Pizza, pasta and a handful of non-Italian options.
Where it all started.
Find them up and down Nicholson Street, and in the wide, quiet side streets.
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A modern take on the classic Italian enoteca, a 50-seat wine bar with house-made pasta, hard-to-find wines and waiters clad in head-to-toe white Japanese denim in an iconic heritage-listed building.
Meat-free Israeli fare and retro decor – this isn’t your usual Melbourne pub.
The pretty Victorian building in the heart of Carlton is a modern eatery with a European-influenced menu and wine list.
Pub fare that's a cut above the usual.
A rollicking good-times pizzeria from the Leonard's House of Love crew.
A 24-hour nightclub with its very own bandroom.
This rooftop bar is the crown jewel of the King and Godfree complex. Come here for amazing views out over Carlton and the CBD; modern Italian food and drinks; all soundtracked to Italo disco tunes.
Settle in at the red marble bar with a biodynamic wine and a plate of bourbon-and-Coke lamb ribs.
One of the oldest wine bars in Melbourne.
This is a student watering hole welcoming to all because its pleasures are pub classics: Toss the Boss, parmas and bottomless pancakes.