Tag Archive: Melbourne cafes

Mighty Boy

Perfectly located between St Vincent’s Hospital and the Melbourne Exhibition building, Mighty Boy on a quiet Gertrude Street corner is quickly becoming a local favourite and institution in the area.

Mixed Business

Quietly nestled next to the Terminus Hotel and Fowlers flowers at the ever-busy Clifton Hill interchange, is Mixed Business – a country-style, inner suburban café keeping more than just the locals happy. Spoilt… Continue reading

Nieuw Amsterdam

The sad but true fact is Pugg Mahones is no more. Far from sad but, true is the Hardware lane building has had a little reno. Scrambling for footpath space for eager awaiting… Continue reading

Feast of Merit

The troubled shopfront of 117 Swan Street Richmond saw five cafes, restaurants and eateries pass through its doors in 2012 and 2013. The space is a large corner block, in a prime location… Continue reading

The Kettle Black

If the crew from Top Paddock and Two Birds, One Stone weren’t already on top, they certainly are now with their addition to the family; The Kettle Black†. Opening late July thanks to… Continue reading

Industry Beans

Industry Beans quickly became a Fitzroy favourite when the lads from Penny Farthing down the road in Northcote opened their shipping-container-warehouse in 2013.

Admiral Cheng Ho

Spoilt for choice, Admiral Cheng Ho has a star coffee cast with seven grinders at the ready, filled to the brim with beans from around the world.  From the coffee and vegetarian experts… Continue reading

Barry for food and coffee.

The usual sign of a good cafe, or at the very least a good coffee, is a tick of approval from the ambos. It is pretty safe to say, if a Paramedic is… Continue reading

Oasis Bakery: Melbourne’s very own Middle East.

For 14 years, Maraw Makool and her team of dedicated family and staff have been producing the very best in Lebanese cuisine and products out of their ever expanding home-style kitchen; Oasis Bakery… Continue reading

Santucci’s cafe

Santucci’s cafe is an institution in Koornang Road. For years, the cafe has been a home away from home for many Carnegietes and is known for its comfortable and inviting homestyle, Italian foods… Continue reading

Touchwood – 480 Bridge Road Richmond.

Bridge road in the heart of Richmond dived further into recession this month, as we saw more businesses forced to close flagship stores due to high rent renewals and slow retail traffic. This… Continue reading