Brunswick Street Cider House
The name says it all – this is the best place in Melbourne to drink cider, with 21 on tap.
Union Hotel - Brunswick
A simple backstreet boozer that harks back to the pubs of old.
Don’t let the name fool you – this is much more than a little corner store.
Padre Coffee Brunswick East
The Padre outlet that birthed a small empire.
Code Black Coffee Brunswick
A well-executed cafe and roasting house.
Brunswick Mess Hall
A mix of business – from boutique beers to summer punch and Asian cuisine served Spanish-style.
Woodstock Pizzicheria Brunswick East
Authentic, Italian wood-fired pizzas made with a secret family recipe.
5:00pm - 10:30pm
Hellenic Republic Brunswick East
Greek food with clean flavours, high-quality produce and a slightly refined edge.
Brunswick East Wine Store
Bottle shops don’t get more personal than this.
Brunswick Street Alimentari
A rustic Mediterranean deli and eatery in the heart of the action on Brunswick Street.
Beatbox Kitchen Brunswick
Melbourne’s original burger truck, in bricks-and-mortar form.
Franco Cozzo Is Building Apartments in Brunswick
The legendary furniture salesman has big plans for Sydney Road.
Vegan-friendly Vietnamese. Yes, it exists.
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Project281 Cafe Opens in Brunswick
Japanese and Korean-inspired food, coffee roasted in-house and 97 seats. This one’s big.
It’s beer, sandwiches and 1960s Americana at this laid-back spot.
A family-run cafe that’s serious about coffee.
Some of the best fried chicken in town.
Authentic Eastern European dough with character.
A patisserie for Francophiles.
A charming macaron supplier, halfway between botany and patisserie.
a home away from home for many East Brunswick locals.
The DIY spirit is alive at this Southern-barbeque specialist.
A dedicated porridge, bagel and coffee bar supporting Melbourne’s homeless, and distributing free school lunches.
From the owners of Tom Phat, Bhang serves Indian street food in the north.
A heritage-listed landmark with a satisfying brunch menu, Proud Mary coffee and free wi-fi.
Looking for a friendly neighbourhood sneaker store?
Lucy Lockett may have lost her pocket, but Brunswick’s found an all-day gem.
If you want pasta shaped like bells, hats or flowers, this huge Italian supermarket is where you'll find it.
It’s not quite a nightclub and it’s not quite a bar. But it’s definitely good for a dance.
A sustainable eatery that embraces Melbourne’s artistic community.
The best-fitting jeans you’ll ever own.
Proof that family friendly cafes can be civilised and serve cocktails.
From the ladies at Rosamond and Mixed Business.
Japanese- and Korean-inspired food, coffee roasted in-house and 97 seats.
Vinh Le has been quietly making jeans in Brunswick for more than two decades.
A stunning wine bar with a vegetarian-friendly menu.
A wine-focused bar-restaurant by La Luna’s Adrian Richardson.
The Cornish Arms
A pub where vegans are VIPs.
Natural and minimal intervention wines are the main game at this dim wine bar hidden in a back lane.
A former wool store turned bar, arts hub and live music venue.
Brunswick’s sweet spot for specialised cakes and macarons.
Shoot pool on a round table, sipping cocktails and admiring the Art-Deco decor between shots.
A melting pot of the culturally diverse inhabitants of Brunswick.
Petite and hidden away, Brunswick space Mr Kitly eschews the standard retail experience.
All-day dining at this Thai-infused cafe on Sydney Road.
Pasta for breakfast?
6:00pm - 10:00pm