Melbourne's oldest suburb is also home to some of its best cafes.
Right now, nowhere in Melbourne better represents the culinary zeitgeist.
Where to find beer, wine and cocktails in Melbourne's oldest suburb.
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From the team behind Congress and Future Future, this cafe, grocer and wine bar is serving cacio e pepe eggs in the morning and locally made charcuterie by night, in a room full of mid-century design flourishes.
Blink and you might miss this tiny, light-filled Japanese cafe wedged into the corner of a modern apartment block. Teas and mainly things on white, thick-cut toast are mainstays, but comforting curries and omurice pop up often.
A simple, subtle aesthetic speaks worlds for the minimalist style at this neat cafe in North Fitzroy.
This bakery has been a Fitzroy North Village since 2005. Its versatility is its greatest strength: the excellent sourdough is bolstered by a line-up that includes plenty of pastries and gluten-free cakes. Don't miss the hot cross buns at Easter-time.
Meal-sized toasties in a homey setting.
Despite the Germanic origins of its name, Mitte offers modern Australian breakfast cuisine with an epicurean flair.
Timeless neighbourhood simplicity on a residential corner.
A less than bothersome, coffee-making brother.
An old-school cafe still keeping up with the times.
A delightful vegetarian option.
A tiny cafe dedicated to the simple pleasures of toast.
A modern, airy cafe set against a Scandinavian-influenced backdrop.