Bobby’s Coffee Store fills a coffee-shaped hole in Adelaide’s Southern suburbs

With its minimalist style in design and menu, Bobby’s Coffee Store is a welcome addition to Warradale’s cafe scene.

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Small, clean, simple. That’s the premise behind the newest coffee kid on the Warradale block, Bobby’s Coffee Store.

Tucked away on a quiet backstreet of the Southern suburb, Bobby’s is bringing its minimalist, coffee-purist style to an area that has been lacking in such. The café opened its doors last Saturday to a raving public response, with many locals claiming they have finally found their new local.

For some time, Warradale residents have had to travel to neighbouring Brighton or Glenelg for a good cuppa Joe with nowhere close to just stop past or catch up with friends nearby. As locals themselves, Bobby’s owner Jack Sutton and his wife Caitlin recognised the gap in the market and wanted to bring a community atmosphere to the suburb.

With its simple menu of pastries, bagels and of course, marvellous coffee, Jack drew inspiration from our neighbours across the border in Melbourne and the way they enjoy their morning brew and proving you don’t have to have the whole brekky shebang to have an enjoyable brekky experience.

The fit-out follows suit with just a few simple tables lining the bright, white walls of the intimate space.

A pro-cyclist in a past life, Jack’s transition into hospitality was fuelled by his love for the coffee shops he’d spent so much time frequenting in his past.

Named after the couple’s four-legged friend, there are big plans for Bobby’s with the pair eventually hoping to move into evening trade and potentially double as a wine bar in the future.

Bobby’s Coffee Store is located at 43a Addison Road, Warradale

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