Part three of five posts introducing you to the On Foley crew and their bar & restaurant matches for next month's Good Food Month and Sydney Craft Week dining walk event.

Foley Street is located in the heart of Darlo and is home to five creative businesses working across art, design, fashion, jewellery and home wares on the newly paved laneway. Running between Oxford & Burton Streets off Crown this is inner city Sydney's latest craft & design shopping destination.

Bermuda Black

Run by self-taught shoemaker Marina Roorda, Bermuda Black offers a bespoke shoe design service, along with a range of off-the-shelf shoe and clothing designs. Bermuda Black’s Foley Street retail space is combined with an open studio and workshop where customers can watch Marina at work and see her suite of shoemaker’s tools.

Marinwill give a short talk about her practice whilst guests enjoy a selection of tasting plates from The Commons.

The Commons

The Commons

A local eating house that indulges Sydney locals with seasonally influenced, ingredient-focused cuisine. The name 'The Commons' refers to the ‘shared environmental and cultural resources of a city’, and they are proud to support Sydney producers wherever they can.

Their produce is sourced as ethically as possible utilising fresh produce from around Sydney, and supporting local artisan food makers. Located in an old sandstone cottage on Burton Street, with an upstairs dining room and the Downtown Bar on the lower level opening out onto a green courtyard.

The Commons will serve a selection of tasting plates from their seasonal produce menu.