Where to find coffee and breakfast after you've done a lap of the lake.
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A beachy brunch and lunch spot from the duo that brought us Moby 3143.
Pizza is king here, but the former DOC owner behind this Italian joint is also making “antipasto sexy again”. Enjoy it all with minimal-intervention wines from Italy.
The cellar alone is worth $1.5 million, with 6000 bottles of wine, and spirits from 888 premium labels across Australia, France, China and Europe. Settle in for refined Cantonese and Sichuan fare and spectacular views.
Service doesn’t get much more genuine than this.
Melbourne's most iconic burger shop.
A cafe championing simple, ingredient-led food and genuine hospitality.
Sophisticated, contemporary-Indian dishes in a spectacular space.
Creative dishes are thoughtfully paired with low-intervention wines from talented Aussie producers at this corner corner wine bar.
Exceed your nutritional needs.
Real ice cream that you can never get enough of.
Designer shoes, bags and sunnies in Albert Park.
An eclectic mix of staples for every woman's wardrobe.
Middle-of-the-road decor but exquisite food.
Bringing a bit of NYC to Albert Park.
A local institution for both eating and taking away.
The light-hearted Spanish approach permeates through this store that features Jeans for both men and women.
Traditional Japanese fare with an imposing sake selection.
A Middle Eastern favourite among the locals.
Closed for renovations until 2018.