Channel your inner Tarzan – minus the vine-swinging.
Two Kiwi chefs (including one who’s worked at Embla) are firing up a barbecue in Lulie’s courtyard – for one day only.
The South Sudanese pop star will be performing at Ella Mittas's latest pop-up dinner.
A quaint little Thai restaurant on the edge of Abbotsford.
Quality pizza and pasta just across from Victoria Park on Johnston Street.
A neighbourhood pub, more than 150 years old, by the team behind The Royston.
Abbotsford's premier Japanese soul food cafe.
One of Melbourne’s most authentic Thai eateries.
A friendly Thai island on bustling Victoria Street.
A relaxed cafe in the middle of a paddock.
A sleek cafe, bakery and roastery, with big plans.
Quick and affordable sandwiches, plus bottomless filter coffee.
Wholesome food and artisan coffee by the team behind Monk Bodhi Dharma.
A simple cafe tucked into the wings of the Abbotsford Convent.
Abbotsford's first serious cafe, and still one of its best.
A South and Central American menu worth travelling for, natural wines on tap and room for 400 punters.
A quirky bar in the backstreets of Abbotsford.
One of the friendliest, most relaxed bars in town.
A cosy bar and eating house in the heart of Little Saigon.
This Abbotsford bar, eatery and coffee takeaway window is a Johnston Street cure-all.
One of the few pubs in Melbourne with a true heritage fit-out.
There’s nothing cheap or DIY about this refined record store.
Forget whatever you think about pre-loved furniture stores – this one is different.
Catch two jewellery makers in action, then order a custom piece.
Sophisticated womenswear that’s made to last.
Forward-thinking house and techno records from a veteran of the scene.
Abbotsford's cafes are as spacious and leafy as the suburb they're housed in. The coffee and food at each is also excellent.
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