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Published August 20th 2014
High fashion accessories in a relaxed location
If you are looking for quality footwear and fashion accessories that will stand the test of time, then you need to take a walk to the corner of Gouger Street and Morphett Street and step inside the newly launched Endless Café Boutique Gallery. This gorgeous, eclectic boutique will not disappoint.
The owners chose the name to depict the 'endless' possibilities of their new concern. It was formerly two entities with Bondi Ugg Australia in the front and conveniently named Out the Back at the back, with their sister store Clutch those Heels at Torrensville.
After some renovations to turn it into a more inviting and cohesive space they relaunched as Endless Café Boutique Gallery on the 1st August 2014.
There is a definite focus on local products with Robe's own Mahalia coffee served in the refurbished front room. You'll also find some delicious treats to accompany your caffeine hit.
This is a family owned business and everyone is passionate about the products and the direction of their newly launched brand. They stock the most beautiful selection of local and internationally designed footwear, including shoes by Fiona Mc Guinness, Adelaide's largest range of Crocs and locally made Uggs to keep your toes warm for winter.
Gorgeous handbags by local designer Kelly Brown are a highlight of a visit to Endless. You'll certainly see endless possibilities for spicing up your wardrobe with their products.
Endless caters for two types of customers; on the one hand if you are in the city looking for the perfect shoe or bag for a new outfit, this is the store for you. On the other, if you need a break from shopping and a coffee hit, the relaxed atmosphere where you can plug in and charge up your phone, iPad or laptop will hit the spot.
It is sure to become Adelaide's latest destination for fashion, art and coffee.
It would be helpful if you could put how many the cafe part seats, and tell us a bit about the food- such as do they have any cakes etc to go with the coffee. But thanks, I didnt' know about this place.