Eating out in Newtown
Got a few hours to spare on this bohemian inner west strip? Sip a bowl latte and watch the world go by, enjoy a cocktail at a funky bar or flip a coin over which restaurant to go for dinner, and you’ll scratch the surface of one of Sydney’s greatest restaurant eat streets.
- Saturday 8 March to Saturday 22 March seven kilometres north-east
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- Wednesday 12 March Mitch Anderson and His Organic Orchestra
- Thursday 13 March Big Gig Thursdays
- Monday 5 May to Wednesday 7 May Squaring the Wheel
Winner of Adelaide Fringe Award
- Wednesday 28 May to Friday 30 May Djuki Mala (Chooky Dancers)
Colourful and unconventional, Newtown has inner-city attractions that range from restaurants and bars, to theatres and clubs. Specialist shops include vintage fashion and music stores, bookshops, antique stores, hairdressing salons and homeware shops.
More than 100 restaurants and cafes offering a range of ethnic cuisines can be found along King Street and nearby Enmore and Erskineville. Quirky and cool, shopping in Enmore Road and south King Street offer buttons, beads, tiles, tribal gifts, gothic garments and second-hand furniture. Check out the heritage cemetery at St Stephen's Anglican Church before heading off to an avant-garde performance at Newtown Theatre or the best musicians and comedians at Enmore Theatre.
May Lane Graffiti
Artwork on display at May Lane, an outdoor gallery space at St Peters near Newtown. Image Dan Boud
Thanh Binh restaurantThanh Binh restaurant in Newtown. Footage courtesy of Sydney Weekender
The Old Fish Cafe, Newtown, Sydney
Couple sitting at the Old Fish cafe in Newtown. Image James Pipino,Tourism NSW
Nightlife, Newtown, Sydney
Couple having drinks at 'Madame Fling Flongs' above 'Sonja's' in Newtown Sydney. Image James Pipino,Tourism NSW
Istanbul on King St, Newtown, Sydney
'Istanbul on King' Turkish Restaurant in Newtown Sydney. Image James Pipino,Tourism NSW
Made 590, Newtown
Interior of design store 'Made 590' on King Street in Newtown. Image Daniel Boud, Tourism NSW