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School of 7 Bells

Ms Bells has shown a keen desire to demonstrate all her skills in every aspect of the curriculum, although can be a tad cheeky in class. Students had the opportunity to experiment

Captains of Industry - Melbourne CBD Cafe (40)

Captains of Industry

Barbershop. Shoemaker. Tailor. Café. Step into the light filled space that is Captains of Industry, and get instantly whisked back in time to the charms of old world with a feel of the…



Fitzrovia has managed to brilliantly bridge the gap between cafe and restaurant. This collaboration between chef Paul Jewson and his long time partner Marco Pugnalioni combines excellent front of house service with a spectacular menu.



While Willim is small and sunny and slightly genteel in a Malvern sidestreet, Hobba’s more like its renegade cousin who’s just blown back into town after a sketchy, nefarious jaunt overseas.


Black Coffee Pop Up

For 10 days only, Mark Free from Brother Baba Budan is curating the Black Coffee Popup Shop at the Somewhere Gallery on Little Collins.


Market Lane Coffee at QVM

Queen Victoria Market – Melbourne’s top tourist attraction, apparently – is all things to some people. The fruit and veg are cheap, but not always good. Same goes for the meat and fish….


Collective Espresso

Despite the Orwellian aspects of the name, this is by no means a dark and smoky den frequented by bearded Marxists, their earnest partners, and the occasional lost hippy. Not even close.


Sensory Lab

Really, here in Melbourne, we can make a cafe out of anything. Give us a couple of milk crates and a square metre of footpath and we’ll make a cafe out of it….

Axil Coffee Roasters Hawthorn Melbourne (4)

Axil Coffee Roasters

Long before it opened there was Twitter chatter about a new cafe and roaster opening in Hawthorn. Then May finally brought Axil into the world and Hawthorn got a whole lot cooler. And smarter.


Little Mule

There was a little Melbourne mule who lived down a lane. It ate cheap, delicious food and it rode a bike and was thus quite an impressive Little Mule.


Salford Lads Club

I’ve no doubt every Smiths fan in Melbourne’s ears pricked up when word spread of a new cafe called Salford Lads Club. (There’s a memorable album shot of the band posing outside its…


Las Chicas

In this bustling bit of Balaclava, the Bikini Blowout Benedict beckons… along with other alliterated deliciousness.

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