Freshly baked sourdough, single origin coffee and Nancy Wilson on the record player.
Northcote Social Club
An important part of Melbourne’s live music scene since 2004.
A pizza shop and wine bar that is also a traditional Italian panificio.
Now Open: Cornerstone of Northcote
Superfoods, charcoal “lemonaid”, probiotic sodas and nutrient-rich salad bowls are the game at this family-friendly cafe.
Field Black Opens in Northcote
There’s a hidden kids’ area and dogs are welcome at this new cafe with breakfast gnocchi and sticky-date hotcakes.
What’s Open Over Summer: Cafes
These guys aren’t going on holiday so you can make the most of yours.
A bright cafe with healthy on the mind.
A white-walled, sun-filled cafe in Westgarth.
A raw and organic café in lively High Street, Northcote.
Kau & Co
A compact, environmentally conscious cafe.
A notch above your average ice-cream cone, Il Melograno serves gelato the authentic way.
The Herbert Cafe
Tucked along the Epping line, it’s a little cafe with a big character.
The Breakfast Club
A small cosy space in Northcote, this sweet cafe evokes memories of childhood.
Ribs & Burgers in Northcote Plaza
The Ribs & Burgers crew chooses some interesting real estate for their latest venture.
Melba organic coffee and a Middle-Eastern inspired menu.
Five to Try: Melbourne’s Best New Cafes
From a sleek bakery in South Yarra to a 1950s deli-inspired spot in Ascot Vale, here are some places to try this weekend.
Five to Try: Sydney Cafes for Freelancing
No dairy, gluten or sugar? No worries.
Poke the Bear
A pun-tastic cafe with a Bali-inspired vibe.
Sookie La La
A retro-inspired lunch spot.
A Spanish Booze Store for Northcote
The guys behind the city tapas bar are importing wine straight from the source with their new boutique bottle-o.
Northcote Social Club: 10 Years of Memories
Courtney Barnett, The Basics, The Kite String Tangle and NSC manager Andrew Mansfield share their best (and loosest) stories.
Top of the Hill
Sandwiches and one of the most original interiors in the North.
Poke the Bear Opens in Northcote
Ryan Cassidy, formerly of Truman Cafe and Veruca Salt, moves into the old Radio Mexico Norte building.
All Are Welcome
A bakery and coffee shop with some unexpected treats.
Two Short Men
A friendly local cafe run by a father and son duo.
Red Door Corner Store
Enter through a red door for good coffee and a reprieve from your busy city life.
Penny Farthing Espresso
Pedal up the hill on your bike to a great little coffee spot in Northcote.
All Are Welcome at Northcote's New Bakery
Lesser-known pastries, Everyday Coffee and church pews on High Street.
Seven To Try: Melbourne Cafes For Working Solo