A small shop with a staggering number of beers packed into its fridges and shelves.
A not-strictly traditional Korean dining experience that's fun and fresh.
Belle’s Hot Chicken Richmond
Fried chicken and natural wines. Magic.
Laneway Greens Richmond
The all-day, all-week canteen trying to change fast food in Australia.
Mrs Kim’s Grill Richmond
Twelve-hour marinated meat and complimentary kimchi for all.
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Richmond Hill Cafe & Larder
As they say, it's "bread, cheese, wine, good things".
Espresso Cafe Richmond
Indian-inspired dishes matched with Padre coffee.
Jay’s Yogurt Opens in Richmond
Once you’ve tried this blended frozen yoghurt, soft serve seems a lot less exciting.
Monroe Opens in Richmond
Asian-influenced brunches and a nod to Marilyn Monroe arrive on Bridge Road.
Cheap Eats Under $10: Richmond
Eating in Richmond for under $10 doesn't have to involve Vietnamese - but why wouldn't it?
Now Open: Laneway Greens Arrives in Richmond
The all-day, all-week canteen makes its play to change fast food in Australia.
Menu Reveal: Hanoi Hannah Richmond’s Opening Spread
Called New Quarter, a more refined version of the Vietnamese restaurant is opening this month with a dedicated ribs and wings menu, and the debut of desserts.
Fargo and Co Opens in Richmond
A heritage Commonwealth Bank turns into a 200-seat double-level bar.
Hanoi Hannah New Quarter Opens in Richmond
It’s the biggest and boldest of all the Hanoi Hannah venues with dishes direct from the Vietnamese capital.
The Modern Eatery: New Japanese for Richmond
Aburi sushi, and chefs who aren’t bound by tradition, arrive on Swan Street.
Four to Try: New Openings in Richmond
The suburb recently became home to Melbourne’s most over-qualified sandwich shop, two bars in revamped heritage spaces, and new Japanese.
Be the Duck Opens in Richmond
Be the Duck opens on Burnley Street, with daytime staples and intriguing sit-down dishes.
Meatball & Wine Bar Rolls into Richmond
Melbourne fell in love with The Meatball & Wine Bar when it arrived in Flinders Lane. Now we can do it all over again with its new Richmond counterpart.
Shannon Bennett’s Benny Burger Arrives in Richmond
Ethical fast food by the Vue de Monde chef.
Horse to Water Trots Onto Bridge Road in Richmond
A chic espresso bar offering bottomless filtered coffee is here for Epworth hospital staff and visitors.
Toasties, sandwiches and brunch staples in a relaxing corner site.
Teeny Tiny Hut Opens in Richmond
There’s a little something for everyone at this gift store by a creative mother and daughter team.
Modern Greek food by a former Masterchef contestant.
Tofu Shop International
Fresh bean curd turned into creative lunches since 1982.
5:00pm - 8:00pm
A versatile, multi-leveled bar and a dining space.
Coffee is the focus at this spot from Axil Coffee Roasters, but the menu is no B-team.
The Ugly Duckling
A sophisticated wine bar that wants you to feel like you’re entertaining at home.
The sister restaurant to Chin Chin and Kong is all about pizza.
Asian-influenced brunches and a nod to Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe.
Tidbit Cakes Brings Elaborate, Customised Vegan Treats to Richmond
Pastry chef Rhiannon Howell opens a bakery and cafe specialising in raw and baked desserts.
A tiny cafe that punches well above its weight.
Simplicity and class are the hallmarks of this cafe.
Fonda takes a relaxed approach to Mexican street food
Hanoi Hannah New Quarter
It’s the biggest and boldest of all the Hanoi Hannah venues.
A classic sandwich shop with elevated ingredients and credentials.
Caddie Takes Over the Old Meatmother Space in Richmond
Dylan Evans cut his teeth at some of the world’s finest restaurants. His new Swan Street diners serves up market-driven dishes in a relaxed but refined setting.
A Dustin Martin Mural Has Already Gone Up in Richmond
The Tigers footballer won the Brownlow Medal with a record tally last night.
Stokehouse, Attica Alum Open Hector’s Deli in Richmond
A classic sandwich shop, with a ham, cheese and tomato sanga on steroids.
Local organic produce meets fast food for this celebrity chef’s take on burgers.
A wine bar and bottle shop, with 350 wines from around the world.
Outlet number two for one Melbourne’s first beer specialists.
Grass-fed Angus beef and a top-secret marinade, served on brioche.
Camel-milk lattes and bowls of crickets. This isn't your average cafe.
Sushi at a supremely exquisite level.
A big, relaxed pub by the team behind The Marquis of Lorne.
A butcher and cafe where provenance means everything.