Right now, nowhere in Melbourne better represents the culinary zeitgeist.
Melbourne's oldest suburb is also home to some of its best cafes.
Where to find beer, wine and cocktails in Melbourne's oldest suburb.
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Lune is synonymous with croissants. And world-famous ones at that. But Moon orbits around crullers – deep-fried choux pastry that’s twisty and crispy on the outside, and not at all what you’d expect on the inside.
A tiny daytime coffee nook, using beans from one of Australia's best roasters.
A Fitzroy baking institution with Eastern European influences.
Sweet, wood-fired, Montreal-style bagels are what sets this bakery apart from the rest of Melbourne’s bagel merchants.
Wait-in-line-worthy pastries, cruffins and twice-baked croissants are served fresh out of the oven in this converted Fitzroy warehouse.
An all-day Parisian-style diner taking you right through from morning croissants to late-night cheese.
Sourdough and croissants baked in an old recording studio.
This all-day diner serves the goods any time you need.
Single origin coffee and tales of cold-blooded murder come together at Proud Mary's second cafe venture.
A rustic Mediterranean deli and eatery in the heart of the action on Brunswick Street.
An old furniture warehouse transformed into a polished and welcoming daytime diner.
Originally city stables, then an art gallery, this Moor Street site is a beautiful place for brunch.
Daytime cocktails and an Old World feel are the hallmarks of this elegant cafe.
Community and coffee meet in this Fitzroy espresso bar by Dimattina.
A place where gooey eggs in various forms – stuffed between two slices of bread and served in three minutes – are the hero.
A vegan sweets bar from the team behind Vegie Bar and Transformer.
This friendly local punches out bold eats and a balanced cup of coffee.
A cosy cafe with hearty home-style cooking.
Proving that good things come in small packages.
Breakfast and lunch options from a range of cuisines.
Delicious and reliably good cafe food.
A cheerful, sustainable, organic cafe in Brunswick.
A kitsch and colourful Venezuelan cafe.
It’s not the newest. It’s not the most obvious. But it is one of the most loved local cafes in Fitzroy.
Coffee and a minimalist menu, served from some pretty prime real estate.
Asian-inspired brunch on the corner of Johnston and Brunswick Streets.
A creative selection of vegetarian and raw foods.