Cafés in Victoria have joined those in other states allowed to resume offering dine-in service to customers.
Venues will be allowed to offer up to 20 customers sit-in service at a time, with many asking customers to call ahead and make reservations.
States and territories have implemented different rules following eased COVID-19 restrictions.
In New South Wales, up to 50 people are allowed to dine in at cafés, pubs, and restaurants.
Queensland currently allows 20 patrons at a time, with that number increased to 50 for outback cafés.
The South Australian Governments allows up to 80 customers in large hospitality venues that can accommodate that number.
In Western Australia, up to 20 people are allowed in cafés and restaurants with meal service.
Tasmania is still only allowing for 10 seated customers at a time.
The Northern Territory will move to stage three easing of restrictions from midday 5 June, allowing all businesses with a COVID plan to open.
The Australian Capital Territory is allowing up to 20 people to gather, including at restaurants and cafés.
Most venues are still required to hold four square metres of space per person.
Image: Veneziano Coffee Roasters