Allpress Café and Roastery

Allpress’s first Melbourne café and roastery features pretty high on the “must-visit” list for coffee lovers. Opening its doors in the first half of last year, the inner-city gem is tucked away in the trendy and industrial suburb that is Collingwood.
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Elements

Located at the “Paris end” of Melbourne’s CBD, Elements café and catering sits in one of Melbourne’s pre-eminent office buildings. The 265-metre skyscraper comprises 50
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Famish’d – West End

Famish’d owner Georgia Samuel knows what the corporate world demands, and more than anything that demand, is coffee. “I worked as a corporate lawyer for six years before I left it all to start-up a salad bar,” she says. “But I know for a fact that corporate workers love their coffee fix.”
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Dr Dax Kitchen

Given coffee’s universal reputation as a cognitive kick-starter, the idea of a café as part of the Melbourne Brain Centre seems like a natural fit. Located on the ground floor of the home
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Toby’s Estate Flinders Lane

With stores in Sydney, Singapore and Brooklyn, it was time for leading speciality coffee roasters Toby’s Estate to bring their unique touch to Australia’s coffee capital, with the opening of their Flinders Lane store.
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Curious Goose

Green beans and a pineapple plant sit idle on the table bench. Old posters of stamps hang on the walls and a wooden ladder rests on the bookshelf. Curious? It’s just what café Co-Owner Beau Field wants
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Degani Café Rathdowne St.

As Boudy Yaacoub greets customers by name, makes room for their prams, and personally brings out their dishes, the community feeling of what has made this Degani café so popular is evident.
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Café De Cuba

Café De Cuba is a home away from home. In the community hub of Elwood in Victoria, this café has cemented its name as a coffee haven after 10 years in the suburban beachside area.
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Lorca

Centre Place in Melbourne is a vibrant laneway full of street art, photographers and city folk searching for a restaurant or café to sit and people-watch. Nestled among the chaos of the dedicated
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Clement Coffee Roasters

“I saw two guys with beards so I thought it was worth trying,” says a customer standing in the newly opened Clement Coffee Roasters in south Melbourne. Owner Kris Wood, former barista and
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