The best restaurants in Collingwood include everything from a 50-year-old institution to some of Melbourne’s most exciting fine-diners.
Where to start your morning in the grungy, industrial suburb.
Explore the back streets and you'll find breweries, wine bars and a hint of punk-rock attitude.
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A three-in-one warehouse space in Collingwood: pool, South American snacks, a deli, cocktails and more.
A wine bar and shop from the guys behind The Alps and Toorak Cellars.
A verdant greenhouse bar with plenty of natural light.
In an old furniture warehouse, you'll find sour-coffee ales and beer that mimics wine.
A one-man operation punching above its weight.
Nearly every style you can imagine is available at this convivial beer hall, and they're all made right there.
This huge, multi-faceted venue defies convenient labelling. You really need to visit to understand it.
This tiny neighbourhood wine bar doesn’t have room for a kitchen. So it serves a lot of cheese.
An unsung hero where you can eat, drink and even sleep.
There’s beer, and then there’s award-winning India Pale Ale served straight from the tank. Here, you’ll get the latter.
Finding this secretive, 16-seat cocktail bar is half the fun.
As far as neighbourhood bars go, it’s pretty hard to top this laid-back hangout inspired by the beautiful old dive bars found across America.
Dozens of beers and classic pub food in an ornate space.
This rowdy pub has a rockabilly theme, complete with genuine American barbeque. It's unusual, but it works.
One of the most legendary venues in Melbourne's live music scene, still hosting punk, metal and stoner-rock bands five nights a week.
A gastro-pub serving good food, drink and music in a classy setting.
A classic live music venue, complete with a giant retractable roof.
A little gem, with intimate corners and old-world charm.