The Hardware Société Melbourne
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Top 10 of Melbourne's cafes. Popular for breakfast or brunch with family & friends..
A busy Parisian-style cafe at the end of Hardware Street, this is the place to go Euro with traditional pastries, seriously Instagrammable breakfasts, and a cabinet full of tantalising sweet treats. Open for breakfast, brunch and lunch every day, Hardware Societe has long been a favourite with…
Classically Melbourne, brunch (breakfast/lunch) is the new dinner. Enjoy some of the best at this chic eatery. Just be prepared for the worst - you may have to wait in a queue for 15-30 minutes. Yep. For brunch. It's that good.
French toast and baked eggs are staples at this compact, rustic-chic breakfast cafe with warm vibe.
“Great cafe in the north of the CBD for breakfast, brunch and other creative local Melbournian food. A must visit if you haven't tried them already !”
“Good place for lunch if you're in the Southern Cross and downtown area. They serve a healthy spread of sandwiches and kitchen selections.”
“Famous for its Korean bbq, Yeonga is well known for its quality of bbq meat. A great local hang around after dark as friends and family enjoy a night out in town. Definitely a must go. ”
“Melbourne's best ramen (some might say). Usually a queue to get in - but you'll be in within 10 minutes. ”
“Boilermaker House is home to one of the largest collections of whisky in Melbourne, boasting a library of 700 offerings. From the Lonsdale Street entrance, Boilermaker House is completely unassuming – a signature of the Speakeasy Group, which also has EDV in its roster. Through the gigantic doors, the bar opens up to a brash explosion of bodies, blues and brews. You’ll be amongst a lot of city workers after knocking-off time finding solace in a whisky or a beer or both, and groups of bros nerding out on a bit of whisky education. ”