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A new food and caffeine-filled laneway hangout has joined Sydney's CBD as Barrack Place opens to the public. Taking inspiration from the laneways of Melbourne and New York, the space has an industrial fit-out with a touch of art—there's a brick façade, black steel details and cobblestone streets, plus installations by Adelaide artist Amy Joy Watson.

Located in between Clarence Street and York Street, the precinct centres around an award-winning 23-storey tower that spans 22,000 square-metres of office space. But the ground level is the real food destination.

As far as the retail space goes, there's a lot of coffee options. Currently open is Batch Espresso, with its specialty brews and Parisian pastries; minimalist coffee roaster St Dreux, from Prestons in Sydney's southwest; and Chinese street food newbie Mo'st—which, in addition to slinging rou jia mo (a Chinese-style burger originating from the Shaanxi Province that's said to be the world's oldest sandwich), is offering Five Senses coffees, milkshakes and matcha concoctions. - Marissa Ciampi, Concrete Playground Review

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