Many Melburnians get a day off this Monday, but some people will be showing up to work to (thankfully) keep the bars, cafes and restaurants running.

A bunch of venues have opened in Melbourne since Labour Day last year, but you’ve likely not been able to try them all. Here’s a list of some of the ones that will be open on Monday – make a dent in that to-do list.

CBD

Fancy Hank’s
1/79 Bourke Street, Melbourne
12pm–11pm

Good Heavens
1/79 Bourke Street, Melbourne
12pm–1am

Higher Ground
650 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
8am–4pm

Kirk’s
Corner Hardware Lane and Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
11am–11pm

NORTH

District North
678 Mount Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds
8am–3.30pm

Gellibrand
16 Gellibrand Crescent, Reservoir
8am–4pm

Girls and Boys
382 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
12pm–10pm

Mr Ottorino
122 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
12pm–5pm (with a free passata-making demonstration between 12pm and 3pm)

New School Canteen
379–381 George Street, Fitzroy
8am–4pm, 8pm–11pm

Ricky & Pinky
211 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
5.30pm–10.30pm

SOUTH

Gilson
171 Domain Road, South Yarra
7am–11pm

The Alps Wine Shop and Bar
64 Commercial Road, Prahran
12pm–9pm

Club Social Prahran
573 High Street, Prahran
8am–1pm

Fourth Chapter
385 High Street, Prahran
8am–4pm

Moby 3143
1150 High Street, Armadale
7.30am–3pm

Rufus
1/143 Greville Street, Prahran
4pm–1am

SMÄK Food House
6C Day Street, South Yarra
9am–3pm

Pontoon
30 Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda
12pm–late

EAST

Hoppa and Joe
457 Heidelberg Road, Fairfield
8am–3pm

Jethro Canteen
385–389 Burnley Street, Richmond
7am–4pm

Ladurée
Chadstone Shopping Centre, Dandenong Road, Chadstone
10am-6pm

WEST

Bar Josephine
295 Barkly Street, Footscray
1pm–1am

Dumbo
11 Argyle Street, West Footscray
8am–3pm