Need to dine in a hurry? Look no further than Ombretta, serving up classic Italian staples in Glebe. An assortment of handmade antipasti are set on the marble bench along with pizzas for a quick apper...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/ombretta
Glebe Food and wine
Eating and drinking in Glebe
Glebe locals probably invented the term café culture. Because it's oh-so-easy to order a latte and watch the world go by on this bustling strip of inner-west bohemia. That is, if you're not enjoying a bistro meal at one of the area's pubs, hunting down a hidden wine bar or busting a gut at a comedy night.
Cafes, restaurants, markets
From budget eats to hidden bars, beautiful views to old-world pubs, you'll be spoilt for choice with all of Glebe's excellent food and wine options.
For noisy fun, great Mexican cocktails and a wall full of chilli sauces, book a table at the Flying Fajita Sisters on Glebe Point Road. Sunday lunch? The Glebe Point Diner's comfy banquettes and fresh, funky menu has got you covered. For a hot date, you can't go past the Boathouse at Blackwattle Bay, where the fish pie is the signature dish and the twinkling lights of the city view beyond the picture windows is nothing short of magical.
If beers and pub fare are more your speed, head to one of the traditional English pubs in the area such as the Nag's Head, which serves hearty meals at the Stable's Bistro. The Harold Park Hotel, located opposite the former Harold Park Raceway, is also good for a quiet beer and a bite.
Budget eats are big in Glebe, so if you're short on bucks order a drink and a $10 meal at Bedlam Bar and Food, a funky little place with sandstone walls, retro-chic chesterfield lounges and a line-up of stand-up comedians. Or head to the cheap and cheerful Different Drummer for its nightly happy hour, decent tapas menu and ambient soundtrack of funk, soul and groove.
Love a small bar? Glebe's favourites include Tommy's Beer Caf, with its Czech, German and Belgian beers. Or park yourself on a mismatched sofa at Mr Falcon's, where it's all about the cocktails, boutique beers and jugs of sangria.
If you've come to Glebe seeking food and wine bars, try the chic, wood-heavy Timbah on Forsyth Street, or wind your way through the second-hand titles at Sappho Bookstore on Glebe Point Road to the lively tapas and wine bar in the back courtyard. It's a great spot to sip a glass of vino and enjoy some live music which could be anything from a string quartet to a local muso strumming a guitar.
The small bar trend is spreading to Sydney's Inner West with this Glebe Point Road addition. Mr Falcon's is a low-key bar that boasts mismatched sofas, affordably-priced boutique beer, lava lamps and ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/mr-falcons
Glebe Point Road leads down to Rozelle Bay, but before you get to there, drop into Glebe Point Diner. This is award-winning cuisine without the pomp and circumstance, just fresh food at respectable pr...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/glebe-point-diner
Glebe locals flock to the Forest Lodge Hotel for the love; Tuesday trivia, free wifi, meat raffles, ping pong, member's draws and $10 dining specials. The property has a rustic charm that's oh-so-hip ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/forest-lodge-hotel
Sydney's best-known vegetarian cafe, the cheekily-titled Badde Manors, has been feeding diners on Glebe Point Road since the 1980s. The menu pulls flavours from every region, from Turkey to Lebanon, I...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/badde-manors
Mengen Sofrasi brings Turkish flavour to the melting pot of restaurants on Glebe Point Road. The kitchen draws on Turkish tradition to inspire its dishes but leaves enough room to experiment with Mode...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/mengen-sofrasi
With a sudden slew of openings, Glebe is turning into a small bar haven as quality drinking dens pop up along Glebe Point Road. Timbah is off the beaten track on Forsyth Street and has quickly become ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/timbah
Located on a quiet backstreet in Glebe, Two Peas Restaurant is the venture of pals Nick Johnson and Tom Stoneham, a pair of young chefs from Jamie's Italian. The restaurant space is casual and relaxed...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/two-peas
On bustling Glebe Point Road, ten minutes from the CBD, Spanish Tapas Restaurant has a never-ending queue of people lining out the doors. Large groups are drawn to the jugs of Sangria on offer, live f...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/glebe/restaurant/spanish-tapas
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