Best Cafes in Balaclava

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  • A tiny brick cubby serving up breakfast, lunch and the occasional dinner. The menu here is completely vegetarian and no eggs are used, too. If you think it's not brunch without eggs, then think again – after a couple of bites of whatever you've ordered, you won't even know they're gone.

  • Possibly the most famous wall in Melbourne, Wall Two 80 is much more than that.

  • A home away from home for the Kiwis.

  • A Carlisle Street veteran that has stood the test of time.

  • This inclusive cafe gives people with a disability a chance to work in a supportive hospitality environment and earn a sustainable income in a dignified way. It’s fun, energetic and serves crowd-pleasing brunches that’ll keep you coming back.

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  • Around since 1968, this is the bagelry that started it all in Melbourne. The family-run chain specialises in boiled bagels, challah, dips, salads and affordable kosher-baked goods.