Niagara's cafe culture on show in old shopfront

Updated July 30 2020 - 9:28am, first published July 29 2020 - 6:30pm
Niagara's cafe culture on show in old shopfront
Niagara's cafe culture on show in old shopfront
Now and then: The location of the Niagara Cafe as it stands now and young people who were in Blayney for a Methodist youth camp in the 50's.
Now and then: The location of the Niagara Cafe as it stands now and young people who were in Blayney for a Methodist youth camp in the 50's.

Long before the search for the perfect coffee became a national obsession, the humble cafe, often run by enterprising Greek immigrants, was the go to place to eat in most towns.

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