Where to eat in one of Melbourne's most diverse suburbs.
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Visit this neighbourhood wine bar for the well-executed food; stay for the sculptural timber, brass accents, and warm, classic feel.
A European-style bakery-cafe in Clifton Hill with artisan bread and pastries. If you can prise your eyes away from the colourful macarons, we recommend going for one of the croissants or fresh sandwiches.
As quiet and backstreet as cafes come.
Like a cuppa at granny's ... if your granny served Seven Seeds coffee.
Like a super-hip nanna's living room, but with a full bar and live music.
Matthew Bax brought us celebrated drinking dens Bar Americano and Der Raum. This is his gallery-bar hybrid.
Chicken, chips, gravy and salads by a former Mamasita chef.
Caters for everyone, from young families and tradies to the elderly.
Australian jewellery, and an in-house apparel label made right in store.
A cute cafe putting practical use to old things.
The Margherita pizza was named after Italian royal Regina Margherita. Now there’s a new pizzeria in Clifton Hill bearing her name, albeit in English.