Head down to one of Melbourne’s 12 Sacred Heart Mission op-shops for a big sale.
You're never too old to have a boog.
Try local Monger-chosen cheeses to start, then fill up with triple-cheese jaffles, and fire-cooked raclette, saganaki and more.
Cut those nails and pull out the lycra, Sharni Lambden is here to give you some pointers.
Head down a narrow alley and up a dingy stairwell for grungy vibes, fun wines and sensational burgers.
This playful eatery has a 100-square-metre open-air balcony and a tonne of oceanic snacks. Expect to use your hands.
Head inside this moody eatery for tortelloni stuffed with buffalo ricotta, enormous veal parmigianas and cherry-chocolate-fudge sundaes for two.
Restaurateur Rinaldo Di Stasio is back in the city with an extraordinary restaurant that blends high art, high drama and high cuisine.
Mexican street food brought to a food-filled corner of Melbourne.
An elegant 16-seat Japanese fine diner.
Fancy katsu sandos and high-quality coffee are the draws at this takeaway-driven spot inside the St. Collins Lane food court.
This outpost from the coffee specialist puts food on the same pedestal as coffee and design.
A bustling city cafe on Hardware Lane serving hearty French/Spanish dishes for breakfast and lunch.
A contender for the best gelato in town.
A fresh, upmarket take on gozleme, that flaky Turkish classic.
This sea of olive leather, grey velvet and art deco touches is not your everyday foyer cafe. On the menu: French flatbreads you can fold up like a taco, and salads with porchetta or rotisserie chicken.
Zombie cocktails, leopard print and tikis everywhere (obviously). Check your everyday life at the door – it’s pure fantasy here.
Andrew McConnell goes vertical with this wine bar above Cumulus Inc.
A multi-purpose arts, film and drinking hub.
A hidden rooftop bar, with an emphasis on cocktails and comfort.
A two-storey, indoor-outdoor cocktail bar with an emphasis on fresh fruit and veg.
A Palm Springs-inspired space from the guys behind Fancy Hanks.
This tiny, technicolour Flinders Lane patisserie serves flaky croissants and fluffy doughnuts without the help of butter, milk or eggs.
The Japanese label’s only Melbourne store.
A stylish swimwear and clothing brand with boutiques across Melbourne.
Minimal, contemporary clothing favoured by creative professionals.
Women’s fashion by Marietta Marlow, designed and made in Melbourne.
Classical tailored pieces from city to sea by local designer Virginia Martin.
From cutlery and ceramic vases to curtains and bedspreads.
The standout interiors in a city overflowing with stunning cafes.
Keep your energy levels up.
Big, small, classic, experimental.
Gotta love a cold pint.
This classic Roman dish is popping up on menus across town – here's where to find the best renditions.
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