The CBD has seen better days. The last year and a bit has taken its toll on everyone, but postcode 3000 – and its cafes, bars and restaurants particularly – have borne a disproportionate brunt of the pandemic’s economic impact. These venues, the places that make Melbourne feel like Melbourne, need your support.

The City of Melbourne and the Victorian Government have partnered to create Melbourne Money – a rebate that gives you 20 per cent off your bill at any hospitality venue in the city (and surrounds). Just spend at least $50, take a photo of your receipt, upload it to the website, and you’ll get 20 per cent back into your bank account.

This guide is here to jog your memory, to remind you of all of the brilliant places the CBD has to offer. You’ll also find our picks for where we’ll be spending our Melbourne Money. Just remember though – almost all businesses that sell food and drink are eligible for this scheme.

Go on. Eat, drink, have fun – do it for our city.

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Restaurants

Pellegrini's

Cafe

A Melbourne institution with a diverse crowd of regulars.

66 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Gimlet at Cavendish House

Restaurant

Star chef Andrew McConnell's signature is evident on every Eurocentric plate here, from the clams, mussels and squid with Trapanese pesto; to the dry-aged duck with baby fennel and blood orange sauce. You’ll find us at the black-and-gold marble bar, Martini in hand.

33 Russell Street, Melbourne
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Farmer’s Daughters

Restaurant

This three-storey love letter to Gippsland and its produce is by Alejandro Saravia, the chef behind CBD classic Pastuso. There's a deli with house-made pastrami rolls; a suave restaurant with a focus on cooking with flames; and a greenhouse-like rooftop oasis.

80 Collins 95 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

Tipo 00

Restaurant

Tipo 00 has an offering too good to refuse: carb-loaded, butter-drenched pasta.

361 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Maha

Restaurant

Refined Middle Eastern from celebrity chef Shane Delia.

21 Bond St, Melbourne
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Cumulus Inc.

Restaurant

Andrew McConnell's all-day eating house combines excellent food with interior design.

45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
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Hero

Restaurant

This elegantly understated all-day diner – by celebrity chef Karen Martini and dessert queen Philippa Sibley – is the ACMI’s flagship restaurant. Visit for uncomplicated dishes such as potato focaccia with a Noma edge, an exceptional crumbed-fish sandwich and spicy crab cavatelli.

ACMI Fed Square , Melbourne

Coda

Restaurant

An energetic bar and restaurant serving modern Euro-Vietnamese fusion dishes.

Basement 141 Flinders Lane (corner Oliver Lane), Melbourne

Movida

Restaurant

The restaurant responsible for igniting Melbourne's love for modern Spanish food.

1 Hosier Lane, Melbourne

Nobu

Restaurant

This is the Melbourne outpost of the globally-renowned Nobu Japanese restaurant chain. Peruvian flavours are expertly combined with Japanese cuisine in dishes such as yellowtail sashimi with jalapeno and black cod with miso.

Crown Riverwalk, Crown Melbourne 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
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Di Stasio Citta

Restaurant

Restaurateur Rinaldo Di Stasio is back in the city with an extraordinary restaurant that blends high art, high drama and high cuisine.

45 Spring Street, Melbourne
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Tonka

Restaurant

A CBD dining hot spot serving modern Indian.

20 Duckboard Place, Melbourne
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Sunda

Restaurant

Innovative Southeast Asian cuisine from one of Sydney’s most exciting young chefs.

18 Punch Lane, Melbourne

Izakaya Den 2029

Restaurant

Izakayas are Japanese bars where the eating is just as important as the drinking. That's true at this CBD favourite. There's a selection of drinking-friendly dishes that accompany the excellent sakes and Japanese-influenced cocktails.

Basement 114 Russell Street, Melbourne

Soi 38

Restaurant

Walk down a CBD laneway and into a concrete parking garage to find this Thai street-food eatery serving a boat noodle dish with a cult following, tom yum soup, laksas and Bangkok-style coffee and tea.

