Melbourne’s cafe culture is world famous. Whether you live in Melbourne or you’re just visiting, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice when it comes to places to enjoy a latte or a long black, or enjoy a nice meal.
Looking for the perfect spot to get your caffeine hit or catch-up with some mates? Here’s 9 Melbourne cafes you’re sure to love:
Tucked away in an unassuming laneway in South Melbourne, St Ali offers some of the best coffee money can buy. If that’s not enough to keep you satisfied, try something from their delicious and diverse menu. You can get everything from donuts to crispy skinned Atlantic salmon to keep the hunger pains away and fuel you up to hit the shops afterwards.
Top Paddock in Richmond serve up coffee from Darling Roasters Coffee and have a menu that changes with the seasons. Located on busy Church St, it’s the ideal location for a quick workday lunch or long weekend brunch alike. There’s plenty of seating options too with everything from booths and communal tables to stools at the counter to choose from.
Enjoy the warehouse style vibes of Three Bags Full in Abbotsford anytime of the week. Serving up a range of delicious foods, this cafe is well-known for catering to gluten-free and vegetarian diets. This is the ideal place to go to catch up with friends or just hang out on your own with a hot coffee and a good book.
There’s certainly no shortage of cafes to choose from along High Street in Armadale, but take a wander into Moby and you won’t be disappointed. A great spot for breakfast or brunch, the food here is inspired by well-known chef Yotam Ottolenghi so you can be assured of the quality. It’s a popular place, especially on weekends, but there’s plenty of space and seating options.
Not only do they roast their own coffee here but Code Black Coffee also serve up breakfast and lunch. There’s so much to choose from on this menu too. You’re sure to find something to suit your taste buds, including a dedicated and delicious looking kids menu if you have little ones in tow.
Located in the city on Little Collins St, the main focus of Everyday Midtown is on takeaway coffee but there’s still space inside if you’d rather have your coffee there. Feeling peckish? Grab yourself a pastry or other goodie baked fresh in-house and enjoy watching the hustle and bustle of the city workers and tourists in this area.
Stop in at Bayano the Rebel in South Yarra for a great coffee or some food, which is mostly Vegan. While there’s limited space inside, arrive at the right time and you’ll find yourself a seat in the window or on one of the stools. Perfect for a takeaway coffee if you’re in a hurry.
Roastery for Proud Mary Coffee, Aunty Peg’s in Collingwood is a haven for coffee lovers. Grab yourself a cup and check out their range of coffee-related products. You can even head to a free coffee tasting here every Saturday at 10.30am. Just don’t expect a cappuccino – they only serve black coffee here in order to highlight the product.
Plain Sailing at Elwood is the perfect place to sit and chat with friends or to enjoy the ambience on your own. You’ll find delicious, innovative meals, great coffee and friendly service at this cafe open seven days a week. Perfect for breakfast or brunch on the weekend with some friends.
Melbourne is a hub of great cafes, offering delicious meals and the best coffee you’ll find. No matter which suburb you’re in, you’re sure to find a cafe that suits your needs.
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