Head down to one of Melbourne’s 12 Sacred Heart Mission op-shops for a big sale.
You're never too old to have a boog.
Try local Monger-chosen cheeses to start, then fill up with triple-cheese jaffles, and fire-cooked raclette, saganaki and more.
The NGV’s new free show is a window into everyday life in 1920s and ’30s Japan.
The big gun classic in Italian dining in Melbourne.
A long-running restaurant dedicated to classic Italian dining.
After 19 years behind the counter at Pellegrini’s, Matt Picone opened this pasta bar dedicated to his late father.
A restaurant that's solely devoted to the Chinese bun.
An elegant 16-seat Japanese fine diner.
Star chef Andrew McConnell's signature is evident on every Eurocentric plate here, from the clam-topped flatbread to the anchovy Danish to the wood-fired rhubarb cheesecake. You’ll find us at the black-and-gold marble bar, Martini in hand.
This iteration of the Market Lane cafe constellation brings the same winning combination: great coffee, quick-and-tasty snacks, plus plenty of beans and accessories to take home with you.
Oli & Levi brings well-priced, honest fare to city slickers.
This tribute to the Big Apple offers the finest deli-style food around.
The team behind Kettle Black and Top Paddock go beyond cafes with this CBD spot inspired by hotel hospitality.
Say goodbye to soggy office sandwiches.
There’s no mix-and-match required at this modern salad bar. The killer combinations are thought up for you.
Moody blues and dark spirits at this cavernous, below-ground bar.
With a massive selection and knowledgeable staff, this whisky bar rivals some of the best in the world.
This handsome CBD cocktail bar is for lovers of low-lit drinking.
A retro-futurist Viking dining hall filled with handmade axes and whole-beast cooking.
This walk-in, standing-room-only bar blends American hustle with European service.
Drinks here include a boozy smoked-pear soda, and gin with jasmine and plum. Get yours alongside hibachi-grilled seafood.
Melbourne’s first ever doughnut outlet.
Melbourne-designed practical and travel-friendly garments.
After they conquered the macaron, the folks at LuxBite opened this tart-focussed bakery.
This wine shop by Embla’s Christian McCabe, winemaker Patrick Sullivan and importer Eric Narioo stocks interesting (and at times eccentric) small-batch and responsibly produced drops.
Classical tailored pieces from city to sea by local designer Virginia Martin.
This tiny, technicolour Flinders Lane patisserie serves flaky croissants and fluffy doughnuts without the help of butter, milk or eggs.
Instantly confirm a table for up to 10 people.
This city is full of great cafes. Here are the best to visit when you're hungry.
Eat at one of these restaurants and you'll help reduce homelessness in Melbourne.
For bread, eggs, milk and, most importantly, mixed lollies.
Don't forget a dollop of tahini.
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