By Niall Roeder.
There is an obscene amount of things to do, eat and drink in Bondi. Hate to use the old there’s something for everyone line, but there really is something for everyone. The beach bums have their crashing surf and roasting sands, the foodies have a range of fine dining to classic tucker, and the merrymakers have about a million bars and pubs to sit and sip at. And that’s not even mentioning the active individuals revelling in the goings-on or the coffee kids spoilt for choice of quality brews.
Our mates at Concrete Playground described Bondi as, “not just a postcard-happy stretch of sand, Bondi’s made quite the art form of brunching, post-swim drinks and beachside dinners”, which we think is a pretty bloody good description. We’re actually big fans of what they do in general, so we’ve partnered with them to bring out a Neighbourhood Guide to Bondi.
It’s full of our favourite local spots to get sloshed, get fed or get amongst it. It runs through the Bondi essentials, like eating fish and chips on the grassy knoll, hitting the Bondi to Coogee walk, perusing the Bondi Farmers Markets and barefoot bowling at Bondi Bowling Club.
Have a read. If you’re from out of town it’ll be a good (and positively overwhelming) start to organising your Bondi plan of attack. If you’re a local you’ll know some of the spots, but there’ll be a few things you didn’t know about that can be added to your day to day meanderings.
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