Non-Profit Cantina The Two Wolves Opens in Sydney

by Madeleine Borgersen

Taking it’s name from the family crest of Saint Ignatius, The Two Wolves continues the family’s focus on generosity. A newly opened volunteer run bar and eatery in Sydney’s Chippendale, it’s the perfect spot to pay it forward with a pint ot two.

Non-Profit Cantina The Two Wolves Opens in Sydney

The Two Wolves is newly opened in Sydney’s Chippendale, to raise funds and awareness whilst offering amazing food and drinks.

Created by The Cardoner Project, a student-based volunteering hub founded by Father David Braithwaite in 2010, The Two Wolves is a bar and eatery that’s non-for-profit, sending all surplus income to volunteers working with disadvantaged communities in Thailand, Ecuador, Nepal and even right here in Sydney.

Situated right in the university hub of Sydney, the new Broadway eatery is run by a team of passionate volunteers with the long-term plan of training unemployed youth.

Built with the help of industry leaders such as hotelier Fraser Short (Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel, The Morrison), cafe entrepenuer Ben Sweeten (Rose Bay Diner, Kansas City Shuffle), designer Paul Spon-Smith (Coco Republic Design School), interior designer and hotelier Michael Delanay and architect Michael Morgan, The Two Wolves is a passionate project that has everyone combining their talents for the greater good.

Want to learn more about The Two Wolves?

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Open Monday – Friday, 11am – 11pm
202 Broadway, Chippendale NSW 2008



2 responses to “Non-Profit Cantina The Two Wolves Opens in Sydney”

  1. Julie Small says:

    Ive never heard of this before and what a fantatstic idea. I work at Sydney Uni rright near here so you can guess what’s now on my radar!! thanks for this