Sub-Station Cafe N 152 – Alexandria

Images from Sub-Station Cafe, Alexandria. A tiney but wonderful cafe converted from an old Sub-Station.

If you are wandering the streets of Outlet city - Alexandria - anytime soon this sweetly styled cafe built inside an old electrical substation could be the little bit of relief you are looking for......

This is where you'll find fresh-baked cinnamon scrolls meet DIY avocado toast and excellent coffee thanks to a house blend from Single Origin. And full marks to the hidden treasure of a courtyard, the perfect sun catcher. Looks like it's solar power from here on in, then. And as we all know, it's always sunny in Alexandria

About the outlets...

Botany Road – on the cusp of Waterloo and Alexandria – is the area’s main artery, and it is ripe with outlets! If you’re game enough to explore the suburb on foot, you can start at Green Square train station and wander down Botany Rd. (Full disclosure: the full stretch of outlets in this area is vast. A car is recommended, but a combination of walking and public transport is doable.)

Just out of Green Square station, be sure to stop at the Wittner outlet on Bourke St, where you can find great prices on current and former season shoes. If that doesn’t satisfy your appetite for footwear, there is also a huge range at the FSW Shoe Warehouse on McEvoy St.

Along Botany Rd you’ll find a range of sportswear outlets like New Balance, Puma and Canterbury. Reebok is also nearby.

For those looking for new clothes, there’s a bargain basement Cotton On store on Botany Rd, plus great swimwear bargains at Seafolly.

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