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A NEW ERA AT MAKER - FINAL WEEKEND FOR THE CAFE


  • MAKER 552 Parramatta Road Petersham, NSW, 2049 Australia (map)
 Pic by our pal @zani_eats_a_leaf

Pic by our pal @zani_eats_a_leaf

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We are welcoming in a new era of MAKER & are excited to be sharing these changes with you. 

As always, our focus is offering up accessible veganism, supporting small business and building community in a fun and tasty way. That’ll never change!

So ok.... we’re just going to say it, are you sitting down?? Good! We’re closing the cafe! Repeat, we’re closing the cafe. Our last day of trade will be Sunday the 29th July.

Over the last 18 months we have transformed the front of our commercial kitchen into a weekend cafe and have designed menus that have been exciting and damn delicious and it’s now time to lean into change and shift our business away from that model and focus on expanding our workshop program, catering offering and market presence to something much more sustainable. 

In the lead up to that day we will be taking a walk down memory lane and some of the MAKER Greatest Hits will be gracing our Specials Board so make sure you come in for a final hurrah and help us send off the cafe in style. Mie Goreng toastie anyone??

MAKER will still be here, and you’ll be able to experience the thriving community we are building and our tasty tasty menus in different ways. 

Our focus moving forward will be:

- workshops
- events
- catering
- kitchen hire

Check out our new website for all the details. 

Thank you for helping us create something really special with the cafe and we’re excited about our new plans so if you’ve been wanting to come to one (or 3!) of our workshops but weekday nights have been too hard, OR you’ve been wanting to grow your business and produce with MAKER but can only do so on the weekends, we’ve got a whole new world of weekend skill sharing and kitchen use just waiting for you!

Much love
The MAKER fam

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COMMUNE Presents Sydney Vegan Market