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Car: not necessary
It's is a great little suburb in Sydney’s inner west, only 4 km to the CBD. This suburb is only two train stops from Central Station.
Erskineville offers many quiet streets lined with beautiful terrace homes, just far enough from the hustle and bustle of Erskineville Road and King Street. If it’s young, smart, rich people you’re looking for, this is the place. Erskineville has an abundance of cafes, bars and pubs on offer including:
Fleetwood Macchiato: A cute ‘hole in the wall’ cafe boasting an amazing breakfast and lunch menu in addition to a delicious assortment of sweets including quince, strawberry and rose cake and blackberry and banana bread.
Cafe Shenkin: This Israeli cafe will have you lining up for more While you have to get in early to get a seat for a weekend breakfast; it’s worth the wait. You’ll be greeted with a Middle Eastern themed menu, amazing coffee and fantastic, friendly service.
The Erskineville Hotel: Commonly known as the Erko to locals, The Erskineville Hotel is a grungy yet welcoming pub that offers delicious menu specials every night of the week including the Erko footy dog, fajitas and a Sunday roast, which can be washed down with a cocktail jug. The cosy, mismatched furniture and outdoor seating lining the street add to the charm of this little pub you’ll want to call your own.
Hive Bar: Enjoy a free beer or wine when you buy a pizza or burger Monday through to Thursday at this quirky and arty bar on Erskineville Road. Friendly staff, a great menu, an original DJ and a casual and relaxed vibe all week long make the Hive Bar a hit with the locals and visitors alike.