38 Mcilwraith Place, Melbourne

Chancery Lane

Restaurant

Scott Pickett's take on a mod-French brasserie brings old-world European elegance to a heritage-listed CBD building. There's ritzy deep-green marble, dramatic arched windows and candelabras throughout. Start with black truffle and foie gras toasties, then move onto French-style gnocchi, and finish with a gin-and-raspberry baba.

430 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
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Cookie

Bar

A beer hall, cocktail bar and modern Thai restaurant all in one.

First Floor, Curtin House 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne
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Bar Lourinhã

Bar

Spanish food served with genuine flair.

37 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
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Bistro Guillaume

Restaurant

French dining from renowned chef Guillaume Brahimi.

Shop 7 Crown Complex 8 Whiteman, Southbank
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Hazel

Restaurant

This pared-back eatery from the Higher Ground, Top Paddock and Liminal team specialises in woodfired dishes that are unfussy, yet easily live up to the gold standard set by their other Melbourne venues.

164 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Supernormal

Restaurant

Beautifully executed pan-Asian offerings by Andrew McConnell. Come for Melbourne's most famous lobster roll, steaming bowls of ramen at lunch, Korean-style barbequed meats and Shanghai dumplings.

180 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
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Chin Chin

Restaurant

The fiery Thai diner Melburnians and tourists have been queuing for since 2011.

125 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Kisumé

Restaurant

This is one of Melbourne's best Japanese restaurants. It's certainly its most ambitious. There's a New York-style sushi bar at street level, a pumping izakaya-style basement and an upstairs private dining room – Kuro – for intimate kaiseki-style meals.

175 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Flower Drum

Restaurant

A serene Cantonese fine-diner that's been cooking since 1975.

17 Market Lane, Melbourne

Gingerboy

Restaurant

The chic space for palates that crave Asian hawker-style food.

27-29 Crossley Street, Melbourne
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Bomba

Restaurant

Thanks to Jesse Gerner (Green Park, Añada), the old Aylesbury is all about tapas now. Plus, there are spectacular views out over the city to enjoy while you eat. It's no surprise this place is held dear by so many Melburnians.

103 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Butchers Diner

Restaurant

Late night burgers, steak sandwiches and duck-heart yakitori.

10 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Dom’s

Restaurant

This three-level spot, from the guys behind Dexter and Takeaway Pizza, bears little resemblance to its former self (Peaches, Dexter). Go for focaccia-like pizza with house-made mortadella and garlic-fermented honey, chevre-stuffed potato skins, plenty of Aussie spirits and a pool table.

1/301 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Philippe

Restaurant

Classic-but-contemporary dishes from Melbourne’s French-cuisine master.

115-117 Collins Street, Melbourne
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La Madonna

Restaurant

The Next Hotel's in-house diner is run by former Saigon Sally, Tokyo Tina and Neptune chefs. The menu skews Italian – with stracciatella-stuffed oxheart tomatoes, crisp chicken-wing parmigiana and Campari-glazed roasted duck. There’s also an intimate barrel room producing aged Negronis and Martinis, and a grandiose cheese-and-charcuterie cabinet.

3/103 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

Osteria Ilaria

Restaurant

A largely pasta-free zone next door to wildly popular older sibling, Tipo 00.

367 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Pentolina

Restaurant

At this CBD pasta bar, you'll find an extensive menu of hand-rolled pastas, bolstered by a fun line-up of wines and cocktails. It's all set within a sleek, modern space.

2/377 Little Collins St, Melbourne

Fancy Hank’s

Restaurant

One of Melbourne's original American barbeque joints.

Level 1 79 Bourke Street, Melbourne
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Daughter In Law

Restaurant

A vibrant pan-Indian diner serving sweet-and-sour fried cauliflower, “unauthentic” butter chicken and Tandoori-fired-pineapple cocktails.

