Three Beans

bIn 2006, Three Beans set out on a mission to create delicious food and coffee that was ethically sourced, nutritious, and sustainable. The concept was a success and after experiencing rapid growth in its native New South Wales, Three Beans crossed state lines in 2018, launching its Eagle Street store in Brisbane’s CBD.
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Joe Frank Café

Joe Frank Café

Long ago, three siblings, Fabian, Massimo, and Romina Crea, were washing dishes for pocket money in their grandfather’s hotel kitchen and then aunty’s café. It seemed inevitable that one day the three would forge their own careers in the hospitality industry.
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Kohitsuji Café

Kohitsuji Café

For Shunsuke Kamoda and his wife, a chef and barista by trade, opening a café was the perfect way to combine their talents and passions. So when the pair started Kohitsuji Café in downtown Wellington, they had the necessary knowledge on food and coffee covered. 
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Industry Beans CBD

Industry Beans extends CBD café opening hours

In response to changing Australian coffee drinking habits, Industry Beans has extended the opening hours of its CBD cafés in Melbourne and Sydney until 6pm on weekdays. “Right now, what we’re seeing and hearing is that coffee drinking doesn’t stop at 2, 3, or 4pm in Australian cities – it’s become an evening experience,” says Trevor Simmons, CEO at Industry Beans.
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Meal Machines

Meal Machines

Beginning as a pre-packaged meal service aimed at fitness enthusiasts, Meal Machines near Hobart puts an emphasis on fresh and healthy food. It combines this with a play centre to accommodate parents. “I’ve created an environment that’s quite holistic,” Meal Machines Director Chris Thurlow says. “You can come in with your kids and have a coffee while they play, or go to the gym and relax afterwards with a coffee, whole fruit smoothie, or acai bowl.”
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Ona Coffee Melbourne

Ona Coffee Melbourne to open in 2020

Ona Coffee is joining the Melbourne coffee community with a Brunswick café, headquarters, and training academy set to open in 2020. Melbourne is often touted as one of the coffee capitals of the world, alongside the likes of Seattle, London, and Milan. This is in no small part due to the city’s many specialty roasters emphasising innovation and development, community engagement and education, and coffee quality and sustainability.
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Time Place

Time & Place

There’s always a time and place for good coffee, and that’s what Leor Haimes aimed to provide when he opened his second café in Bentleigh East in January.  “It’s really bringing that side of Bentleigh together and we’ve already got so many regulars,” Leor says. “It’s quite amazing to see how quickly a café in the middle of nowhere – we’re the first in the area to be doing what we’re doing – can grow and bring people together.”
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A Mother's Milk

A Mother’s Milk

For many café owners, a toned-down, rustic look is a design choice made to increase the character of their venue. But for A Mother’s Milk in South Australia, it began as a necessity. “When the original owners set up the café, they didn’t have much of a budget for design, so it was quite raw, with exposed bricks and wooden floorboards. But the concept has become more popular and it looks amazing now,” Owner Tania Basheer says. 
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The Hungry Fox Café

The Hungry Fox Café

The Melbourne suburb of Essendon is known for its proud football club, Melbourne’s first international airport, and one of the most talked about supermarkets in town, LaManna.  Just as conversations in Melbourne celebrate coffee, when it comes to groceries, LaManna is top of mind as a “destination” for its quality food, custom cakes, and the “deliberate chaos” it creates on the weekend. 
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Yoga Place Blacksmiths

The Yoga Place Blacksmiths

While travelling overseas, Brooke Simpson and her husband Ben were inspired by feloow travellers to open a plant-based café adjacent to their yoga studio.   After developing their yoga studio – with
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