Coffee Supreme Roastery and Cafe
The coffee wholesaler’s public face.
What’s Open Over Summer: Cafes
These guys aren’t going on holiday so you can make the most of yours.
Mavis the Grocer
A cafe, organic grocer and dinner spot in one.
The Farm Cafe
A relaxed cafe in the middle of a paddock.
A sleek cafe, bakery and roastery, with big plans.
Relax with all-day brunch, Italian-inspired lunch or an Aperol spritz at this riverside hideout.
As healthy or unhealthy as you need it to be.
An artisan bakery cafe at the Abbotsford Convent.
A simple cafe tucked into the wings of the Abbotsford Convent.
Five to Try: Sydney Cafes for Freelancing
Five to Try: Melbourne’s Best New Cafes
From a sleek bakery in South Yarra to a 1950s deli-inspired spot in Ascot Vale, here are some places to try this weekend.
Three Bags Full
The best brunch in Abbotsford.
Kelso’s Sandwich Shoppe
Quick and affordable sandwiches, plus bottomless filter coffee.
Little Big Sugar Salt
Dedicated to doing things differently.
Wholesome food and artisan coffee by the team behind Monk Bodhi Dharma.
One of Melbourne’s most authentic Thai eateries.
Seven To Try: Melbourne Cafes For Working Solo
Sophisticated womenswear that’s made to last.
Skipping Girl Take Away
A barely updated version of the old-school take away shop.
A friendly Thai island on bustling Victoria Street.
This Abbotsford bar, eatery and coffee takeaway window is a Johnston Street cure-all.
Safe, generic homewares have no place in this striking showroom.
Quality pizza and pasta just across from Victoria Park on Johnston Street.
There’s nothing cheap or DIY about this refined record store.
Lentil As Anything
A not-for-profit restaurant where you pay what you think the meal was worth.
Abbotsford's premier Japanese soul food cafe.
The Retreat Hotel
One of the few pubs in Melbourne with a true heritage fit-out.
Forward-thinking house and techno records from a veteran of the scene.
A Korean restaurant sandwiched between all the pho and rice paper rolls in Vietnamese Victoria Street.
5:30pm - 9:00pm
Nicholas & Alistair
Forget whatever you think about pre-loved furniture stores – this one is different.