Things to do
To mark Plastic Free July, we've asked your favourite local café spots if they're accepting reusable coffee cups. It's time to dig out your reusable coffee cup from the back of the cupboard with a list of all your environment-loving cafes in the City of Marion below.
104a Sturt Road, Warradale
Banks and Brown is a cosy plant jungle offering a unique and quirky experience that reconnects you with nature as you enjoy a delicious coffee. This café supplies good vibes and house-plant wisdom, with indoor and outdoor spots surrounded by their lush greenery. Bring your reusable coffee cup for a sweet 30c discount.
1a Heron Way, Hallett Cove
What better way to end a nice walk at the Hallett Cove Conservation Park than with a warm coffee and bites from the Boatshed? Offering a takeaway kiosk and a café, listen to the waves and enjoy the view and this tranquil space located on Heron Way at Hallett Cove. Don't forget your reusable coffee cup!
808 Marion Road, Marion
D.OSE transports you to a time you thought you had forgotten. This old school café tickles your nostalgia, showcasing classic cars and retro hip-hop tunes. Based in a car park, the funky café has a relaxed atmosphere and fulfills your coffee and snack needs. Please bring your reusable coffee cup clean and ready to fill with caffeinated goodness.
1139b/297 Diagonal Road, Marion
Ground level | Westfield Shopping Centre
Located on the bottom level of Westfield, stands a bright, vibrant cafe with a big personality. Ergo offers an extensive brunch menu and barista-brewed coffee supplied by Adelaide-based coffee roasting legends BLK MRKT Coffee Roasters. Hot tip, Ergo recently added fluffy pancakes to their menu served with berries and vanilla bean ice cream - also available in a kid's serve. The perfect shopping pit-stop for you and your little ones!
513 Marion Road, South Plympton
The Front Page Café offers locally roasted coffee, wood-oven pizzas, and loyalty rewards. Satisfy your caffeine cravings from this small family business who are passionate about all things breakfast, lunch and dinner. Check out the daily specials and discounts on the Front Page Coffee app.
Shop 8/20 Heysen Drive
If you're after a warm big breakfast any time of day in one of the hottest newest cafes in town, Heysen Kitchen Cafe is the place for you. Start your day with a generous sized meal and a coffee or pop in on rainy days for a tasty hot chocolate to warm your soul.
Plenty of gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options.
46 Towers Terrace, Edwardstown
Not only are your reusable coffee cups welcomed here, they're encouraged with a 5 per cent discount on your coffee. Located opposite Trott Memorial Reserve, It Takes a Village offers specialty coffee and delicious treats. Pick up some locally baked bread, pastries and treats or purchase a mug made by Louise herself. Did we mention dogs are also welcome?
18 Byre Avenue
Do you need to catch up on your work but need a chill place away from your everyday distractions? Come to Lampshade Coffee Lounge for a coffee and a toastie to help you focus on the important (or not so important) work. Not only can you bring your reusable cup, the staff are happy to give it a quick rinse for you if you need. Now that's service!
Shop 1/121 The Cove Road, Hallett Cove
The Local Coffee Shop not only offers a welcoming dine-in experience with friendly staff, but features tasty treats and yummy coffees. Whether you're after a latte, juice or toasted sandwich, this café is a local hotspot. You can also pick up delicious and environmentally friendly coffee pods and beans in store.
93 Railway Terrace, Ascot Park
Are you looking for a comfy and artsy breakky location? Look no further than Omnivore Café in Ascot Park. Relish in some scrambled eggs or a turmeric latte, and be tempted by their function grazing boards. This colourful location offers something for everybody (and that includes free biscuits for your furry friends!).
560B Marion Road, Plympton Park
Once and Again is not your typical coffee shop. Inspired by the beautiful cafes of Europe…where conversation blooms and friends connect, this quaint little book cafe is full of pre-loved and new books, as well as a gorgeous selection of gifts. Infamous for supporting local, you'll find the cafe full of local talent whether that's artworks, photography or even a local musician. Good vibes are guaranteed at this little peach-coloured pit stop.
59A Bray Street
Sublime Coffee Roasters know all about good coffee. Not only do they serve coffee to the public, but they offer cafe training and coffee bean supplies to other cafes and restaurants. Sublime know the ins and outs of what makes a coffee, well, sublime.