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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“Cibi” is Japanese for “little one”. But this cafe and homewares store is not so little anymore.
All-day breakfasts and “feel-good” food.
A sleek and sparse roaster and cafe in a converted garage.
One of Collingwood's first serious cafes and still hugely popular.
Less a cafe, and more a flying pitstop for first-class coffee and simple food.
The coffee comes first, but the food’s no bit-player.
The social initiative has come a long way from its coffee-cart origins.
An Italian-ish cafe and food store with excellent takeaway options.
Traditional bread and experimental pastry from one of France’s biggest names.
A modern take on the old corner store.
Proud Mary's vast roasting house is also an excellent place to sample the product and learn more about how it's made.
An all-day diner on Smith Street that covers all the bases.
This cafe is trialling a new barista. It’s a robot. And it’s good at its job.
Good things (specifically panini and coffee) come in small packages.
Yutaka Matsuda’s permanent pancake place in Collingwood.
The New Zealand coffee company has expanded with its first Melbourne roastery and cafe in Collingwood.
A bare necessities sort of place.
Simple and diet-friendly eats in a bright, playroom-like take on Scandinavian design.
Collingwood cafe Lemon, Middle and Orange proudly exudes an industrial heritage – through the space and the menu.