Rosebery combines an intriguing blend of heritage and culture - local food providores, leading restaurants, bars, premium lifestyle brands and artisans.
SYDNEY'S GREATEST DESIGN HUB
Koskela is an innovative and inspiring Australian furniture, design and lifestyle brand, committed to exceptional design, manufacturing in Australia and championing social enterprise.
“Follow your heart. Trust your judgement. Do it with joy”. This is Koskela’s motto. Koskela was founded by partners Russel Koskela & Sasha Titchkosky in 2000, who left behind lucrative careers in the corporate world in a bid to create a company with a courageous mindset, strong social conscience and a creative and modern approach to furniture and design. Koskela is Sydney’s greatest design hub, located in a 2000m², one hundred year old warehouse in Rosebery, proudly selling Australia’s largest range of Australian made and ethically produced homewares, furniture, lighting, art and juniors.
ARGENTINIAN GRILL UNDER THE VINES
Three Blue Ducks' heritage listed warehouse café in Rosebery is their third site, alongside award-winning sister café-restaurants in Bronte and Byron Bay. Like them, you can bank on honest and exciting food that’s sourced sustainably and served in a relaxing environment.
At Rosebery, the team are focussing on unique dishes made with smoke and fire. The Argentinian grill in the garden gets fired up for whole lambs, pigs and large cuts of beef while the wood fired oven and two charcoal pits add smokey elements to a lot of the dishes being served. Relax in the popular garden which brims with olive trees, grape vines and herbs. The sun drenches this space most of the day, making it a great spot for a lazy lunch or a quick coffee. The front deck is the perfect place to grab a beer or have a function.
MODERN AUSTRALIAN FARE
Located in a revived warehouse, formerly The Cannery in Rosebery, this 240-seat venue is home to a spectacular dining room, expansive bar and open kitchen.
Stanton & Co. is captained by Group Executive Chef Regan Porteous and Head Chef Marcelino Papio, and serves up a modern Australian menu, alongside a diverse drinks menu. The duo have created two distinct menus for the restaurant – fast, fresh a la carte for lunch, and a more extensive, shared concept for dinner. Both reflect Porteous and Papios’ unique approach to modern Australian fare. Stanton & Co. has a strong focus on cocktails, alongside an approachable and balanced wine list with a premium craft beer selection.
A welcome start to the day, this speciality coffee shop lives and breathes the bean-to-cup philosophy by roasting their beans on site.
A perfect spot for coffee connoisseurs, Welcome Dose customers can watch the reconditioned Probat roaster in action and then savour the artisanal results.
The café also offers a range of teas, juices and shakes, as well as a selection of delicious breakfast and lunch options, including Smashed Peas on toast – which is famous amongst the residents of Rosebery.
Having operated The Vault online for the past year, directors Phoebe Nicol and Jeremy Bowker have opened their new premises at 377 Gardeners Road Rosebery, to showcase their eccentric collection of antique and 20th century pieces. The new space aims to create memorable vignettes mixing all manner and periods of furniture, art and objects with something on offer for all tastes. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am - 3pm or by appointment.
PIONEERS IN OUTDOOR FURNITURE
After 25 years as a world leader and innovator in outdoor furniture design and manufacture, Dedon opened its first Australian store in Rosebery last year.
This German startup revolutionised the industry by combining modern technology with traditional hand weaving techniques practiced on a remote island in the Philippines. Dedon continues to collaborate with world-renowned designers, adding to a portfolio that has won numerous international design awards and sees Dedon furnishing royal palaces in Europe and the Middle East.