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$35 gets you two hours of slices and brews every Thursday night.
These four-course dessert degustations book out very quickly.
Get your gooey cheese fix while being serenaded at the hidden basement bar.
Belles is bringing its Windsor punters a weekly party to kick start the weekend.
ACMI is staying open late for a series of 'Alice in Wonderland'-themed Friday night parties.
End your working week with free craft brews. Yes, free.
Take a tour of Melbourne in complete darkness.
Rice Paper Scissors is serving up monthly yum cha for a very reasonable $55.
Belleville is pairing vegan snacks with beats for a high tea of the loose variety.
The newly reopened Prince Alfred Hotel is opening up its rooftop for bottomless pancakes, mimosas, bloody marys and beer.
Your regular Sunday trip to Woolies just got way better.
All the porchetta, pizza and Prosecco you could want.
Japan's insane real-life version of Mario Kart is coming to Melbourne.
Take your Monday nights up a notch with a cheeky dozen at Prahran's Tokosan.
A free weekly comedy night at Boney.
Devour as many rolls as you can every Tuesday.
Stare up at the full-dome screen with a drink in your hand.
The orchestra and three comedians team up for one night of musical parodies
Spend your Tuesdays sampling whisky and cheese at Eau de Vie.
Go down the rabbit hole at ACMI's world-first interactive 'Alice in Wonderland' exhibition.
Head to South Yarra's Japanese biker bar for an hour of power every Wednesday night.
Let out all those feelings in this weekly no-judgement dance class.
Find out which one of your mates is the true Costanza, Lord of the Idiots.
116 Errol Street, North Melbourne
The quintessential modern Italian neighbourhood cafe North Melbourne never knew it needed.
383 Chapel Street, South Yarra
This Chapel Street eatery serves everything from breakfast and coffee through to pizza and cocktails.
120 Bay Street, Melbourne
Sydney's organic, free-range, fair-trade cafe and supermarket has come to Melbourne.
32 Union Street , Brunswick
The ultimate Brunswick cafe space for brunchers, toastie-lovers and those wielding a Mac.
240-242 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
Your coffee addiction won't be judged here.
70 Adeney Avenue, Kew
This former milk bar has been given a new lease on life and brings new meaning to homely hospitality.
325 Johnston Street, Abbotsford
Whether it's virtue or flavour you're after, The Admiral has you covered.
190 High Street, Northcote
A Northcote bakery pairing specialty coffee with Czech honey cakes and Spanish spiral pastries.
Flinders Walk, Melbourne
With great views and even better food, this is one platform you won't mind getting delayed on.
193 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
A menu full of Fitzroy's best breakfasts.
189 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
From your morning coffee to your midnight nightcap, Archie's has you covered.
611 Nicholson Street, Carlton North
A cute, quaint Carlton North tearoom with a healthy dose of good coffee and British nostalgia.
237 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn
Contemporary yet timeless fine dining from a literary treasure.
320 Ascot Vale Road, Moonee Ponds
A chemistry lesson worth its weight in foodie gold.
303 Chesterville Road, Bentleigh East
Breakfast luxury arrives in Bentleigh East.
27-29 Nicholson Street, Abbotsford
This Abbotsford cafe, bakery and roastery hybrid gets a gold star.
103-107 Errol Street, North Melbourne
Place a bid on one of Melbourne's best brunches.
322 Burwood Road, Hawthorn
The quintessential ‘coffee barn’ for the city that lives and breathes caffeine.
68-82 Hopkins Street, Footscray
Cafe by day, bar by night, sugar coma by choice.
294 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick
An all-day Asian fusion eatery at the old Caulfield Rifle Club.