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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The flagship of Andrew McConnell's restaurant empire.
It’s an ’80s referencing, 50 per cent vegan American diner with a dance floor.
This busy restaurant mixes Laotian, Cambodian, Indian, Malay, Burmese and Thai flavours without cutting any corners.
Gyoza, tempura, yakitori, sushi, don - this Japanese restaurant covers a lot of bases.
Sean Donovan has taken the historical hotel back to its roots.
This jazzy Fitzroy 30-seater blends Japanese izakaya, craft sake bar and record store.
From the team behind Fratellino Pizza in South Yarra.
A southern-Spanish neighbourhood staple with tapas, tasting plates and house-made paella-pan bread.
A warm, Spanish-inflected wine bar.
Ballsy vegan fare, tattooed babes and a rock‘n’roll vibe.
It’s Bimbo, but not as we knew it. Terrazzo floors, pale pink fibreglass booths and a commanding American oak bar now dominate the space. And yes, the $4 pizzas are still the stars.
Traditional recipes made with top-notch ingredients make this one of the better Indian diners around.
Elegant French food in a heritage-listed bluestone building.
A social enterprise restaurant that brings native ingredients to the fore.
After a redesign, a bigger menu and a karaoke room, Rice Queen is amping up Fitzroy.
Chicken and chips, Peruvian style.
A bistro all about bringing contemporary French dining to Melbourne.
A modern Indian eatery serving curry risotto, lassi cocktails and gluten-free naan.
Delicious broth and handmade noodles in a cosy package.
Melbourne's mecca for vegetarian and vegan food.
Pizza that's clean, uncomplicated and all about the flavours.
Spelt pizzas and vegan cheese are menu staples at this modern pizzeria.
Japanese goes vegan.
This Fitzroy rooftop bar offers some of the best views of Melbourne.
A cafe/restaurant with a long tradition of comforting Italian food.
Chef Kenji Ito is creating modern, inventive dishes using some unexpected ingredients at this hidden Japanese eatery.
The Colonel’s got nothing on this fiery Nashville-style fried-chicken joint.
Don a plastic bib and grab a pair of claw crackers at this Southern-style seafood joint. Tip: don’t wear white.
An Athenian souva bar by George Calombaris.
True, authentic Malaysian flavours.
Three levels, two restaurants, a rooftop bar, outdoor gardens, breakfast and a 3am license - this venue wants you to have it all.
Otsumami's smaller and less formal sister restaurant.
A refined vegetarian restaurant from the duo behind Vegie Bar and Rice Queen.
A north-side Mexican-food institution.
A Fitzroy pizzeria that offers more than the usual late-night greasy fare.