Every big city has its hip district. Canberra adopted this concept not too long ago, creating one in Braddon, right next to the city centre. Of the many cafés here, Lonsdale Street Roasters is my favourite. What does it have to do with winter? Well the coffee machine is close to the door that’s constantly opening and closing from 6.30am with the flow and ebb of coffee addicts, so on chilly July mornings even the barista wears long johns under his shorts.
And the barista’s mother sits in her house with a large gas heater at her back, playing with pens and inks, writing out the slogan for the 21st-century coffee culture which she is happy to be part of.
4 Replies to “Winter in Canberra – 5”
Nice series, Trish. Thank you for sharing your cafe society
Thank you for reading my week of wintry posts.
I like the slogan, your writing is awesome!
You’re awesome yourself! Thanks.
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