Eating Like a Gluttonous Hipster

February 6, 2013 at 10:58 pm
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Linda & Andy from Gluttonous Hipster

Gluttonous hipster is a food blog started by Sydneysiders Linda Xu and Andy Nicholas, who both share a passion for the good things in life. We’re talking Frank Ocean, Larry David, Home Alone marathons, people watching and most importantly lazy Sunday brunches. Gluttonous Hipster features photos and pop culture infused write ups of their favourite cafes and restaurants (old and new), based on three core principles:
1. No one touches the food until all photos are taken
2. Use of the Kelvin Instagram filter is strictly forbidden
3. If there is fried chicken on the menu, the fried chicken must be ordered.

Here’s their ultimate street for the gluttonous hipster:

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1. Frankie’s Pizza- great for an after work drink or a pizza date night, and who doesn’t want to live their dreams as a pinball champ?

2. Kitchen by Mike- We love Kitchen by Mike for serving up bright, hearty and fresh dishes in a welcoming, large warehouse space.

3. Blind Barber- Have a drink at Blind Barber, our favourite bar in New York, and have a private party in their vintage living room out back.

4. Reuben Hills- Nothing beats listening to Reuben Hills’ soundtrack while enjoying a not reuben sandwich and a salted caramel milkshake.

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5. Opening Ceremony- Rounding out our street is Opening Ceremony in SoHo, two storeys of retail therapy heaven which will bring a smile to even the most non-expressive hipster’s face.

6. Cafe Gitane-  Cafe Gitane’s deceptively simple avocado toast in Nolita is the perfect dish for celebrity watching.

As for why they are Posse fans:

There is something really exciting and personal about curating and sharing your favourite places through Posse. It’s like making a modern day mixtape for a crush – setting the right tone and making sure your selections are on point are key, and because of that, browsing the streets on Posse becomes really addictive. Doesn’t hurt that the illustrations are great too. If you fancy yourself as a bit of a gluttonous hipster, make sure you follow Linda & Andy via Posse & their blog!