What’s makes Bree St so popular?
Restaurants ala All-You-Can-Dream-Of!
The CBD, in general, is known for its quirky and off-centre cafes and restaurants, serving anything from the Mediterranean to vegan, and, sushi to Tapas. Bree Street doesn’t disappoint!
You’re in for a treat, whether you’re on your way to your new offices, lunching it up with a client, or needing a bite after a hard after-work gym session.
When you’re in the company of the likes of Villa 47, expect Italian charm, Mediterranean fun and even Asian flavour. Fancy a bit of a hip and trendy vibe? Try Arcade, with its London slash New York feel, set in an industrial space, serving simple but creative dishes like burgers, pizza, café-style snacks, and of course they serve alcohol.
Jasons Bakery is a Bree St institution, opened as a “hole in the wall” in 2007. As they say “When it comes to true craftsmanship, a croissant is anything but… That little mofo actually takes three days to make.” And with artisan bakery, you cannot beat that level of perfection. Highly addictive, be warned.