A wholefood philosophy put into action is working wonders at Hawthorn Common.
Bright, bold and buzzing – Barry moves into boho Northcote.
Whilst Satchmo’s may be small, there’s nothing dingy about it.
Enter Imbiss 25 – the brainchild of one of 19 Squares’ former staff.
In no-man’s-land on the Collingwood side of Johnson Street is a secret treasure in Bayte. The middle-eastern eatery offers up home-style Lebanese fare.
Wabi Sabi salon on Smith Street has been there for yonks – before the arrival of trendy restaurants and trendier burger bars.
It’s unbecoming to gush, but if Rowena Parade Corner Store isn’t the cutest café you’ve ever seen I’ll eat one of their delightful retro table settings.
Brunswick Street Fitzroy is a hot spot for vegetarian-friendly fare, and Yong Green Food is an excellent addition.
A vegan, a coeliac and a meatlover walked into a pizza shop… and it was fine.
A Fairfield favourite for good reason, 15 Pounds is probably about the weight you’ll put on imbibing the many delicious offerings at this café.
Mid way down the bottom of Hardware Lane is a French café which is so at home in a completely out-of-place fashion it’s like a magnolia grafted onto a fern. Unexpected, but…