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Best cafes in Wollongong

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“Great Cafe, reasonable coffee but a bit patchy. Often very busy but popular with locals and has a great vibe. Lots of interesting gourmet food options and knick-knacks to purchase.”
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“Three levels dedicated to a unique food and drink culture in the heart of Wollongong.”
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“Closest coffee shop if you head south along the main road. Very popular for coffee.”
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“Good for breakfast and lunches - great view as right on the beach. Can get busy on a sunny day but usually well staffed ”
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“A little laneway bar and burger joint that’s all about serving up burgers and brisket – think American South. The compulsory Shaketown shake ($8) with salted caramel or choc malt oreo to which a shot of bourbon or amaretto ($8) is a necessary add-on”
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“Good coffee and food. Nice interior, seats outside too if it's nice. One of the first nicer cafes in town years back.”
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“Free bus transport that can take you to town, the beach, TAFE and University of Wollongong every 10mins on peak and 20mins off peak.”
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“Italian food, plus metre-long wood fired Neapolitan pizza, in a restored 1930s bathers pavilion”
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“Adds Spanish flair to their breakfast menu, with La Española teaming eggs on toast with tumaca and grilled jamon ($15) or the El carnicero ($21) potato cake with morcilla sausage, chorizo, bacon, eggs and mojo verde”
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“Classic brunch bites, plus shellfish and organic meat, in a glass-walled space with harbour views.”
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“Good for coffee lunch and opposite pretty Austinmer Beach. Meals on Friday and Saturday nights.”
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“Primarily an espresso bar, Opus Coffee Brewers will welcome you with the coffee bar at the entrance, but out the back, communal tables will beg you to stay for brunch”
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“Known for their coffee and house baked pastries, but if you’re in the mood for something more hearty then they more than have you covered there too, think mushroom and feta Toast ($12.00) or house baked granola bowl ($14.00) paired with a full bodied Single O coffee”
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“Our favourite cafe in the area is Fireworks cafe , it is a very down to earth cafe and the owners are lovely.”
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“Great place for breakfast, lunch and coffee. They have an amazing bounty hot chocolate on the menu if you're a lover of coconut. Honest Don's is across the other side of Thirroul.”
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“Good for a nice day brunch or coffee - kinda down an alley way, feels a little Melbourne-y”
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