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