Thursday, 8 January 2015

Hyde Park Cafe

Hyde Park Cafe is located in the south western corner of Hyde Park, behind the main entrance of Museum Railway Station. The Downing Centre is the building behind it, diagonally across the Elizabeth Street and Liverpool Street intersection. This heritage building was originally known as 'The Piazza' and was the site of Mark Foy's department store, but now converted to court complex containing local courts, state government courts and the District Court of New South Wales.

17 comments:

  1. What an inviting place to have a cup of coffee or a sandwich!

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  2. For at least six months of every year I don't want to sit inside to have my espresso and sandwiches. Fresh air and sun shine are essential ... as Hyde Park Cafe has shown.

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  3. Yup I agree, alfresco is best.. Looks good Jim.

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  4. Lovely photo - looks so inviting! - Tasha xxx

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  5. What an interesting mix of styles here. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  6. Charming little outdoor cafe. I remember climbing the many steps to the entrance to Mark Foys - in my younger days. But that activity only happened when I visited Mark Foys to view their stunning Christmas display.

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  7. Both buildings seem to suit each other quite well!

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  8. I like that pink cafe, Jim! And the Downing Centre looks fabulous.

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    1. It's more like red but with the harsh Aussie summer sun, at this time of year, it does appear pink.

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  9. so that's hyde park? very cool! looks very inviting, would love to have a coffee there

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  10. So many windows Jim. I wonder how many faces are behind them.

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  11. A great angle, I have not noticed that sign

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