We stopped by Mrs. Secondhand for a chat with business owner Jody Galvin, who has been in the secondhand business since before secondhand was cool. She also owns a second business across the road Pack Up Your Troubles, it’s a decluttering business and they specialise in helping families with deceased estates.
People say the Benjys feels like a house party and some even say it makes them feel like they are on holiday, particularly due to the colours and music.
We visited Brunswick’s urban winery for a chat with Kate a supervisor at Noisy Ritual. We talked wine, drank wine and chatted all things Brunswick, winemaking, celebrations and of course good food.
Brunswick East boasts an incredibly vibrant arts community and we can thank the many organisations in the area that support and nurture this important part of the suburb’s unique identity. One of those special organisations is the Centrestage performing arts school.
Armature Pilates work a variety of individuals who might have injuries or conditions, or those who require a little more focused work.
400 Gradi started nearly ten years ago and has become a world-renowned award-winning Italian restaurant.
After living in Norway in Oslo for about six years, working in cocktail bars there, Adam from Bouvier Bar spoke to us about his journey back to East Brunswick.
Barbers of Brunswick is a modern barber shop that honors the old craft of men’s grooming. A visit to this barber shop isn’t just about the end result, it’s about the experience.
After a morning hanging out in Brunswick we stopped for a coffee, poached eggs and smashed avo at El Mirage where we were lucky to be served by local Brunswick legend Tosh.
Brunswick East boasts a strong Italian community with a focus on all things including music, cuisine, and culture. Strolling down Lygon Street we were lucky to bump into Adriana who works at a local Italian music and lifestyle store.