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Edition Coffee Roasters Is Sadly Closing Its Darlinghurst Cafe Next Month

Edition will now shift its focus to its new flagship store in Steam Mill Lane.
By Sarah Ward
September 22, 2018
By Sarah Ward
September 22, 2018

Just months after opening a second location in Haymarket, Edition Coffee Roasters is permanently closing its Darlinghurst cafe.

Announcing the news on its social media platforms, Edition will shift its focus to its new venture, in a move designed to "pave way for the next chapter". With its Darling Square store now considered its flagship site, the outfit will "continue to keep the dream alive, serving the best possible coffee, food, service and experience we can share".

A Darlinghurst mainstay since opening at the beginning of 2015, Edition quickly became a brunch favourite with its fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian dishes, served in an airy, minimalist space to match. And, obviously, for its coffee — which Sydneysiders will now need to visit Steam Mill Lane to enjoy.

For those keen on popping in to Liverpool Street for one last meal in Edition's original digs, you'd best get in fast — it's closing up the kitchen on Sunday, September 30. Caffeine fiends eager to remember cuppas gone by, you have a bit longer to make the trop, with the Darlinghurst spot serving coffee for an extra week following before finally shutting the doors on Sunday, October 7.

Edition Coffee Roasters will remain open at 265 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst until October 7. For more info, visit

Image: Google Maps.

Published on September 22, 2018 by Sarah Ward
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