The Tramsheds Harold Park is Sydney's latest uber cool dining precinct. It's a place where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner and everything in between. The old Rozelle tramsheds (circa 1904), have been converted and renovated to make this awesome space, and you can even dine in an old tram that is located in one of the eateries!
Numerous family friendly dining establishments make up the Tramsheds precinct, as well as providores and services, like a gourmet supermarket, bottle shop, gym, health food shop, medical centre, barber and nail salon.
The current venues to dine at include:
Butcher and the Farmer - a buzzing restaurant specialising in all things meat, straight from the farm - this is the restaurant with the tram!
Fish & Co - stylish restaurant specialising in sustainably caught seafood
There's plenty of parking, monthly markets, pop up stalls and more. The various vendors will also host classes, such as French for Beginners at Garcon, and How to Bake Bread, at Dust. Keep an eye on the Tramshedssocial media pages for more information.
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