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Chris Lucas’s crown jewel on the top floor of Kisumé presents one of the city’s most unique dining experiences.
Beneath Driver Lane
Moody blues and dark spirits at this cavernous, below-ground bar.
A late-night shrine to tacos and mezcal.
A meat-forward Korean restaurant by “Kimchi Pete” where natural wine and ferments rule.
Operating below Block Place since ’94.
Sensory Lab Rialto
This outpost from the coffee specialist puts food on the same pedestal as coffee and design.
Training deaf year 11 and 12 students in hospitality.
Old-school service, 400 bottles of wine and plenty of classic Italian charm.
The sky is everywhere at this two-storey outdoor bar.
La Petite Crêperie Gallagher Place
Enjoy a crepe or a fresh baguette at this French breakfast and lunch spot.
David Moyle’s atmospheric venue above Longrain will transport you someplace else.
Axil Coffee Roasters CBD Espresso Bar
Stylish, standing-room-only coffee on Flinders Lane.
Kirk’s Wine Bar
When Ian Curley and the team from City Wine Shop, European et al decide to create something, you know it’s a pretty solid bet.
A Staple Space
A Staple Space brings wellness to the CBD, featuring good food, holistic therapy and great vibes.
Union Electric Bar
A two-storey, indoor-outdoor cocktail bar with an emphasis on fresh fruit and veg.
Sun Moth Canteen & Bar
An understated all-rounder that’s just as suitable for lunch as it is for a quick beer.
Down a quiet little lane in the CBD, Raw Trader is serving up decadence without the guilt.
Authentic Peruvian in the heart of Melbourne.
A salad bar and deli for lunch in the CBD from the team behind Melbourne nightspots New Guernica and Chuckle Park.
Women’s fashion by Marietta Marlow, designed and made in Melbourne.
A long-running restaurant dedicated to classic Italian dining.
Australia's resin artisans.
Shortstop Coffee & Donuts
High-end, handmade, US-style doughnuts and coffee.
Whether you’re in the mood for bread rolls or noodle bowls, Paperboy has you covered.
5 & Dime
5 & Dime is serving real-deal, New York-style bagels in the CBD.
A minimalist coffee oasis among office buildings.
Smart eveningwear for men and women.
Fun, shareable Mexican food in a graffitied package.
The Fair Trader
Big in size, coffee and contemporary food.
A restaurant that's solely devoted to the Chinese bun.
A two-storey restaurant that’s refreshingly old school, from former St. Crispin chef Joe Grbac.
A wine bar that's all about supporting women in the industry.
MIFF Festival Lounge 2017
The official eating and drinking hub of the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Green Light Diner
Pancakes for dinner, bagels until 1am and batched cocktails. This old pokies venue is unrecognisable.
Kings and Knaves
Prosciutto, pears, smoked salmon and cheese blends – this isn’t toast you make at home.
There’s champagne and fancy hot dogs at the Waterside, but mostly it’s still just a local pub.
Hip-hop, Vietnamese street food and cocktails bedecked with fairy floss or fire.
Market Lane Coffee Collins Street
An elegant spot for lingering over a fine coffee.
Kinship & Co
Where the banter flows as thick and fast as the espresso.
Beer, Wine and Calzone
Plus pizza, pasta and charcuterie.
Baguettes, doughnuts, pastries and coffee on the edge of the CBD.
Dedicated to improving the classic American burger.
Uncle Collins Street
The second location for a south-side favourite.
Barbarella Gelato and Wine Bar
The team behind The European and Kirk’s bring some Italian romance to the Block Arcade.
A Lebanese diner by the guys from Code Black Coffee.
There’s no mix-and-match required at this modern salad bar. The killer combinations are thought up for you.
A fresh, upmarket take on gozleme, that flaky Turkish classic.