The warehouse buildings are lovely. Great idea to use them for restaraunts!
Is the food any good?
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Saretta, the restaurants are quite good. The Italian Village Restaurant is my favourite one here.
Looks like the restaurant is packed.
Beautiful buildings. I heard there were storms your way!
Jenn Jilks, the state of Queensland was hit by Cyclone Ului on the weekend. Those storms were around Mackay, about 1700km north of Sydney.
Love the restaurants, buildings looks great, a nice place to visit and eat. Did well capturing the photos.
every thing old seems much better than modern counterparts. lovely place. the old building in background is supercool also. whutta great place! lucky u. :)
How easily change and progress can take over a place. For this one, it must be a welcome development before and even now. Very nice photos here.
J Bar: That is really so neat, great to use the old building at the bay.
Now that looks like a fab place to spend an afternoon or evening sampling some fine fare. It's so great to see those buildings have a new lease on life.
Looks like a great place to eat and hang out and enjoy! Great photos, as always. I love it when cities will make use of older buildings rather than tearing everything down and starting over again. Seems this is what has been done here! Great post!Sylvia
I remember eating at Pancakes on the Rocks when I was in Sydney - I even got a t-shirt from there. Great area to explore!
Susie of Arabia, ah yes, Pancakes on the Rocks is located in another old warehouse just behind this row of sandstone ones.
The stone building are lovely. It looks like a wonderful place to visit.
I always love to see old building maintained and reinvented for new uses. Looks like a lovely area.
Looks like a wonderful place. Wow. Beautiful.
That looks like a great place to hang out for a while. Hope the restaurants (at least some of them) live up to the ambience and character of the surroundings. Very cool place
It must be nice to hear the wind playing above with the sails, making it probably felt like a small holiday escape. How very nice to see such a place, probably unseen over here.A wonderful Tuesday for you.
Picturesque, but is their food any good?
I like to see old buildings put to new uses. These are very different than my shots of the desert of California.
They surely look interesting..and different.Thanks for sharing.
What a wonderful day to spend under those sails! Very creative design for a restaurant!
Wren, I haven't tried them all but the ones that I have been to, have very good food.
Great shots!Conversion and utilization is better than demolition.Stay safe friend!
Wonderful heritage structure.
What beautiful buildings - the sandstone is so golden!
beautiful buildings! nice to see they are maintained & put to some use.
Sydney is really a nice place to visit. Great seafood and restaurants! Thanks for the comment on my blog.
It is nice that these lovely buildings are put to use.
This reminded me of Rotterdam or something. I guess all warehouses get turned into fashionable waterfronts. Great photos.
Always interesting to come and visit Sydney! Thanks for some great tours!
Great photos. I love the creative designs of the restaurants. Thanks for visiting
What a neat place. I'll be having seafood tonight but not by the ocean
great place for a lunch I think. :)
What an exciting place to visit. I look forward to your posts and the interesting topics that you discuss. Thanks for sharing.
The refurbished warehouses are a perfect setting for this marine themed restaurant. I'd like to see it!
Glad they have preserved these and gave them a new life.
It's always nice to see old buildings restored, preserved, recycled...
The buildings are fabulous!
Looks like a delightful place to spend a day! Many of the old waterfronts in the US have been converted to restaurants and shops.
Wonderful buildings. :)
looks like a lovely place to visit
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