Guys, we made it to spring. Congratulations to us, it has been quite the ride this year. Over the last month, life has ramped up to a bit more of a normal pace and with that, comes the opening of a few new venues on the Coast.
As we do every month, we’ve compiled a little roundup so you don’t miss anything.
D Point 10
The latest in a long line of D Point 10 doughnut joints is the Varsity Lakes store that opened in early August, much to the delight of everyone. They’re serving up all the usual favourites plus what might just be the greatest doughnut flavour of all time, Caramilk. Go try it for yourself.
Where: A2/201 Varsity Parade, Varsity Lakes
The Backyard Café
The crew behind some Gold Coast faves (Hideaway, Bine, Nightjar and Nightcap to name a few) opened a sweet newbie in the heart of Nobby’s, called it The Backyard Café and created a whole lot of good vibes. They’re serving up breakfast and lunch with food trucks at night and something epic in the works.
Where: 17 Lavarack Road, Nobby Beach
Robina gained a pretty new brunch spot in the form of Parkway Coffee, by the gals at Third Base in Palm Beach and it comes with the same community feels, menu packed with goodness and of course, excellent coffee. Do yourself a favour and get on down to try it out.
Where: Robina Quays, 16b, 361 Robina Parkway, Robina
Kirra’s newest addition is Heartwood Espresso, found right opposite the beach and boasting the perfect menu for when you’ve just rolled in off the sand and want something refreshing and also delicious to fill you up. Perfect for those spring days that just arrived.
Where: 2/74 Musgrave Street, Kirra
Tarte Bakery & Café
Something very special arrived in Burleigh in late August and if you haven’t already had the pleasure, stop reading and get down there right now. It’s Tarte Bakery & Café and it’s the work of former Paddock Bakery owner Chloe Watts. Filled with incredible baked treats, brunch dishes and exceptional coffee, it’s one of a kind and we’re in love.
Where: 2 West Street, Burleigh Heads
While not a newbie, Stones Throw did move to a new location so that’s good enough for us. The crew that once called Burleigh home, packed up and headed on down to Currumbin to serve up their much-loved menu in a new garden oasis. Happy days for Currumbin locals.
Where: 9 Station Street, Currumbin