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A Melbourne institution for the legal fraternity, Cafe Dominos has table seating inside and out for a quick coffee or cafe-style lunch.
Five Points café has a lower east side New York kind of feel, funky tunes and friendly staff and space to dine indoors or out.
Great Space Cafe
The Great Space Café is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. The meal sizes are generous and the prices quite reasonable.
Light meals on offer include bircher muesli and banana bread.
Arrive early for your Malthouse Theatre experience and relax over a pre-show weekend breakfast or weekday lunch or dinner at the Coopers Malthouse Café.
The Coopers Malthouse Bar is also open for pre-show tipples and post-performance indulgence.
Dedicated to making the best schnitzels in the world, Schnitz brings the culinary tradition of schnitzels to modern-day tastebuds. Using fresh ingredients, a signature pan-cooking technique and delicious, crunchy crumbs, you are sure to get hooked.
Gloria Jean's Coffees
Australian owned and locally operated, Gloria Jean’s Coffees sources the world’s best Arabica beans, delivering a great cup of coffee every time.
Each cup of coffee at Gloria Jean's is handcrafted by a passionate barista.
The Terrace On Exhibition
Downstairs in the Mantra on the Park hotel, the Terrace Restaurant Bar & Grill’s relaxed atmosphere attracts hotel guests and cafe patrons alike.
Enjoy a delicious full breakfast, or a la carte dining at dinner.
The Hamodava Cafe is a community centre providing breakfast, lunch and fairtrade coffee, as well as support to people from all walks of life, especially those living on the margins of society.
170 Russell (formerly Billboard Nightclub) has been an entertainment venue for more than 40 years, providing live music to two generations of Melburnians.
Cherry is Melbourne's first authentic rock bar, showcasing some of the greatest rock and soul music from the past half a century.