolk porn?

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  • Shutter & Brew combines two great loves - coffee and photography. Located in on a quiet suburban street in Wavell Heights, this quaint little gem of a cafe oozes a rustic charm that promises a relaxing treat.

    Shutter & Brew

    Shutter & Brew combines two great loves - coffee and photography. Located in on a quiet suburban street in Wavell Heights, this quaint little gem of a cafe oozes a rustic charm that promises a relaxing treat.

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  • Degraves Street rarely disappoints when one is in need of early morning nourishment and La Citta happened to be one of its earliest operators - a boon when you have a baby who wakes you up at 6am.

    La Citta on Degraves Street, Melbourne

    Degraves Street rarely disappoints when one is in need of early morning nourishment and La Citta happened to be one of its earliest operators - a boon when you have a baby who wakes you up at 6am.

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  • King Arthur Cafe deserved at least three visits. Tucked off down Arthur Street (just off the much busier James Street), King Arthur Cafe is the latest offering from the same team behind the South Brisbane cafe Merriweather, so it's no surprise they have a similar ethos - local and sustainable.

    King Arthur Cafe

    King Arthur Cafe deserved at least three visits. Tucked off down Arthur Street (just off the much busier James Street), King Arthur Cafe is the latest offering from the same team behind the South Brisbane cafe Merriweather, so it's no surprise they have a similar ethos - local and sustainable.

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  • After wrapping Bubby up nice and warm against the cooling evening temperatures, we took a quick brisk walk around the corner from the hotel, where I found myself at a very busy Fiskeriet, one of the few fish markets still in Oslo's city centre.

    Oslo: Fiskeriet

    After wrapping Bubby up nice and warm against the cooling evening temperatures, we took a quick brisk walk around the corner from the hotel, where I found myself at a very busy Fiskeriet, one of the few fish markets still in Oslo's city centre.

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  • It was our first evening in Oslo and we found Aye Aye Club not too far from our hotel. With the sky still ridiculously sunny for the time of day (hello land of the midnight sun), we trooped over to grab some dinner.

    Oslo: Aye Aye Club

    It was our first evening in Oslo and we found Aye Aye Club not too far from our hotel. With the sky still ridiculously sunny for the time of day (hello land of the midnight sun), we trooped over to grab some dinner.

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  • Langosch am Main is what I'd call a funky little number. It is also unabashed about endorsing the consumption of alcohol and the revival of face-to-face conversation (ala Die! Mobile phones! Die!) - making it my kind of place, if I wasn't breastfeeding.

    Frankfurt: Langosch am Main

    Langosch am Main is what I'd call a funky little number. It is also unabashed about endorsing the consumption of alcohol and the revival of face-to-face conversation (ala Die! Mobile phones! Die!) - making it my kind of place, if I wasn't breastfeeding.

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