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 shop in Melbourne's oldest suburb.
Fitzroy’s quieter counterpart packs almost as many excellent restaurants, including the 20-year-old institution, Moroccan Soup Bar.
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The pasta spot where drawing on the table is encouraged. If that’s not your thing, the $9 pasta, $9 Negronis and $9 carafes of wine might be.
This Sri Lankan restaurant is a Fitzroy North favourite. It has one of the best (and cheapest) buffets in Melbourne – regardless of cuisine.
Here to feed us traditional home-style pizza, pasta and all things Italian food and drink.
Melbourne's second oldest burger joint.
A vibrant South American eatery with a dedicated ceviche menu, a fiery charcoal grill and an extensive list of pisco cocktails.
Authentic North African flavours that locals have been queuing for since 1998.
The best Indian in Fitzroy North.
A casual neighbourhood restaurant by legendary chef Donovan Cooke.
The food here is no laughing matter.
A neighbourhood favourite for a wine and nibble, or a hearty bowl of pasta.
Although the menu changes often at this neighbourhood restaurant, regulars keep coming back for the beautiful dining room, old-school Italian hospitality and extensive wine list.
Buy a bottle of wine or BYO at this bistro and wine store.
Family friendly neighbourhood dining in Fitzroy North.