Perfect for an Italian indulgence, Brunetti’s Carlton headquarters has a sophisticated Roman aesthetic, replete with marble, murals and mosaics.
Gelatissimo creates that real Italian gelato taste, in every imaginable flavour.
Selling a range of top-quality Italian smallgoods, the DOC Delicatessen adjoins the ever-popular DOC pizzeria and café.
Lygon Court consists of over 28 specialty stores and cafes, including Cinema Nova and Brunetti's. Other tenants include Alberto Piazza Shoes, Country Road, Silk Lane Boutique and Woolworths.
Established in 1952, the busy Lygon Food Store is a Carlton institution, serving breakfast or lunch, or a great cup of coffee any time of day.
The original Toto's Pizza was established in 1961, and continues to serve old-style Italian fare such as pizza, pasta, soup, risotto, steak and salad.
Cinema Nova is Melbourne's home of quality arthouse and contemporary cinema, as well as regular film events, Q&As, Nova Deluxe, film festivals, the Cinema Nova Bar and CineTrivia.
Seasons Provedore is a place to enjoy great Italian food, coffee, ambiance and service. It provides an authentic Italian lunch and dinner menu. Watch them make fresh pasta and gnocchi, by hand, in the main display window.
II Dolce Freddo on Lygon Street has won international awards for its colorful range of artisan gelati, all made fresh daily.
Just around the corner from sister restaurant, Lygon Street's DOC Espresso has carved out its own niche. There's no pizza in sight, but instead you'll find a range of authentic pastas and focacias, with great coffee to boot.
The Italian accent is genuine at DOC, where you can taste the authentic flavour of a Rome-style pizza without having to purchase an air ticket.
When a sandwich won’t suffice for lunch, head to the traditional Italian Tiamo cafe for generous servings of pasta and crunchy Italian bread.
Koko Black has mastered the art of fine European chocolate making, offering indulgent moments and a luxurious experience beyond the everyday.
The Carlton salon opens late to cater for the evening crowd in the busy Lygon Street precinct.
La Latteria is a specialty mozzarella shop making Italian-style cheeses which are hand-stretched and shaped fresh every day.
Established in 1969, Universal restaurant on Lygon Street in Carlton is a perennial favourite for convivial dining with groups of family or friends.
Readings has been Melbourne’s preeminent independent bookstore and retailer of music and films for over four decades.
Readings offers customers an outstanding range of products, from cutting-edge music and DVDs to classic texts.
Museo Italiano tells the story of Victoria’s Italian community, and as you’d expect there’s a strong focus on Carlton’s Italian heritage and history.
La Mama Theatre is a cosy, intimate theatre space that has been presenting and nurturing new Australian theatre from its Faraday Street home since 1967.
‘The Vertue of the Coffee Drink’ are a micro coffee roaster, café, kitchen and retailer. Being passionate about coffee, they source premium green coffee beans, roast to perfection, then serve with care and respect.
The Grinders Coffee original Melbourne retail store has played a pivotal role in Australia's booming love affair with coffee.
Casa del Gelato has been making delicious gelati, with the freshest fruit and natural ingredients, since 1980.
All 170 flavours are made by award-winning gelato maker Ottorino Pace using traditional methods.
Heartattack and Vine is an Italian-style neighbourhood bar and specialty coffee establishment. Enjoy tapas-style plates or more substantial rustic Italian fare, complemented by Europeans wines and coffee.
The Carlton Wine Room offers warm, instinctive hospitality paired with wholesome European food, and a extensive wine list focussed on Italian varietals.
Milk the Cow is Australia's first licensed fromagerie, featuring a selection more than 180 artisan cheeses from all over the world.
This late night cheese bar has fast become a Melbourne favourite, where cheese and booze matching is a house speciality.