Right now, nowhere in Melbourne better represents the culinary zeitgeist.
Where to find beer, wine and cocktails in Melbourne's oldest suburb.
These are some of the best places in town for a pint.
Melbourne's oldest suburb is also home to some of its best cafes.
Showing 59 results
The Covid-19 pop-up Marion Grocer has found a permanent home. Enter for a very impressive salad sanga, $6 Baker Bleu pizza squares, and fancy picnic hampers. Plus, shop for topnotch pantry staples, fruit and veg, tomato seedlings, fresh blooms and more.
Almost everything at this vegan deli is made in-house, from charcuterie and fresh buffalo mozzarella to take-home lasagnas and crème brulee doughnuts.
Furniture, jewellery, textiles and more await you at this tasteful design store.
A veritable treasure trove of delightful products.
Melbourne’s very own outdoor furniture and homewares brand, keeping our homes stylish on the outside.
Hand-made beautifully simple, yet deceptively intricate porcelain homewares.
Andrew McConnell’s fancy butchery.
Authentic Hispanic ingredients and smallgoods since 1975.
Most of the hunting has been done for you at this vintage and second-hand clothing boutique.
Harking back to an era when 'organic food' was simply called 'food'.
You’ll need to make good use of the rolling ladder in this music library.
Organic bakery and northside institution.
A psychedelic boutique filled with Georgia Perry’s colour-happy accessories and favourite objects.
The first store of the high-quality, local label.
Satisfying Melbourne’s soul and funk cravings since 2002.
This Melbourne fashion label's store has exposed brick, plenty of natural light and is filled with minimalist, carefully considered and sustainable pieces.
Minimal, contemporary clothing favoured by creative professionals.
An egalitarian bottle shop where you’ll find $2500 wines next to $10 cleanskins.
A treasure trove of high-end European fashion.
Your one-stop shop for the best rare vintage straight from the US.
An extensive collection of vintage spectacles.
Classical tailored pieces from city to sea by local designer Virginia Martin.
Held every Saturday, this is a prime spot to pick up fresh produce for the week ahead.
Hundreds of varieties of beer, wine and cider.
Filled with refined, relaxed classics, by a pair of up-and-coming Melbourne designers.
High-quality turntable-based sound systems and records to play on them.
The easiest place to fill your wardrobe with high-quality basics.
Nearly 10,000 records await jazz, hip-hop, Afro and soul fans.
The popular Sydney store brings its curated, understated style to Gertrude Street.
Double Monk shelters some of the world’s most famous men’s shoes.
A place you won’t forget, and not just because of its catchy name.
A much-loved ceramics shop offering locally made wares and workshops.
A destination for hard-to-find European and US menswear labels, and custom-made pieces.
Hardy indoor plants that anyone can keep alive.
A temple to convert you.
A clubhouse of hand-crafted men’s shoes.
Hand-stitched Australian leather products made to last a lifetime.
Find over 1000 brand-new records at this labour of love.
A high-grade sushi bar and impressive pantry of hard-to-find Japanese groceries.
Sydney's favourite gelato chain is just as popular in Melbourne.
Three of our favourite denim labels – NEUW, Rolla’s and Abrand – come together for the love of jeans.
A crafty paradise that brings know-how to knitting.
Quality hats for the elegant modern gentleman.
Two ancient grains, one awesome store.
One of Melbourne’s longest standing record stores.
A complete Australian-made casual wardrobe for ladies and gentlemen.
Asuza is not just a clothing line.
A treasure trove of handcrafted vintage-style frocks, with a sewing classes held up stairs.
Clothing for every occasion and every type of shopper.
A clever play on the everyday "plain" clothes we all need.