Foster & Black

Foster & Black

Andrew Foster and Harrison Black opened the first Foster & Black on the Sunshine Coast in 2015 with one goal: to share specialty coffee in unlikely places. Read More
uncle bart

Uncle Bart

Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and since Uncle Bart Café opened in 2011, owner Chris Arhondonis says it has served as the “Cheers” of Black Rock, Victoria.
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my little kitchen

My Little Kitchen

The Yarra Valley may be best known for its many restaurants and wineries, but My Little Kitchen in Healesville makes sure the region’s locals and visitors can have a great café and coffee experience too.
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sub-zero coffee

Sub-Zero Coffee

When customers at Sub-Zero Coffee peer into the coffee bar’s gelato freezer, rather than a range of ice cream they are greeted by row after row of sealed frozen coffee packs.
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85 espresso

85 Espresso

Moving from Canberra to Melbourne three years ago, Steph Matar and Ibrahim Khodr came across a small café in Spotswood, Victoria, where they saw great potential.
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ona coffee melbourne

Ona Coffee Melbourne

Sustainability is truly at the core of Ona Coffee Melbourne, the new Brunswick flagship of the acclaimed roaster. From the solar panels and water tank that run the venue to its recycled materials and reusable cup policy, every precaution has been taken to reduce the café’s impact on the environment.
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rowena corner store

Rowena Corner Store

Food and culture have always been at the core of Rowena Corner Store. Owner Con Coustas says the ‘recipe’ of the café is a “hefty serving of traditional Mediterranean provincial cooking, add a splash of international goodness, a pinch of modern innovation, and simmer slowly over a warm Richmond flame”.
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Joe Frank Café

Joe Frank Café

Long ago, three siblings, Fabian, Massimo, and Romina Crea, were washing dishes for pocket money in their grandfather’s hotel kitchen and then aunty’s café. It seemed inevitable that one day the three would forge their own careers in the hospitality industry.
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Calēre Coffee

Calēre Coffee

Taking its name from the Latin word for “to care” or “to be warm”, Calēre Coffee in Fitzroy aims to bring a sense of warmness and hospitality back to the coffee scene. “We are very lucky in Melbourne nowadays. Cafés are busy and many do a high volume of coffee, but this also means they don’t always have time to sit down with the customer and have a conversation with them about the coffee,” Owner Alicia Feng says.
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