My Neighbourhood: This Fashion Blogger Reveals Her Favourite Potts Point Haunts
When it comes to restaurants, cafes, culture, and architecture, Sydney’s inner city suburb of Potts Point is a class act. Its picturesque tree-lined streets are brimming with world-class culinary destinations, iconic fashion and lifestyle boutiques nestled under beautiful art deco buildings, as well as waterfront parks that make for an Instagram-worthy picnic setting.
Fashion and lifestyle blogger and founder of Badlands, Talisa Sutton, couldn’t agree more. The stylish creative has lived in the vibrant suburb on and off for a considerable stint. “I have lived between Potts Point and Elizabeth Bay on and off for about eight years, it’s one of my favourite suburbs due to its great location, gorgeous parks and bays, and great selection of cafes,” she say. Read on for Sutton’s favourite Potts Point haunts and navigate the trendy destination like a local next time you’re in town.
“Another part of my weekend routine is a walk around Rushcutters Bay, followed by a visit to the Kings Cross markets at the fountain. It’s a great spot to grab hot food, produce, and flowers. During the week I pick up fresh blooms from Poho for my home office, and I love to take an afternoon coffee break down at Beare Park or the garden in front of Elizabeth Bay House.”