37 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Florentino

Restaurant

The big gun classic in Italian dining in Melbourne.

80 Bourke Street, Melbourne
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Longrain

Restaurant

Since 2005, this CBD restaurant has been at the forefront of modern Thai dining. Now under the stewardship of star chef Scott Pickett, it’s resharpened its focus and feels as good as ever.

44 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
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Lollo

Restaurant

At the W Melbourne's in-house restaurant, Coda chef Adam D'Sylva is drawing on his Italian-Indian heritage. The star chef has created a globe-trotting menu that includes luxed-up lasagna, pasta-less cacio e pepe (a surprising triumph), and fragrant, spicy duck curry. Plus there's an excellent and fun roster of theatrical cocktails.

408 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Bodega Underground

Restaurant

This dim, characterful basement serves a wide range of proper tacos until 3am every night of the week. Do you even need to know more? Okay: there are over 70 mezcals and 20 tequilas on the back bar.

55 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Mamasita

Restaurant

There were many Mexican restaurants before this one, but owners Nick Peters and Matt Lane were the first restaurateurs to bring a faithful representation of Mexican food to Melbourne. This "hot babe" has been around since 2010, and there are still queues on the stairs for its elotes (grilled corn) and flavoursome tacos.

Level 1 11 Collins Street, Melbourne

Bomba

Restaurant

Thanks to Jesse Gerner (Green Park, Añada), the old Aylesbury is all about tapas now. Plus, there are spectacular views out over the city to enjoy while you eat. It's no surprise this place is held dear by so many Melburnians.

103 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Palermo

Restaurant

An Italian-influenced Argentinian spot by the San Telmo and Pastuso team.

401 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
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Tres a Cinco

Restaurant

This lively cantina is all about home-style Mexican. Expect beef tacos exactly how they're served in Mexico, prawn-and-chorizo tamales and a jiggly chocolate flan. Plus: eight different Margaritas and hard-to-find agave spirits.

3-5 Hosier Lane, Melbourne

Cecconi’s

Restaurant

The perfect place to bask in luxury and tradition.

61 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
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Marameo

Restaurant

A laid-back Italian eatery in the space which once housed Sarti. The voguish menu taps into pasta obsessions such as cacio e pepe and cavatelli with prawns, tomato and garlic; bolstered by larger, protein-heavy mains.

6 Russell Place, Melbourne
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Lulu's Char Koay Teow

Restaurant

A cafe-style restaurant on Hardware Lane inspired by – and using the special sauce from – the owner’s mother-in-law and her hawker stall in Malaysia.

27-31 Hardware Lane, Melbourne

Aru

Restaurant

This sultry sibling to Sunda is every bit as stellar. At Aru, chef Khanh Nguyen is effortlessly blending Southeast Asian flavours, native Australian ingredients and ancient techniques. And while there are unexpectedly playful riffs on classics – like banh mi, Peking duck and mi goreng – they never feel gimmicky, just modernised and expertly refined.

268 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

Makan

Restaurant

Tasia and Gracia Seger might be reality TV stars, but their Indonesian restaurant proves their talent is definitely not just for show.

360 Collins Street, Melbourne

Din Tai Fung

Restaurant

It's the dumpling chain with a Michelin star and outlets all around the world. What more encouragement do you need?

M002/4 Emporium Melbourne 287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Indu

Restaurant

Sitting behind a Victorian terrace frontage, this intimate Sri Lankan and South Indian restaurant employs old family recipes, but the menu isn’t strictly traditional. Find hoppers with goat’s curd and pomegranate pearls, dosas with bacon jam, and chai-infused Old Fashioned cocktails.

86a Collins Street, Melbourne

China Chilli

Restaurant

With its neon lights and polished fit-out, this all-you-can-eat hotpot joint in the heart of Chinatown is straight out of a Wong Kar Wai film.

15 206 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Pastuso

Restaurant

Traditional Peruvian in the heart of Melbourne.

