Danks St, Waterloo, Sydney
Fresh Produce, Italian Food, Cafes, Bar, Restaurant, Antique Furniture, Architectural & Decorative Pieces
Not that long ago, the somewhat scruffy streets of Waterloo were pretty much a no go area for many Sydney people. Much has changed as the streetscape has been transformed by a range of businesses cleverly integrated into the industrial heritage of the area.
Those in the hunt for the finest in antique furniture and architectural pieces, art works and a vibrant cafe and fresh food scene now head straight to Danks St.
At Fratelli Fresh you can buy the best seasonal domestic and imported produce and stock your pantry with wonderful Italian food products at reasonable prices.
The fresh fruit and vegetable section offers numerous varieties of Australian grown potatoes, tomatoes grown from seed imported from Sicily and a wide variety of chilled artisan herbs, to name but just a few items from what is always an exceptional seasonal market range.
Upstairs you'll find the classy Sopra Cafe which showcases the quality of the Fratelli fresh produce and Italian food products with simple, satisfying meals. Try a glass of wine in the Aperitivo Bar while you wait for a table!
Fratelli Fresh Waterloo - 7 Danks Street, Waterloo, NSW, 2017 - Ph: (02) 96993161
Founded by Melanie Starr & Jared Ingersoll on principles of the Slow Food movement, the Danks Street Depot first opened it's doors in February 2002.
The principles of the Slow Food movement - practising sustainable and ethical principles in sourcing raw ingredients to create delicious and nutritious cuisine - are followed to the letter at the Dank St Depot where all menus feature the best in locally available seasonal produce.
Open 7 days for breakfast until 11am, lunch until 3pm and dinner (Thursday to Saturday) 6-10pm.
A drink can also be enjoyed in the comfortable cocktail bar chosen by Tourism New South Wales & Vogue Magazine as 'a must when visiting New South Wales'.
Danks St Depot - 1/2 Danks Street, Waterloo, NSW, 2017 - Ph: (02) 96982201
Only exceptional pieces based on their decorative quality, originality and international value find their way into The Country Trader showroom.
With pieces such as an 18th Century Northern Italian bureau bookcase, 17th Century Spanish side tables of exquisite patina, sculptures, fountains, art deco, architectural and industrial pieces, owner Geoff Clark assembles a collection that is quite simply astounding.
Since moving into the 2000 square metre gallery in the PYD Building in Waterloo, The Country Trader has joined the busy Danks St design and arts precinct as a major attraction for both retail and trade customers.
The Country Trader - 97 Young St, Waterloo, NSW, 2017 - Ph:(02) 96984661