Pizza, pasta and a handful of non-Italian options.
Where it all started.
Find them up and down Nicholson Street, and in the wide, quiet side streets.
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A 24-hour nightclub with its very own bandroom.
Meat-free Israeli fare and retro decor – this isn’t your usual Melbourne pub.
A modern take on the classic Italian enoteca, a 50-seat wine bar with house-made pasta, hard-to-find wines and waiters clad in head-to-toe white Japanese denim in an iconic heritage-listed building.
A rollicking good-times pizzeria from the Leonard's House of Love crew.
A rooftop bar with amazing views, serving modern Italo drinks and snacks.
The pretty Victorian building in the heart of Carlton is a modern eatery with a European-influenced menu and wine list.
Pub fare that's a cut above the usual.
Settle in at the red marble bar with a biodynamic wine and a plate of bourbon-and-Coke lamb ribs.
One of the oldest wine bars in Melbourne.
This is a student watering hole welcoming to all because its pleasures are pub classics: Toss the Boss, parmas and bottomless pancakes.