Daymaker Espresso

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About three years ago,  Daymaker Espresso popped up on the southern end of Pacific Avenue. Owners Andrew Madgwick (ex-52 Espresso) and Dylan Nesbit (ex-Barefoot, Elk, Blackboard and Paddock) had done…

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Noego Coffee

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“No ego by name, no ego by nature.” This is not only the mantra for one of our most unassuming coffee shops, but also its name: Noego Coffee. Hidden away…

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O-Sushi Coolangatta

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One of the benefits of living in a tourist destination is being around after the day-trippers have gone home. Finally, when buses and boats have pulled away, carrying their camera-toting…

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The Lucky Squire

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The Lucky Squire, the Gold Coast’s own James Squire brewhouse extraordinaire, opened in mid-June after three years of construction, transforming the ‘west wing’ of the Oracle precinct from a bunch…

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Tarte Bakery & Café

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When a new café pops up on the Gold Coast dining scene there’s a buzz of excitement, especially when it’s from a reputable owner, such as Chloe Watts, former owner…

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Miss Moneypenny’s

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Almost a year after the opening of a sister venue to Noosa’s award-winning Miss Moneypenny’s under the Avani apartment tower in Broadbeach, The Good Time Group welcomes the addition of…

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The Rusty Barrel

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The Rusty Barrel opened in Varsity Lakes in time to usher in 2020, its ready audience not only Bond University, but also in the suburb’s fast-growing business hub and medium…

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No Name Lane

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Founded by Peter Gloftis in 2016, No Name Lane began as a tiny hole-in-the-wall café in a nameless laneway off Oracle Boulevard. Its trade consisted mostly of coffee, gourmet wrapped…

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Haig St Cafe

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Position, position, position. Often touted as the key to investing, these are not the only three precepts of real estate. Another is to gain a location as close as possible…

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Izakaya Midori

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It takes courage to open a ‘destination’ restaurant, one so out of the way that diners must ‘seek to find’ it. Without walk-by foot traffic, destination restaurants depend on reputation…

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