Patricia has simplified the coffee experience – no need to sit down, mess around and confuse your palate with breakfast stuffs.
Tucked under an office building in the city, and opening onto an arcade, Mr Close is easy to miss, but well worth seeking out.
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.
Climbing the stairs to Miss Jackson, tucked around the corner on Grey Street, you’d swear you weren’t in St Kilda at all.
Some days you don’t want to sit in a café. You want to grab your carbs, hot foot it back to your desk or bed, and imbibe them in your…
What’s better than ginger bread French toast with carmelised figs and macadamia honey mascarpone? All that with a side of bacon. Indulgent? Yes. Frowned upon? Certainly not; in fact the…
St Kilda favourite Batch Espresso is a comforting little café on Carlisle Street.
It’s hard to get a seat in many of Thornbury’s lovely little cafes, so it’s a relief that Little Henri joined the fray last year.
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.
At the other end of Swan Street in Richmond in a corner building with charming yellow shades you’ll find a counter with take-away treats and a barista pumping out take-away…
Off the main drag in Fitzroy, under an apartment block, you’ll find Back Street Eating.
You’d be forgiven for whizzing past Self Preservation, at the top end of Bourke Street.