Where to start your morning in the grungy, industrial suburb.
Take a stroll along High Street – there's plenty to see.
Cap off your trip to the market with a memorable brunch or coffee.
Spoiler: most of the action is on Carlise Street.
Explore the back streets and you'll find breweries, wine bars and a hint of punk-rock attitude.
The standout interiors in a city overflowing with stunning cafes.
What'll it be? Breakfast in an outdoor shipping container? Or maybe in an old milking station?
Taking action against homelessness, one cup of coffee at a time.
There's more talent here than you might suspect.
It's a good list, not a long list.
Start the day right in the relaxed inner-west village.
Our favourite spots for breakfast, coffee and cheerful vibes between Victoria Street and the Yarra.
Where to find coffee and food in the inner north suburb.
Hunt down good food and coffee around Glenferrie and Burwood roads.
Abbotsford's cafes are as spacious and leafy as the suburb they're housed in. The coffee and food at each is also excellent.
Head to Buckley Street for the best coffee and food.
It's not nearly as sleepy as people make it out to be.
It's a colourful bunch.
Take your time on quiet Macaulay Road.
Northcote too hectic for you? We have just the thing.
Track down the best food and coffee at the bottom end of Chapel.
Where it all started.
High Street is positively packed with them.
It's a mixed bag, in the best way possible.
Melbourne's oldest suburb is also home to some of its best cafes.
Brighton's quieter neighbour has an equally colourful selection of cafes.
Some say this is the northern edge of Melbourne's "latte belt".
Middle Eastern eateries reign supreme north of Moreland Road.
Find them up and down Nicholson Street, and in the wide, quiet side streets.
Where to find animal-free food in the morning.
Find the finest food and coffee east of Lygon Street.
There's not too much here yet, but expect that to change very soon.
Enjoy a coffee by the sea.
There's a wealth of options near the corner of Victoria and Charles Streets. Which to choose?
Where to find coffee and food south of the river.
Track down the finest coffee and food in 3205.
You don't need to go south of Bell to find good coffee and food.
Good news: they're all walking distance from one another, on Union Street.
The little wedge between the CBD and North Melbourne has a few hidden surprises.
Whether you're a devout raw vegan or simply need your two-and-five fruit and veg a day, here's where to find them.
Hawthorn's smaller neighbour holds its own, with some of the best breakfasts in Melbourne.
All our picks are within walking distance of a train station.
Grab a takeaway and head for the beach.
Where to find coffee and breakfast after you've done a lap of the lake.
Because dogs are the best.
Our guide to the cafes on Melbourne's sunset side. Go west, young man.
There are hundreds of cafes in the CBD. But which ones serve the best coffee?