Where to find coffee and food in the inner north suburb.
Melbourne's biggest centre of alternative culture is filled with great places to drink, from converted warehouses to more intimate bars in the side streets.
The best restaurants on Brunswick Street include Australia's most renowned vegan restaurant, classic French bistros, taco dens and Japanese izakayas.
Where to drink along Lygon Street and surrounds.
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The follow-up to Neighbourhood Wine is cool and comfortable. Take a seat at the bar or in front of an open fire and feel the tension melt off your shoulders.
A stunning wine bar with a vegetarian-friendly menu.
Hot pies and "dodgy" dim sims next door to Pope Joan.
The late-night bar that replaced a pizza institution pays respect to its legacy, and has an atmosphere of romance.
Sourdough toasties in a gorgeous warehouse conversion.
Twin brothers Antoine and Bechara Taouk serve up Lebanese soul food, just like their grandma did at home.
A cosy room serving home-style Sicilian food with generosity and heart.
A wine-focused bar-restaurant by La Luna’s Adrian Richardson.
A community-minded design store on Lygon Street.
The DIY spirit is alive at this Southern-barbeque specialist.
A slick Japanese eatery and sake den.
The younger sibling to Northcote's Joe's Shoe Store.
Escape the elements in a room full of hunting trophies and ancient skiing gear. On the menu? Jalapeno poppers, peanut butter and jelly Negronis, and pumpkin spice Old Fashioneds.
Family favourites from a Lebanese home cook.
Burgers and beer – one of life’s great combinations.
Fried and Tasty in Brunswick East is serving family-recipe fried chicken and killer sides and shakes,
Simple, awesome burgers and a great community atmosphere.
A down-to-earth cafe that's been around for more than a decade.
A hyperactive restaurant that serves mammoth-sized, affordable Thai food.
An imaginative and open cafe experience with seasonal, fresh indulgences.
The Padre outlet that birthed a small empire.
Try you hand at winemaking without leaving the city.
a home away from home for many East Brunswick locals.
Durian, lychee, Turkish delight and more.
Known locally for its bicycle beer, a refreshing summer ale with seven varieties of hops.
Capturing the warmth and glory associated with bars of a bygone era.
Live music and 12 shiny hotel rooms upstairs.
A stylish yet unpretentious little bar.
Imbued with decades of Brunswick’s history and character.
Gelato by a world-champion pizza maker.
A casual Italian joint from the team behind Wesley Anne.
Rustic loaves and sweet treats in the heart of Brunswick East.
Middle Eastern, but not as you know it.
An exceptionally personal neighbourhood bar, serving beer, wine and sweet American-style pies.
When you’ve finished your drop, just come back and refill.
A Naples inspired Italian restaurant with some of the best pizza in town.
A small Lebanese bakery with a local home delivery service.
This cafe is named after the 1985 Hüsker Dü album, but it's closer to laid-back folk than angst-ridden punk.
Greek food with clean flavours, high-quality produce and a slightly refined edge.
Affordable burgers and spiked shakes.
Vinh Le has been quietly making jeans in Brunswick for more than two decades.
Bottle shops don’t get more personal than this.
A relaxed pizzeria turning out the very best of simple pizzas, in Brunswick.
A casual, kid-friendly, garage-style cafe in Brunswick East, with great coffee, breakfast and lunch.
A sophisticated and cosy wine bar that's extra good in winter.
A little pocket of colour in Brunswick East.
From the ladies at Rosamond and Mixed Business.