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My top four places for brunch in the north.

  1. Red door cafeNorthcote A unique, chic, hidden Northcote gem! Good food and good service. There is a good selection of food to choose from. Bit of a walk from tram and expect to wait for a table.

2. TinkerNorthcote. It’s not hard to miss Tinker when driving down High Street in Northcote, just look for the big group of people huddled around the door eagerly awaiting a table. Simply sensational and a welcome addition to the Northcote Café scene.

3. AlimentariCollingwood. Very cute European-style deli cafe. Great vibe and staff, adorable set up, food is amazing. The homemade gluten free bread is an absolute winner.

4. Addict Food and Coffee Fitzroy. Finally got around to trying Addict Food & Coffee and was not disappointed. The interior is simple, s medium sized (but with plenty of outdoor seating) The menu has all the basics as well as some interesting options. definitely worth a visit.

Take a Break



Need a coffee but don’t want the hustle and bustle of the city while you relax.

Ca De Vin is the perfect hide away for you.

Positioned between Myer and H&M on Bourke st mall Melbourne, Ca De Vin has something for everyone.

Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner you can enjoy the the cosy laneway setting anytime of the day.

Known for their pizza and extensive wine menu, Ca De Vin is the first choice when it comes to a cosy romantic dinner or just a casual coffee and cake catch up with friends.

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Be sure to remember this one.



Melbourne Coffee


One of my top 3 coffee stops in Melbourne is located at 350 Bourke St | Shop 23G, Melbourne, Victoria 3000,Australia.

Federal coffee palace is friendly little cafe that sits on the corner of the GPO building in Melbourne’s city centre.

With your option to have a light lunch with a glass of wine or wake up to a warm rich roasted coffee while you escape the hustle and bustle of burke St mall.

Definitely a stop worth making.




coffeblog copyCoffee trade in Melbourne has become huge over the years. From local roasted beans right down to the coffee art in the final presentation.

I have personally travelled around and lived overseas as most of us have, but in most places I’m yet to experience the culture and even a coffee like here in Melbourne. Living in the city I get the opportunity to try coffee from hundreds of cafe’s tucked away in lane way’s all over town. Padre coffee located in Brunswick and Victoria markets, and one of my favorites so far. originating from the Brunswick east project, Padre has developed in the way they roast and brew their coffee. From friendly staff to great tasting coffee Padre is defiantly worth a visit.