Don’t let the name fool you – this is much more than a little corner store.
127 Brunswick Street
Five levels, two restaurants, a rooftop bar, outdoor gardens, breakfast and a 3am license – this venue wants you to have it all.
Brunswick Street Cider House
Hooray for cider!
Union Hotel - Brunswick
A simple backstreet boozer that harks back to the pubs of old.
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.
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.
A Bhang in Brunswick
From the owners of Tom Phat, Bhang brings Indian street food to the north.
Neon Beatniks Opens in Brunswick
A polished cafe serving brunch with an international flavour, from the team behind Hoppa and Joe.
Brunswick’s Barkly Square Open-Air Cinema Returns
See The Big Lebowski and Amelie while supporting local charities.
Cult Experiential Cinema is Coming to Brunswick
Dirty Dancing with watermelon Margaritas? Goodfellas with SPQR pizza? Every day in November you can watch a cult film or classic matched with, food, drinks and performances.
Wild Life Bakery Opens in Brunswick East
Sourdough toasties and saison beer by a former Market Lane barista.
Dunning Kruger Opens in Brunswick East
Another friendly neighbourhood bar, akin to Joe’s Shoe Store, Monty’s and Nighthawks.
The Pie Shop Opens in Brunswick East
Matt Wilkinson is serving hot pies and "dodgy" dim sims next door to Pope Joan.
Burgers and Spiked Shakes in Brunswick East
Pickle settles into Nicholson Street. You’ll be lucky to nab one of its 18 chairs.
Brunswick Venue Howler is Under Threat
Apartments loom over a favourite Melbourne music venue.
Scaling The North Walls in Brunswick
Rock climbing and house-made sports drinks where it doesn’t matter that winter is coming.
Vegan-friendly Vietnamese. Yes, it exists.
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Le Bakehouse Moves into Brunswick
A cafe-cross-bakery borne from a man’s search for his family.
Postmistress Brings Rustic Italian, with Twists, to Brunswick West
Enter the former post office and Greek social club for wood-fired pizza, beetroot gnocchi and a special kind of pasta that originated on the Amalfi Coast.
Some of the best fried chicken in town.
Authentic Eastern European dough with character.
A charming macaron supplier, halfway between botany and patisserie.
a home away from home for many East Brunswick locals.
Brunswick Street is Getting a New Sports Bar
The team behind cocktail lounge Polly will open The Roy in November, offering a place to the watch the big game alongside considered drinks.
Brunswick East’s New Spot for Beer, Wine and Sweet Pies
Meet Dunning Kruger, an intimate bar hoping to become part of the neighbourhood.
Men Asked to Pay More at Brunswick Cafe
Is an 18 per cent surcharge a fair way to address the gender pay gap? Handsome Her hopes its new initiative starts a conversation, while raising funds for women's charities.
A New Brunswick East Bistro by Rosetta, Roving Marrow Alum
Etta joins the Lygon Street family with simple food in a polished space.
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.
It’s not quite a nightclub and it’s not quite a bar. But it’s definitely good for a dance.
If you want pasta shaped like bells, hats or flowers, this huge Italian supermarket is where you'll find it.