An Adventure: Code Black

There is a small, ambiguous building in Brunswick. The shop front is dark, pertaining to its namesake- Code Black.

Intrigued, Regan and I entered to find a world of caffeinated heaven. A cafe, coffee roaster and ultimate hipster hangout: Codeblack is impressive. With a breakfast and lunch menu to suit a variety of tastes and dietary requirements, Codeblack specializes in the humble toastie. Gluten free was an option, and I was so excited.




The walls were black. The menu was black and white. It included single origin and house blend coffees, with a focus on brunch type meals and some rustic platters for good measure.



Honestly, it was fabulous. Regan had a Pastrami toastie with pickles, a house made dipping sauce and leafy greens.


I had a gluten free chicken and bacon toastie, which was amazing. My only complaint was that it wasn’t cut in half… which made it more difficult to eat.


The coffee was the first I had in a looong time, and it was delicious.

No complaints here, Code Black- we will be back.

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