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Mary Street just got a little more interesting with the addition of this tiny café/art gallery built into the ground floor of an old terrace. Here, it’s all about affordable Japanese art that rotates every two weeks. You’ll find everything from prints to pastels to oil paintings hung throughout the sweet little space. Out front, you can get a coffee and a Florentine (bought in from Swiss Bakery on Oxford Street) and lounge on the AstroTurf, or sit out the back on one of the wooden benches and admire the art. Sugoi.

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By Myffy Rigby   |   Photos by Rachel Murdolo

Me & Art details

62 Mary St, Surry Hills 2010

Telephone 0411 811 404

Price per person including drinks Up to $50

Open Daily 8am-late

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