19 ACDC Lane, Melbourne
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San Telmo

Restaurant

An Argentinean restaurant and wine bar that features a traditional parrilla barbeque.

14 Meyers Place, Melbourne

Bottega

Restaurant

Modern-Italian served right beside the road, just like they do in Rome.

74 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Il Solito Posto

Restaurant

This cosy, cellar-like restaurant is an old favourite with a sophisticated wine list and classic Italian cuisine.

Basement 113 Collins Street (enter George Pde), Melbourne
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Bars

Bar Margaux

Restaurant

Walk down the nondescript staircase and let your eyes adjust. There’s no natural light at this bistro – that’s why it’s so easy to lose track of time.

Basement 111 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Embla

Bar

Nominally it’s a wine bar, but Embla’s charms are far more profound than those two words suggest. Come here for some of the city’s best food, paired with an idiosyncratic wine list poured by staff who give a damn.

122 Russell Street, Melbourne

Nick and Nora’s

Bar

Across five rooms and three balconies, indulge in theatrical cocktails bubbling with liquid nitrogen, tropical boozy yuzu-pineapple punch bowls for four (served in a huge bronze swan), champagne towers, ridiculously large 15-litre bottles of Mumm, and fancy canapés.

80 Collins Street, Melbourne

Cherry Bar

Bar

This dimly-lit dive bar is one of Melbourne's most treasured and iconic rock’n’roll venues. Though it's moved out of its original ACDC Lane location, it's rocking just as hard as ever, with live music multiple nights a week. Expect anything from psych-rock to doom metal, sometimes followed by a DJ to close.

68 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

The LuWow

Bar

Zombie cocktails, leopard print and tikis everywhere (obviously). Check your everyday life at the door – it’s pure fantasy here.

212 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

Magic Mountain Saloon

Restaurant

Punchy Thai food and cocktails.

62 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
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Angel Music Bar

Bar

This audiophile spot serves bar snacks with a side of sub-bass. Things are pretty fun and loud downstairs, with great drinks and a few bar stools to enjoy them on. But it's on the upstairs dancefloor where the volume really turns up and things get loose.

12 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Heartbreaker

Bar

Pre-batched cocktails and classic rock on the jukebox – there’s only one result here.

234A Russell Street, Melbourne
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Section 8

Bar

A container bar in Chinatown.

27-29 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne

Boilermaker House

Bar

Celebrating the beer-and-whisky double.

209-211 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Union Electric Bar

Bar

A two-storey, indoor-outdoor cocktail bar with an emphasis on fresh fruit and veg.

13 Heffernan Lane, Melbourne

Gin Palace

Bar

A plush basement bar that's been shaking since '97.

10 Russell Place, Melbourne

Garden State Hotel

Bar

Four storeys, multiple dining spaces, three menus, TV screens, taps, cocktails and an indoor garden.

101 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Union Electric Bar

Bar

A two-storey, indoor-outdoor cocktail bar with an emphasis on fresh fruit and veg.

13 Heffernan Lane, Melbourne

Curious

Bar

Descend a dark spiral staircase into this basement cocktail bar wrapped in a cocoon of timber, where you’ll find theatrical drinks with smoke, bubbles and art.

408 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

The Toff in Town

Bar

Curtin House’s dark, glamorous second-floor bar.

Level 2, Curtin House 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Rooftop Bar

Bar

This is one of the CBD's quintessential rooftops. It's appeared in Melbourne-set movies, has great outlooks, good drinks and vibey music. Plus, in summer, it morphs into a rooftop cinema screening cult movies and classic blockbusters.

Level 7, Curtin House 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Byrdi

Bar

Drinks here include a boozy smoked-pear soda, and gin with jasmine and plum. Get yours alongside hibachi-grilled seafood.

