Redbrick

Thoughts: Redbrick provides a little suburban escape of deliciousness and caffeine. Nestled, funnily enough in a single storey red brick building at the Curtin shops, is a cafe that you're likely to have driven past before and not ever noticed. There is little to no signage outside the cafe or much else to convey what... Continue Reading →

T.C.L – On Instagram

Were on Instagram! We have decided to launch The Capital List on social media, and specifically/solely on Instagram. No we don't have any affiliation with Instagram we just like the platform & can tolerate the advertisements on there, for now. Morty & I have found that Facebook & many other popular social media outlets have... Continue Reading →

Stickers!

If you missed our Instagram post about or sticker haul don't panic! Our mate L.S Newton has delivered the goods (pictured above). They will be delivered to anyone who loves what we do and wants to represent 'The List'. Drop us a line at contact.thecapitallist@gmail.com & be sure to include your name and address along with: a joke,... Continue Reading →

ONA – Manuka

Thoughts: Apparently it's pronounced 'On-Ah', not 'Oh-Nah', mind blown! 'On-Ah Manuka' aka 'ONA On The Lawns' is the original ONA venue and probably their most relaxed offering. Sitting in a fantastic little strip of cafes at Manuka shops, including Urban Pantry & Patissez, although it is probably our pick of the strip for a quality brew... Continue Reading →

Penny University

Thoughts: Penny has remained a staple of Kingston for a number of years now whilst other venues have come and gone. This seems to be due largely to the fact that they have gotten their formula right; consistently good food, coffee, atmosphere, and service. It is easily one of my most favourite breakfast haunts in... Continue Reading →

Two Before Ten – City

Thoughts: I first floated the idea for 'The Capital List' a number of years ago whilst we were sitting in the original 'Two Before Ten' which used to be in Canberra House. Back then the intoxicating smell of their coffee roasting would drift across Hobart Place and I would find myself purchasing a bag of... Continue Reading →

The Capital List Begins

You’re standing on the street corner saying goodbye to your group of friends as you glance down and notice the stain on your shirt from the evenings meal. “Great...” you think. “A brand-new shirt and now it is ruined, and ruined by a terrible meal from a restaurant that was not only overpriced but devoid... Continue Reading →

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