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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To drink, there's espresso or filter coffee made using beans roasted in house. Get yours with a slice of carrot and burnt-butter cake, a seasonal fruit Danish (maybe cherry or plum, with a crème anglais or cream cheese filling) or a peanut butter and house-fermented miso cookie.
Sit at the bar with a cone – or a granita – and watch pastry chefs prepare gelato.
A Japanese tea-house recreated in the streets of Collingwood.
Thoughtful designs made in luxurious and unexpected fabrics.
A cosy camping store for outdoor adventurers where everything is tested by the team inside.
House, techno, Italo, disco and Balearic from a trio of respected Melbourne DJs.
A plant store within cafe Mina-no-ie that comes with advice, and coffee.
It doesn’t matter if you live in a shoebox – this spot has functional furniture and homewares to suit.
Grab a growler to go, or sit in and take advantage of the huge range of draught, canned and bottled beers.
One of Melbourne’s leading seafood suppliers.
A shiny retail concept on Johnston Street selling books, records, T-shirts, jewellery and more.
Curated men's streetwear in Collingwood.
Spare some time at this friendly streetwear store and communal space.
There are thousands of records, but expect to find some Dylan, Bowie, Zappa and Springsteen in the mix.
Quality clothing made and designed in Melbourne.
A permanent store for book distributor Motto.
A green haven in the back streets of Collingwood.
Books, art, design and records. All the things that make us happy, in other words.
Made in Melbourne and highly coveted design objects, home wares and lighting.