Ella, Melbourne Central Corner Latrobe and Elizabeth Streets, Melbourne

Siglo

Bar

This rooftop bar, which sits above the Melbourne Supper Club, has unrivalled views of Spring Street and Parliament House. It's also one of the few spots in Melbourne that has its own cigar menu – there's even a humidor full of hard-to-find Cubans. If that's not your style, the cocktails are equally excellent.

Level 2 161 Spring Street, Melbourne

1806

Bar

Expert cocktails in an opulent old theatre.

169 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

Good Heavens

Bar

This Palm Springs-inspired rooftop from the guys behind Fancy Hanks (which is downstairs) is one of the best spots for a drink on Bourke Street. Visit for a snacky bar menu and classic tropical cocktails, including Mai Tais and Piña Coladas.

Level 2 79 Bourke Street, Melbourne

City Wine Shop

Bar

A traditional Italian all day bistro and wine shop.

159 Spring Street, Melbourne

Madame Brussels

Bar

This extravagant rooftop can best be described as a cross between a garden party and a country club bar. In the middle of the city, on top of a skyscraper. Madame Brussels is famously over-the-top, and it revels in it. Come here for big jugs of Pimms and poached chicken sandwiches.

Level 3 59-63 Bourke St, Melbourne

Pizza Pizza Pizza

Restaurant

Classic pizzas out front; one of Melbourne’s best-kept secrets out back.

16 Meyers Place, Melbourne

Dessous

Bar

Lively cocktails, pork-belly sandos and gruyere croquettes are on the menu at this dark and daring basement bar.

164 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Kirk’s Wine Bar

Restaurant

When Ian Curley and the team from City Wine Shop, European et al decide to create something, you know it’s a pretty solid bet.

Corner Hardware Lane and Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Cumulus Up Wine Bar

Bar

Andrew McConnell goes vertical with this wine bar above Cumulus Inc.

Level 1 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Heroes

Bar

It's hard to describe this place. Is it a karaoke bar? Is it a Southeast Asian barbeque restaurant? Is it a great rooftop bar? Yes, to all of the above. Either way, odds are you'll find yourself with a lamb skewer in one hand and a mic in the other at some point during an evening here.

Level 1–3 188 Bourke St, Melbourne

Eau De Vie

Bar

A cocktail bar with a twist of theatre and excitement.

1 Malthouse Lane, Melbourne

Seamstress Cocktail Bar

Bar

Seamstress has everything a bar should, with an intimately designed interior and a serious cocktail list.

113 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Lily Blacks

Bar

A cocktail connoisseur’s dream.

12 Meyers Place, Melbourne

Goldilocks Bar

Bar

At this long-running hidden rooftop bar, there's an emphasis on cocktails and comfort. Unlike many rooftops, this spot is understated; the team here let the cocktails and the view do the talkings. The retractable rooftop means that this a great all-weather option, too.

Level 4 264 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Mjølner

Bar

A retro-futurist Viking dining hall filled with handmade axes and whole-beast cooking.

106-112 Hardware Street, Melbourne
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Mesa Verde

Restaurant

This bar inside Curtin House is focused on agave-based spirits first and foremost. But the food's no afterthought – Baja-style rockling tacos, achiote chicken quesadillas and Mexican doughnuts with salted espresso dulce de leche all go dangerously well with a margarita or the spicy riff on a pina colada.

Level 6, Curtin House 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne

The Melbourne Supper Club

Bar

A glass of wine and a seat in the weathered Chesterfield sofa overlooking Parliament House at sunrise is why this is arguably Melbourne's best late night bar.

Level 1 161 Spring Street, Melbourne

Ponyfish Island

Bar

Floating on the Yarra in the concrete jungle of Melbourne’s CBD.

Southbank Pedestrian Bridge , Southgate

Storyville

Bar

A two-storey portal to another land that works as an opulent bar and your own personal fairytale to get caught up in.

185 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Ferdydurke

Bar

The crew behind Section 8 has a joint high above its original haunt.

Levels 1 and 2 31 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne

Golden Monkey

Bar

This old world Shanghai-themed bar is one of Melbourne’s best known late-night drinking dens.

