North Melbourne at a Glance
Find out all there is to a life in North Melbourne!
An institution. Nothing more to add, find it on Leveson Street. Check them out here.
Town Hall Hotel
Quirky, open fire and counter meals and some ace beers on tap make this one of the most unique pubs in Melbourne. Find out more here.
Part of the revolution of what a café could be in the early 2000s, Auction Rooms mixes great. Take a look at what they offer here.
Coffee Roasting Warehouse
Where locals buy their freshly roasted coffee. On Leveson Street. Interested in knowing more, visit their website.
Le Banjo Milkbar
A new addition to North Melbourne and fast becoming a fan favourite. Baking their own Japanese style Shokupan bread and great coffee on vintage china, it’s a truly unique spot. On Howard Street. See all their deliciousness on their instagram.
Can’t make it to Bali at the moment? Go the next best thing and head to Warung Agus Balinese restaurant on Victoria. View their menu here.
Relaxed white-tablecloth restaurant serving seasonal Italian food. On Errol Street. Browse their menu here.
KL Bunga Raya
Understated venue with streetside seating, dishing up Malaysian cuisine. On Errol Street. Find out more here.
Willows & Wine
Cosy with books on the shelf in case you find yourself there early to meet someone and need to kill some time. On Victoria Street. Browse their website.
Fresh produce for you to cook up a storm along with sweet and savory treats. A true Super Market and a Melbourne icon to boot. Take a look here.
Mork Chocolate Brew House
If you thought you have a chocolate sweet tooth or know someone who does, this is your spot. On Errol Street, North Melbourne. Learn more here.
Where you should be buying your morning baguette and whatever is still available when you get there. Check it out on Queensberry Street. Read more about them here.
Where you need to buy your next cake from. Located on Queensberry. Make your first order here.
Almost all of ABC’s recent comedy ‘Fisk’ starring Kitty Flannigan was filmed on Errol Street, North Melbourne. Fisk’s office is in the Lithuanian Club.