We keep good company, here are some of a local picks for food, entertainment and enjoyment.
to market to market Victoria Market Melbourne
The Croft Institute Bar - Melbourne, Australia
Succulents In Glass
Chuckle Park 322 Little Collins
Have a spare hour? head down to St Kilda at dusk to catch the Fairy Penguins coming home. Jump on the 96 tram enjoy one of Melbournes best kept secrets.
Need to escape the hot Melbourne summer? Head down to the Melbourne City Baths on Swanston street. Built in the 1860 they caused a scandal in 1947 when they introduced mixed bathing.
The Causeway 1976 by David Wadelton (Northcote Hysterical Society)
Journal has coffee that lives up to Melbournians high standards. Grab a cup and people watch the eclectic patrons at a café that will take you back to Old Melbourne.
In A Jar
Enjoy the summer weather at Chuckle Park. New Guernicas downstairs neighbour is the ultimate of hipster cool and will serve you a drink in a jar from the back of a caravan.
Gills Diner, Gills Alley, 360 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 9670 Best modern Euro.
Jump on a tram to Collingwood and enjoy the afternoon sun while enjoying a cold beverage and a gourmet hotdog at Peoples Market.
The ever changing walls at Union Lane are only a few meters away. If you time it right you might see a piece in production or a fashion shoot.
3 Doors Down
How To Mix
One of the most unique nightspot in Melbourne, visiting New Guernica is like stepping into an enchanted wood. Just 3 doors down it’s the perfect place for some cheeky after work drinks.
Causeway House is a leisurely walk from Flinders Street Station. With plenty of unique boutiques, amazing cafes and eclectic street art you might want to arrive a little early so you have time to enjoy the sights.
Designed with socialising in mind, it attracts hoards of Melbourne's coolest socialites. Its Asian-inspired menu is perfect for sharing.