Enter Hardware Lane, Basement 389 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Cafes

Liminal

Cafe

This sea of olive leather, grey velvet and art deco touches is not your everyday foyer cafe. On the menu: French flatbreads you can fold up like a taco, and salads with porchetta or rotisserie chicken.

161 Collins Street, Melbourne

Greta

Cafe

At Greta, you'll find breakfast pasta, crackling-coated porchetta rolls and free aperitivo snacks. Swing by this olive and mustard-toned sandwich and wine bar for Axil coffee and Penny for Pound pastries, or linger with a Martini made with Four Pillars Olive Leaf Gin.

450 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Dukes Coffee Roasters

Cafe

A coffee roastery and cafe with an environmental conscience.

247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Bakemono

Cafe

This Japanese-inspired bakery is from the team behind Little Rogue just across the street. It's selling whole loaves of shokupan (fluffy milk bread), flaky almond-yuzu croissants, Danishes piled high with berries, and soft buns filled with cream cheese, then doused in garlic butter.

273 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Everyday Midtown

Cafe

A Collingwood coffee favourite in the CBD.

213 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

Lune Croissanterie CBD

Cafe

The second outpost for Melbourne's most revered croissants. Expect to queue for at least 15 minutes, if not longer.

Shop 16 161 Collins Street (enter via Russell Street), Melbourne

Pope Joan

Cafe

A clubby and convivial space with an all-day, British-leaning brunch menu. And yes, the famous Reuben has survived the move from Brunswick East.

Shop 16 45 Collins Street, Melbourne

Little Rogue

Cafe

A small laneway cafe where work from aspiring artists adorns the walls.

12 Drewery Lane, Melbourne

Higher Ground

Cafe

The team behind Kettle Black and Top Paddock go beyond cafes with this CBD spot inspired by hotel hospitality.

650 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Axil Coffee Roasters Bourke Street

Cafe

The eighth outpost for Axil specialty coffee roasters – this time with full kitchen service.

565 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Manchester Press

Cafe

If you’re yearning for New York, this coffee and bagel specialist might help.

8 Rankins Lane, Melbourne

Patricia

Cafe

Good coffee with no fanfare.

Corner Little Bourke and Little William Streets, Melbourne

No Vacancy Gallery and Cafe

Cafe

A multi-use venture combining a cafe, gallery and regular workshops.

34-40 Jane Bell Lane, Melbourne

King William

Restaurant

A hole-in-the-wall sandwich joint with a tight rotating list of rolls, subs and house-made cordials. King William is very popular with the lunchtime crowd. So if you want to avoid a wait, plan on getting here just after opening or right before close.

487 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Sensory Lab Collins Street

Cafe

Specialty coffee in a futuristic setting.

Shop 1 30 Collins Street, Melbourne

Bonnie Coffee Co.

Cafe

Two cafes at opposite ends of the city, both serving house-roasted beans for espresso, cold drip and filter coffee.

Shop 4 1-9 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

Schmucks Bagels

Shop

Traditional bagels with innovative fillings.

Guests Lane (off Little Bourke Street), Melbourne

Bowery to Williamsburg

Cafe

This tribute to the Big Apple offers the finest deli-style food around.

16 Oliver Lane, Melbourne

Poolhouse Coffee

Cafe

Baguettes, doughnuts, pastries and coffee on the edge of the CBD.

6 Franklin Street, Melbourne

Kings and Knaves

Cafe

Prosciutto, pears, smoked salmon and cheese blends – this isn’t toast you make at home.

277 Williams Street, Melbourne

Vacation

Cafe

A tiny, light-filled space with a touch of Miami Vice from the founders of Pillar of Salt, Touchwood and Barry.

1 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

Shortstop Coffee & Donuts

Cafe

High-end, handmade, US-style doughnuts and coffee.

12 Sutherland Street, Melbourne