With one kilometre of stalls, there is so much on offer at the Glebe Street Fair. Where do you even begin? Probably with one of the artisan coffee stalls on offer. Along with the plethora of cafes along Glebe Point Road, Alexander Roastery is offering coffee of all kinds to fair-goers, so there is no shortage of choice for your caffeine hit. If you’re looking for something a bit sweeter, Captain Chocolate is not only offering mountains of chocolate, but chocolate covered coffee beans - a combination to die for.

If it’s food you’re after, then you have come to the right place.

The Chilli Effect is a stall dedicated to sauces, BBQ rubs and an assortment of dried chilli products to tantalise your spicy taste buds.

It’s not often you get to try South American gourmet cuisine, but at the Glebe Street Fair, La Sudaca Food is there to serve up Australian-Argentinian deliciousness!

Or if you feeling like a more European snack, then Fritz’s Weiners serving Bavarian style bratwurst on a freshly baked baguette might be what you’re looking for. There will be no shortage of food at the Glebe Street Fair, with flavours and cuisines for everyone.

Be bold and be beautiful with Haus of Dizzy. This loud-statement jewellery made by Newtown Indigenous artist, Kristy. “My Jewellery is all about making a statement and feeling confident to break away from mainstream fashion.” This is something really special. It’s homegrown, outgoing and not afraid to take a risk. Catch Haus of Dizzy at the Glebe Street Fair this year and get your hands on some jewellery with personality.

Need some fresh art for your home? Then look no further than Glebe Point Road on 20 November.

Red Dog Design will be there with their funky use of graphic design and typography to create fun and unique artwork.

Abstract Inks uses acrylic ink and yupo paper to create beautiful framed designs, with no two artworks the same. These are just two of the many stalls along the one kilometre stretch. 

Take a walk down Glebe Point Road to uncover the hidden gems of the Glebe Street Fair.



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